Khadijah: It's a good thing you didn't piss off the guys at the morgue. They would've dumped a stiff on your stoop.
Regine: Yeah, well, we've seen Max's dates. Sounds like a step up.
Khadijah: Let me clarify the situation. Regine and me living with garbage is like you being barefoot and pregnant and liking it.
Max: For real? (Hugs Regine.) Oh, girl. I'm sorry. I wouldn't wish that even on you.
Max: I'll do all the talking. Khadijah, you sit there and look really tough. Regine, you stuff your wig in your mouth. All right.
Helen: Synclaire, I'm Helen Robinson, the woman you've been impersonating all evening.
Synclaire: Um, my bad. Let me explain. I have several multiple personalities, although they're not all mine.
Kyle: How did someone who comes from the same place as me, who had the same opportunities as me, end up as self-loathing and pathetic as you?
Lester: Could you keep your insults just a teeny-weeny bit shorter?
Kenneth: Alderwoman Shaw, you remind me of my mother. Except she's white and dead.
Helen: It's just good to see someone else making an ass of herself for a change.
Synclaire: It is a gift.
Kyle: Lester, this ain't old times, and I'm a grown man. And you ain't nothing but a tired joke, bro.
Episode Title: School's Out Forever
The title is a lyric from the Alice Cooper song "School's Out."
Kyle: (to Lester) I've got something I've been wanting to say to you ever since you threw me down and played "Jungle Boogie" on my stomach.
A reference to the 1973 hit by R&B/funk group Kool & The Gang.
Synclaire: How many bullets in this gun, Chino? One for you? Or maybe you. Or maybe me. You all kill my Tony!
Synclaire imitates Maria from the 1961 movie musical West Side Story.
Carl: Do Color Purple!
Synclaire: You sho' is ugly!
Synclaire imitates Margaret Avery's character, Shug, from the 1985 film The Color Purple.
Max: (to Regine) How do you know this has anything to do with me, Chicken Little?
A reference to the folk tale character who believed the world was coming to an end.