Lois: Good morning Reese; you going to get a job today?
Reese Wilkerson: You know I had a job Mom and looking back on the whole experience I've come to the conclusion that it's just not for me. I am done with the job thing.
Lois: I am sorry Reese but not working isn't one of your options.
Reese Wilkerson: Okay I think I know what's going on here. Now look I want you to know that I am not criticizing you and Dad. You obviously don't mind wasting your lives doing meaningless repetitive tasks for unappreciative bosses. I respect that.
Lois: Do you mind telling me what you intend to do?
Reese Wilkerson: I'd like to finish my cereal.
Lois: Alright Reese. That's it! I am tired of fighting you on this. Until you get a job, this free ride is over.
Lois: It smells like dead squirrels in the wall again Hal. Oh my God it's you Reese! You smell like an open sewer!
Reese Wilkerson: And whose fault is that?
Lois: Yours. All you have to do to stop this nonsense is get a job.
Reese Wilkerson: Excuse me but I think I made it pretty clear where I stand on that issue.
Lois: Well you can't stay here like this.
Reese Wilkerson: Is that an apology?
Lois: No it is an invitation to live in the backyard.