Marty: We turned to my dad for everything. This family turns to me for nothing. The last time I tried to send Abby to her room, she giggled and poked my belly.
Debbie: (Baby voice, poking Marty in the belly) Because it's so adorable.
Marty: (Laughing) Stop, stop!
Marty: Okay. I think we've covered everything. Can anyone think of anything else?
Amber: Yes. Tell me again why living like homeless people is considered a vacation?
Abby: Daddy, isn't camping scary? I mean, you're outside with spiders, bears, and snakes.
Marty: That's why daddy bought a head lamp.
Abby: I have some concerns.
Debbie: Do aliens need sleeping bags?
Max: Remember when we just used to wonder if aliens existed at all?
Abby: It was a simpler time.
Debbie: Can you give me a minute, Jackie? I just set women's lib back 50 years.
visual: Marty and Max reel in the fish that Debbie and Jackie planted on their lines.
Marty: I think they're already dead.
Debbie: They died from exhaustion, from all the reeling!
Max: Can we at least bring the iPad so if we need something, we can Skype grandpa?
The iPad is a portable computing device manufactured by Apple Inc. that accesses the Internet via wireless or cellular technology.
Skype is a software telephone service that works over the Internet allowing users to place telephone calls with computing devices.