March 11, 2013

Gob: Speech, speech, speech!

All: Speech, speech, speech, speech, speech, speech, speech, speech, speech, speech, speech…

Narrator: The family continued to chant “speech, speech, speech” for no one in particular.

All: …speech, speech, speech!

Michael: Gee, after all that, I was kind of hoping somebody would make a speech.

Buster: Speech, speech, speech!

Michael: All right, I’ll say something.

Gob: Typical.

February 19, 2013
Narrator: And Buster went to his job as a dishwasher.
Buster: This is great! We’re like slave buddies! [giggles]

Narrator: And Buster went to his job as a dishwasher.

Buster: This is great! We’re like slave buddies! [giggles]

January 17, 2013
Michael: Okay, we’ve all made some sacrifices to be here, but we all want the same thing.
Oscar: I want to live here.
George Michael: I want to buy Ann some diamond dust.
Buster: I’m just hoping to get mildly injured so I can get out of the Army.
Michael: Bottom line is, we’ve got two weeks to build a house. Doesn’t have to be good; just has to look good.
Tom Jane: I just want my kids back.

Michael: Okay, we’ve all made some sacrifices to be here, but we all want the same thing.

Oscar: I want to live here.

George Michael: I want to buy Ann some diamond dust.

Buster: I’m just hoping to get mildly injured so I can get out of the Army.

Michael: Bottom line is, we’ve got two weeks to build a house. Doesn’t have to be good; just has to look good.

Tom Jane: I just want my kids back.

January 12, 2013
Buster (in “Mexican” accent): I’m trying to find a place to live.

Buster (in “Mexican” accent): I’m trying to find a place to live.

January 4, 2013
Buster: I shall be neither seen nor heard.
Lucille: You can always tell a Milford man.

Buster: I shall be neither seen nor heard.

Lucille: You can always tell a Milford man.

January 4, 2013
Buster (as Franklin): I don’t want no part of your tight-ass country-club, ya freak bitch!

Buster (as Franklin): I don’t want no part of your tight-ass country-club, ya freak bitch!

January 3, 2013
Buster: Wow. We’re just blowing through nap time, aren’t we?

Buster: Wow. We’re just blowing through nap time, aren’t we?

January 3, 2013
Buster: At Risk Male Youth. That spells “Army.”
Narrator: And that’s when Buster discovered a recruiting pool the government had been fishing for years.

Buster: At Risk Male Youth. That spells “Army.”

Narrator: And that’s when Buster discovered a recruiting pool the government had been fishing for years.