Catherine Duke: If you ever broadcast my age over the air again, I will beat you to death with your own microphone.
Bill McNeal: You may be 36, but you still have all the spark and sass of a 35-year old.
Catherine Duke: How would you feel if I told everyone how old you were?
Bill McNeal: I can't say it would bother man.
Catherine Duke: Then how old are you?
Bill McNeal: I don't see how that is relevant to this conversation.
Catherine Duke: All right. When is your birthday?
Bill McNeal: That's getting a little personal, isn't it?
Bill McNeal: What was that?
Lisa Miller: What was what?
Bill McNeal: Beth gave you something, you hid it. What was it?
Lisa Miller: Girl thing.
Bill McNeal: Okay.
Joe Garrelli: Look, we don't really care what you two do.
Catherine Duke: We have our own lives.
Bill McNeal: Today was just a chance for us to...
Matthew Brock: Shake out the sillies.
Bill McNeal: Please don't finish my sentences.
Bill McNeal: It's just a word. Words can't hurt you.
Catherine Duke: Oh, yeah? What if I were to call you a name?
Bill McNeal: Go ahead.
Catherine Duke: All right... Evelyn.
[Bill's real first name]
Bill McNeal: First of all, it's pronounced "Eevelyn."