Step by Step (1991–1998)
Jean-Luc: What do you think?
Carol Foster Lambert: I think you look like Barbara Eden from "I Dream Of Jeannie".
Jean-Luc: Well, I think you look like Crissy from "Three's Company"!
[Most of the family is sick]
Frank Lambert: Cody, where's J.T?
Cody Lambert: He's in the bathroom tossing his cookies. He's doing the technicolor yawn! He's driving the porcelain bus! He's calling RALPH on the big white phone. I tell you, this family's having a major hurl-fest!
Frank Lambert: [sit on the armchair, making crosswords] A city from Texas, 6 letters ?
Carol Foster Lambert: Well, Frank, D-A-L-L-A-S !
Cody Lambert: Woah! A Canadian penny! Now I can buy bubble gum! That is, if I go to Canadia.
J.T: Dad, if you're watching "Baywatch" with your wife, you know nothing about marriage.
Carol Foster Lambert: Frank, don't you want another child?
Frank Lambert: Carol, I don't want more, I want less. I'd trade two of them in for golf clubs.
Al Lambert: Who's she?
Mark Foster: Only the hottest chick in the eighth grade.
Al Lambert: Then why on earth would she want to go out with a geek like you?
Cody Lambert: Guess between the known and the unknown lies the Codeman.
Cody Lambert: Whoa, it's like my brain has a mind of its own!
J.T: This stinks. In twenty years, I'm not gonna need algebra!
Frank Lambert: You will if you're still in high school.
J.T: Think about it, if you were dead then we couldn't see you.
Cody Lambert: [Cody enters the room wearing his pajamas and a night cap] Impending doom!
Rich Halke: You came barging through that door like the chick from Fatal Attraction.
Cody Lambert: Hey, the Codeman's back. Meat loaf, all right. You were having meat loaf when I left.
Frank Lambert: [about Carol bringing Jean-luc home] You brought me a french man?
Steve Urkel: Hi Al. I heard about you and Roger. You know, you shouldn't let it bother you.
Al Lambert: Here we go again. I am sick of getting advice about being dumped from people who have never been dumped.
Steve Urkel: [long pause] Are you kidding? Why, being dumped is my career! If there was a 'Being Dumped' Hall of Fame, I'd be elected on the first ballot.
Karen Foster: Mom I know you think of Al as a family member but I don't.