Edith: What about my dreams?
Dewey Cox: Edith, I told you, I can't build you a candy house! It will fall apart, the sun will melt the candy, it won't work.
Edith: It's illegal to be married to two people at the same time, Dewey.
Dewey Cox: What about if, if you're famous?
Dewey Cox: Edith, I am starting to think... that maybe you don't believe in me.
Edith: I do believe in you. I just know you're gonna fail.
Pa Cox: I'm sorry, Dewey. I just never realised until just this moment how easy it is to cut someone in half with a machete.
Dewey Cox: It is, right?
Press Conference Reporter: What do your parents think about your protest songs?
Dewey Cox: What do your parents think about my protest songs? Mr. "Time Magazine."
Franklin: Hey, Kev. Listen buddy, it's easy to misunderstand something when you hear it out of context.
Kevin: Why would I not understand the context? I am the context.
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