Quotes from Chad's Sleepover
Lois: I know I always say that gossip rots your soul, but it doesn't count when it's this good.
Hal: Oh, geez, Dewey, I don't think that's a good idea. That kid is really...
Dewey: He's fine. He's just a little strange. Nothing to be scared of.
Hal: No means no, Dewey.
Dewey: No doesn't always mean no.
Hal: This isn't "PG movie no," this is "speargun no."
Reese: What's wrong with us?
Malcolm: Well, some parts are easy. I mean, you're a ruthlessly brutal thug.
Reese: I have my moods.
Malcolm: And look how it was my first impulse to criticize you. It just shows what a pompous ass I am.
Reese: I do seem to cause a lot of needless suffering. I usually assume that people are my enemy.
Malcolm: I have this need to show off. It's not enough that I know more than everyone, I have to make sure they know I know more than everyone. Why do I do that?
Reese: Don't ask me. I know less than everyone. When I walk into a room, it seems like everyone's talking about things that I could never understand. And when they laugh, I'm always sure that they're laughing at me.
Malcolm: Maybe we're both afraid. We're afraid people won't like us.
Dewey: This, in no way, justifies what you said before.