Lacey Burrows: [about the Dog River Youngish Women's Association] If I join I can nominate someone as a Distinguished Woman.
Brent LeRoy: What's their definition of distinguished?
Hank Yarbo: A woman who was on fire and they put her out.
Lacey Burrows: It's a woman who's distinguished herself.
Hank Yarbo: Oh. That's even harder.
[Karen beats Hank at table hockey]
Hank Yarbo: Man, that was unbelievable! I mean, you wouldn't be able to beat Brent, but...
Davis Quinton: Oh, I don't know. She's pretty good.
Hank Yarbo: Yeah, but Brent's the best, you know. I mean, when it comes to table hockey, he's king of the knobs.
Karen Pelly: That's pretty high praise considering the source.
Lacey Burrows: What have you done for the community lately?
Emma Leroy: Pardon?
Lacey Burrows: You know, what have you done for the community? I was just wondering.
Emma Leroy: What about "How's the weather?" or "How's your health?"
Lacey Burrows: Sorry. How are you feeling?
Emma Leroy: Good. Can't complain.
Lacey Burrows: Okay. What have you done for the community?
Brent LeRoy: [before Game 1 of the table hockey series] So you've trained pretty hard. I heard you've been jogging.
Karen Pelly: I heard you've been drinking.
Brent LeRoy: Well, I don't want to brag...
[before the final game]
Wanda Dollard: [Brent's table hockey coach] If this game is tied, then the series will be tied.
Davis Quinton: [Karen's table hockey coach] We'll have scored more goals. I'll be claiming victory.
Wanda Dollard: You'll be claiming dental surgery.