Michelle: "Man, this awful house looks like a Pier One exploded. No wine, thanks."
Bill: "I didn't offer you any. I am wicked rich. Feel free to look through that telescope at a nude beach that only exists for this one joke."
Michelle: "Ack! Naked people out of context are a horrible joke!"
Bill: "My name is actually Grant."
Michelle: "Cool, I'm Michelle. Check out how much I can babble."
Bill: "Do you have homeowner problems? Tell me them."
Michelle: "I shall tell you all of them. The squirrels are exploding. I crap in a hole in the ground. I have many ponds."
Bill: "That doesn't sound so bad to me."
Michelle: "That is because you're not a wild thing."
Bill: "You would prefer to own less things?"
Michelle: "I would prefer to own nothing. And for Fanny to enjoy her tea."
Bill: "I have a date, so you'll have to leave. Allow me to have my manservant take you back to your car and then fix it. His name is Rusty. He is not yet played by Sean Gunn, but the fear is there, always."
Sasha dances, alone. Every other scene on this show is about that. I guess that's a metaphor. There are a million things you can do to feel less lonely, and some of them you can only do alone. Dancing is funny that way.
Michelle: "Boy, you really want a good spot for class tomorrow."
Sasha: "Ugh, later."
Michelle: "Hey, don't let me chase you out of a place you're really not supposed to be."
Sasha: "Madame Fanny says we can come here any time we want."
Michelle: "Okay, but it's still pretty late. Where are your parents?"
Sasha: "Oblivious and self-centered. It's why I have this horrible personality."
Michelle: "Okay, I'm not going to push. Since you're already pretty clearly crushed out on me anyway, I'm just going to back away now. Have you ever seen The Little Prince?"
Sasha: "It sounds stupid."