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Margaret Anderson (Character)
from "Father Knows Best" (1954)

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"Father Knows Best: Love and Learn (#6.27)" (1960)
Margaret Anderson: [after Jim's plan appears to be working] You think you're pretty smart, don't you?
Jim Anderson: Well, you know what they say - "Father...
Betty 'Princess' Anderson: - crows best".

"Father Knows Best: The Christmas Story (#1.12)" (1954)
Margaret Anderson: Do you happen to have a truck that can pull our car out or know someone who has one?
Nick: No ma'am, I don't. Won't do no good anyway. Driftin' might stout out there tonight.
Margaret Anderson: We've got to get home or we won't have any Christmas!
Nick: No? Well now, did you ever think of this? It's Christmas up here, too.

Going Berserk (1983)
Margaret Anderson: Beaver, what's wrong? You're covered with blood!
Beaver: Yeah, I know. It's Wally's blood. See, Wally and I were fixing his bike in the driveway and Dad came home and got real mad. So he took a gun out and killed Wally. Blew his head clean off his shoulders. His face is all over the garage door. It's a real mess.

"Father Knows Best: Kathy Grows Up (#5.23)" (1959)
[last lines]
Margaret Anderson: Well, what on Earth happened tonight? I'm dying to know.
Jim Anderson: Well, I guess what happened was - our little girl grew up tonight. And you know how? By going back to her own age.

"Father Knows Best: No Partiality (#1.25)" (1955)
Margaret Anderson: When a man comes in the door - sisterly love flies out the window.

"Father Knows Best: The Art of Romance (#3.34)" (1957)
James 'Jim' Anderson: [arguing] ... this applies to all women. You insist on taking all the credit. When a man, of his own volition and free choice, selects a girl he likes - the girl immediately claims she hooked him. Chances are she had nothing to do with it.
Betty 'Princess' Anderson: Oh, Father! You are naive.
Margaret Anderson: You know the old saying, dear. 'A girl let's a boy chase her, till she catches him.'
James 'Jim' Anderson: [exasperated] Oh, Margaret.
Margaret Anderson: Well, that's how I caught you.