Roger Evans: The crisis? Charlie Bludorn's birthday. The solution? A snappy banner. Out comes the phone, in flies Bobby Towne, and six drafts later, I had myself a party.
Homer: You see? Gibberish, all gibberish.
Homer: (to Lenny and Carl) Okay, last question. Who is your favorite Backstreet Boy?
Lenny: Oh! The little rat-faced one.
Carl: No, no, Nick! He's so good to his mother.
Homer: According to this, you're both idiots.
Lenny: Hey, thanks. What do we owe you?
Lisa: Mom, Bart's sitting next to me!
Bart: Mom, Lisa's growing!
[As Homer is watching "Charlie Rose" late at night]
Charlie Rose: We're back with legendary producer Robert Evans. Now, before you did "The Godfather," there was "Love Story." Tell us about that.
Robert Evans: Ah, "Love Story." The little picture that could. Was Paramount chomping at the bit to make it? Heh, heh, you'd better believe they weren't. But once that tear-jerker hit John Q. Popcorn, it was boffo-boo-boo box office all the way. (chuckles)
Charlie Rose: And the critics loved it, too. I remember Vincent Canby said, "I'm going to kill you, Homer. You are so dead."