Quotes from Lois's Makeover
Compiled by Petch
Malcolm: "It finally happened. The fifth level of this week's leftover parfait is last week's leftover parfait."
Craig: (reading his assessment) "You're right, Lois. This is ridiculous. 'Apathetic, lazy, overweight.' What planet are these people from? I'm taking a fiver."
Malcolm: "We're 0 and 342. We're starting to get a little discouraged."
Hal: (after scoring a basketball hoop) "HAL-lellujah!"
Pete: "Let's not jump to any conclusions. Think about it logically. If the rat was so filled up on Artie's jerky, would he be chewing on Francis' pillow right now?"
Reese: "You think he'll cry?"
Dewey: "Oh, yeah. He'll cry."
Eric: "That was amazing, Francis. You have the gift."
Francis: "I don't want to bore you with the technical details, so let's just say that Cabin Fifteen is once again rodent-free."
Old Man: "You ain't nothin' until you dance in the moonlight with Rose-Marie."
Pete: "She's just a creepy old myth, like Stonehenge or boxing kangaroos."
Old Man: "So, what do you say, rat-boy? You think you're man enough?"
Francis: "Old man, you'd better start building a very small coffin."
Craig: "Here you go. I had to move a couple dozen bags of charcoal briquets, but I found the slightly-darker blue one that you wanted. I got a few spider bites, but none of that matters as long as you, the customer, go home satisfied." (when no response comes) "You're welcome."
Dewey: "Get your sneakers, faker."
Pete: "If you die, can I have your pillow."
Francis: "I already promised it to Artie."
Lois: "I'm going to go home now. I'm going to wash my face. And when I come to work tomorrow, I'm going to do the same extraordinarily good job I've been doing all these years. I'm going to do it in my 99-cent mascara, and if the mood strikes me, a hair-clip, and that's it. And if that's not good enough for you, so be it."
Mr. Fisher: "Well, Steve, are you going to tell my sister, or should I?"
Dewey: "The future is now, old man."
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