"I'm tired of seeing all this garbage in my examination room."
"I have ears, Doc! And they're full of fire ants, which is why I'm here!"
"Sorry Homer. I wasn't referring to you. I just need to find some storage for all this clutter."
"I know - you could build a shed! Build a shed will be a watershed moment in your life. But build a land shed, not a water shed."
"Funny you mention it, I did have shed once. Or the start of once anyway."
"You did? Where is it? Will you let me borrow it? Come on, stop hogging it for yourself!"
"I'm sorry to say it never got finished, Homer."
"You're shedding me."
"My useless brother-in-law started working on it and then ran off with the money. And the shed. I never should have put wheels on that shed."
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A reference to a NEVER BEFORE SEEN character AND an unfinished shed?! Quick, go look in the build menu!
"Did anyone else get a cold chill down their spine? A-heh-heh-heh."
"Bold move to show your face again after running off with my money, Chester."
"Sorry Doc, but you know how it is. I owed people money."
"Yes, I know exactly how it is... because you owe ME money."
"Don't worry, I'll pay you back. I know this guy who's a real sucker."
"Oh yeah, who's that?"
"I'm not going to loan you money just so you can pay me back the last money I loaned you."
"If it's any consolation, I wasn't actually going to pay you back."
"Is that what they taught you in prep school?"
"No, they taught us to trust fund management and housekeeper Spanish."
"In case you haven't noticed, the last three of my dialogue icons were "Annoyed". "I didn't even know I had an annoyed icon until you showed up!"
"That's great! So about that loan..."
"No!!!" *chuckles* "NO!!!!!"
"That was quite the tantrum. A couple more seconds and I'd have to put you under sedation."
"Damn, missed out again. I'm almost as unlucky as the lady in the wheelchair I flipped."
"What the hell is the matter with you, boy?"
"Well, for one I'm having trouble sleeping. I think it might be your couch. You should consider upgrading."
"I think you might have a cause of what we doctors call affluenza."
"How come I get the couch anyway when you get a bed? I'm the guest!"
"You're about not to be!"
"I've had enough idle pestering Chester. If you want money, you're going to have to earn it." "You can be responsible for opening the blood collection clinic today."
"But I'm afraid of blood."
"I thought the only bodily fluid that scared you was sweat." "Fortunately, the patient's heart will do all of the work." "All you have to do is make sure the patient doesn't die and give them a cookie."
"Got it. For very patient I keep alive, I get a cookie!"
"So you didn't sell the Bloodmobile for parts? I'm impressed, Chester."
"Please, I'm not a monster! Also I couldn't find a fence."
"Why don't you hand over the keys and go pick up some more gauze?"
"Sure, I just need some cash."
"Hmm, that's Catch 22. If I leave you here, you might endanger a patient, but if I give you cash I might never see you again."
"Personally, I wouldn't trust me with a patient. Or with cash. Or with any sort of moral conundrum."
"Enough with the yapping! I demand my cookie and and juice in exchange for a pint of blood!"
"Where is Chester with that gauze? I'm almost out of coffee filters and tube socks."
"Who needs to walk, when you can roll?"
"Chester, get out of that wheelchair!"
"Hey! I bought this with my own money... that you gave me to buy gauze."
"I'll put you in a wheelchair permanently!"
"If there's one thing I know about it's relaxing. And you lady needs to relax."
"You should take Bernice out for the evening."
"And leave you alone? I think not!"
"You know, Julius, a relaxing evening would be nice." "It might open me up to new things... the types of things you're always asking if I'll do on your birthday."
"Here are the keys, Chester! We'll see you in the morning... the LATE morning."
"Now that the cat's away, the much cooler cat will play."
"What are all these people doing in my place... besides not using coasters?"
"We're just throwing a little party in honor of the shed."
"The shed's finished?"
"No, no no. We're celebrating the beginning of the planning stages of the pre-shed proposal. We're ahead of schedule!"
"Ahead of schedule? You started that shed eight years ago today!"
"It's an anniversary? Time for another party!"
"Did someone say er-uh-party?"
"No, I just said party."
"I could use a young man with your loose moral code around the mayor's office. Why don't you come down for an interview?"
"I suppose a career in politics would make great use of your many... how to put this delicately... terrible flaws."
"But I'd need a suit, and a haircut, and probably a massage..."
"*sigh* "I'll spot you a few dollars. But that suit better be from a warehouse and that massage from an airport."
"Good luck on your interview, Chester."
"People like me don't need luck -- just money, family connections, and a prep school education."
"I'm sorry Doc. I messed up again. Apparently working for the Mayor isn't all parties and women." "It's 98% parties and women and I simply can't commit to working 2% of the time." "But I know how to make it up to you!"
"Go away again and never come back?"
"Nope. Finish the shed!"
"Really, Chester? After years wearing down my expectations, you're finally stepping up. Nothing could make this moment better!" "Actually, I take that back. There is one thing..."