[Trudy encourages Terry to write a letter of complaint]
Terry: They just made a mistake. I mean, how would I feel if every time I made a mistake someone wrote a letter?
Mr. John: Well, one can only imagine the strain on the world's paper supply.
Jane Sokol: Oh, by the way, Tipper Gore asked if she could come in and use the bathroom. I didn't think you'd mind, so I said...
Chelsea Stevens: Jane, I was quite specific. No one is allowed in the house.
Jane Sokol: But Chelsea, you invited these people to your home. I mean...
Chelsea Stevens: I invited them to my garden which, oddly enough, I keep outside. Tell Tipper I'm sorry but them's the rules.
Jane Sokol: Chelsea, she is the wife of the Vice President!
Chelsea Stevens: Well then I'm sure someone will give her cuts in line for the Port-O-Potty.
Mr. John: Terry's out of the office but he wanted me to give you a message, he said it was very important.
Chelsea Stevens: What is it?
Mr. John: Unfortunately, that's all the information he gave me.
[Terry bites into a metal wing-nut in his candy bar]
Trudy Weissman: This is your lucky day because now you get to write a letter of complaint to the candy company.
Mr. John: Trudy's right. I once found a dead beetle in a bottle of champagne. I wrote the company a letter of complaint and imagine my delight when they sent me three cases of bubbly!
Trudy Weissman: You see?
Mr. John: Of course, I couldn't open a single bottle without retching uncontrollably.