Stella: [to the camera] Wesley is their second child. If he had been the first, there never would have been a second! Oh... You're probably wondering who I am. Well, don't be so nosy!
Father Winfield: [about Wesley's pet turkey] For the last time, that turkey does not belong in the house!
Wesley Winfield: Well, if he's good enough to be on the table, he's good enough to walk around it.
Stella: Hello, Mr. Winfield.
Father Winfield: Good afternoon.
Stella: [to the camera] That's Mr. Winfield. Vice President of our first National Bank, Chairman of the Civic Betterment League, and twice winner of the Elks picnic potato sack race.
Stella: [about Bill returning home] Well, we'll be having a man around the house again!
[Mr. Sherman gives Stella a dirty look]
Stella: A young man.
Father Winfield: [about his tomboy daughter getting married] Well, I feel like I'm losing a son.
Mother Winfield: George, the children have been spoiling me. Marjorie has been fussing with my hair all afternoon, keeping me out of the kitchen, and Wesley insisted on doing the marketing and polishing the silver. I've been treated as though I were a queen.
Father Winfield: You are a queen! And that's straight from the king.
Stella: Henry the Eighth!
Bill Sherman: Marjorie, do you realize what this means? Instead of waiting, why we can be married right away.
Marjorie Winfield: Bill, it's so difficult for me to ask you to understand, but... Why I can't possibly think of marrying you right now. And I can't tell you why.
Bill Sherman: What do you mean you can't tell me? Why, I'm almost your husband! At least, I thought I was.
Marjorie Winfield: You will be. Someday. But for now Bill, couldn't you please be sweet and understanding?
Bill Sherman: But I don't want to be sweet and understanding! I want to be a husband!
Marjorie Winfield: Bill...
Bill Sherman: It never entered my mind, Marjorie, that you ever had any doubt about your feelings towards me. But now everything's quite obvious. You're not even sure I'm the man you want to marry!
Marjorie Winfield: [sings] 'Round the barnyard goes the mighty cavalcade / Gorgeously arrayed. See them on parade!
Marjorie Winfield, Bill Sherman: [sings] By the light of the silvery moon, I want to spoon! / To my honey, I'll croon love's tune / Honey moon, keep a shining in June! / Your silvery beams will bring love's dreams / We'll be cuddling soon, by the silvery moon!
Marjorie Winfield: Stella, we know that Father is still in love with Mother. This is just the thing to rekindle the flame.
Chorus: [sings] Your silvery beams will bring love's dreams / We'll be cuddling soon, by the silvery moon!