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Larry has hidden cameras in all the neighborhood houses.
Marty: Why don't we talk about it? Don't go...
Larry: No. No. No talk. No, I've done the research. Human males are simple. They mask their emotions through drink, farts, and physical violence. The drink didn't take. We're all out of farts. I moved your fence to provoke you. Fight me, Marty. Give me respite to my feelings. Don't make me spit in your orange juice.
Marty: You spit in my orange juice? How would I even know you did that?
Larry: You didn't.
Reggie: (to all the Zabvronians) My friend Debbie Weaver gave me a little relationship advice this morning. And she said if you like someone, you commit to them. So, Giselle, I was wondering... Will you marry me?
Giselle: Yes! Yes, I'll marry you!
Debbie: Jackie, I am so sorry. I gave what I thought was rational advice to your son, and he took a crazy left turn with it.
Jackie: You think? You think, Debbie?
Amber: You don't have to fight to be a man. Just... be a man, man.
visual: Amber goes into her house.
Larry: A man-man?
Amber: So since we're talking, there is one other thing. I'm kind of freaking out about this because it's... ridiculous, and I don't know if it's a real thing or just... I think I might be starting to have some... feelings... for the weird alien kid that lives next door. I think maybe I like Reggie Jackson. Like, like like.
Debbie: (starts laughing) Oh! God, you got me, Amber! I'm an easy target, right?
Amber: You are, yeah.
Debbie: Oh, man! (Pats countertop) I need more ice cream. (Laughs) Oh, God, that's all I need, for my teenager to fall in love with the alien next door.
Debbie: (to Marty, talking about Amber) She doesn't talk to me about boy stuff. Hasn't since the Muppets took Manhattan.
The Muppets Take Manhattan is a 1984 family comedy featuring Kermit the frog and his friends trying to get their musical on to Broadway.