Max: Kevon, did the Big Brother program assign Kyle to you as punishment?
Kevon: (to Kyle) You're right. She is a mean old lady. Where's the nice one with the fake hair?
Khadijah: So what are you going to do?
Regine: I'm gonna ignore him. Come on. I don't wanna look like a man. Or...Max.
Max: Hey, more than a handful is wasted.
Khadijah: Says you.
Regine: What if this was you? In fact, this should be you. Why is it that you...
Khadijah: Ehh! Now, I was built to hold this shelf.
Dr. Sheridan: Hi. I'm Dr. Sheridan.
Regine: You're a woman.
Dr. Sheridan: Well, according to this chart...you are too.
Dr. Sheridan: We really should get your breasts down to a workable size.
Regine: Well, I've been working with these for years. Come on, they're one of my greatest assets. They're part of what make me a woman. And, if I might say, a diva.
Regine: What if they mess up? Or what if they take too much? What if they give me a third one?
Synclaire: Well, they say the third one's the charm.
Overton: You know, sweet thing, you can find the silver lining in any cloud. But sometimes, you need to just let it rain.
Regine: Did you hear that? Did you hear that? People are paying good money to get what I might have to lose.
Khadijah: She will be back in three years when them things get recalled.
Regine: (while highly medicated) Kha-di-jah! You know, I've known you longer than I've had these? We've been through a lot together. Me and mine. You and yours. (Giggles.) We bought our first bras together, and then we went to the pan-ty section. And the saleslady had to tell you what a g-string was.
Regine: "Breast-shaped structures"? What am I, a muffin pan? I want cleave!
Dr. Sheridan: Trust me. As someone who's performed this procedure many, many times, you still have an impressive set of hooters.
Regine: I had it all.
Kyle: And you still do. Just one cup size less.
Regine: Who told you?
Kyle: I'm Kyle, baby.
Khadijah: (to Regine) Now isn't this better than sitting at home knitting and singing "The Way We Were"?
Khadijah refers to the Barbra Streisand song, which Regine later sings to herself.
Regine: Khadijah--what was girlfriend thinking? In all that purple, she looked like Barney's girlfriend.
Regine compares Khadijah to the purple-dinosaur star of the PBS series Barney and Friends.
Overton: TV's so small, last time I went over to watch Eight Is Enough, could only see three people.
Overton's joke includes a reference to the family drama starring Dick Van Patten as the patriarch of a large family.
Synclaire: (singing) Acc-centuate the positive! E-liminate the negative!
Synclaire tries to cheer Regine by singing "Accentuate the Positive," a popular song written in 1944 and recorded by artists such as Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters and Dinah Washington.