"As someone who just finished spending the majority of his life in prison, what happened to LEGOs? They used to be simple." -- Professor Kane
"Paintball ... Second paintball." -- Abed
"My own words rang inside my head. Like a bell inside a head." -- Chang
"She was all dame. Legs that went all the way to the bottom of her torso. The kind of arms that had elbows." -- Chang
"Why don't they just makes tires out of pavement so they could drive on anything?" -- Chang
"If loving worms is stupid, then I don't want to be smart." -- Britta
"It is, and you can't be." -- Annie
Parks and Recreation. Grade: B There was absolutely nothing wrong with this episode, but it wasn't their funniest effort. The NPR spoof fell a little flat, and Rob Lowe's hair continues to befuddle, but anything can be forgiven with a little Bert Macklin.
"Could one say that a book is nothing more than a painting of words which are the notes on a tapestry of the greatest film ever sculpted?" -- Radio Guy
""Usually I only read nautical novels and my own personal manifestos, but I'm proud to make this exception." -- Ron
"Ann was getting a little chummy. When people get chummy with me I like to call them by the wrong name to let them know that I don't care about them." -- Ron
"Nipple hill ... it gets very slippery there, especially when it's wet." -- Leslie
The Office Grade: B-. I thought last night's episode was flat compared to the first two of the season, but it did demonstrate why Andy is such a great choice to run Dunder Mifflin. He got over his fear of confrontation and gave a nice, boss-like speech to Daryl. The B-plot involving loading up the paper almost didn't work, but for Jim's priceless delivery of "porque es muy rapido." I feel bad for the actors who played those nameless lottery-winning warehouse characters who have had steady, non-speaking work for years. I guess they're going to have to get real jobs now.
"Grunting is scientifically proven to add more power. Ask any female tennis player. Or her husband." -- Dwight