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Summer Lovin'

‘Summer Lovin'’

Season 7, Episode 1 - Aired September 23, 2015

Haley and Andy spend the summer moving on from each other after her failed to attempt to stop him from proposing to Beth. Jay and Gloria are in for a surprise when they try to get Joe into pre-school. Meanwhile, Cameron tries to nudge Mitchell back into work.

Quote from Gloria

Gloria: Ay, Joe, what did you do?!
Miss Ford: Oh, it's not his fault. These cubbies were donated by a former parent who fancied himself a carpenter. I can't say who, but it is ironic that he couldn't use a hammer, and now we "can't touch this."
Gloria: You keep saying you can't say, and then you say.
Miss Ford: It's just nice to talk to adults.

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Quote from Gloria

Miss Ford: Oh, uh, we enroll at least a year out. And even then, there's a significant waiting list.
Jay: You're kidding.
Miss Ford: I'm sorry, Mr. Pritchett. Uh, you could try The Learnin' Barn.
Gloria: Ah, yes. That sounds very nice.
Jay: The Learnin' Barn sounds nice?
Gloria: Yes, in my village, only the richest kids were allowed to learn inside the barn.

Quote from Cameron

Cameron: Mitchell, are you aware our daughter's eating a ketchup sandwich?
Mitchell: Good, she found something.
Cameron: So, you didn't go grocery shopping today.
Mitchell: I am gonna go, but after yoga. Hey- Hey, you should come with me, 'cause you seem really tense.
Cameron: Oh, well, maybe they have a five-minute class I could sneak in between football camp and driver's ed?

Quote from Cameron

Cameron: Hey, Charlie? It's- It's, uh, Cameron. My husband Mitchell used to work for you.
Charlie Bingham: Oh! I remember you. Yeah, what a nice surprise.
Cameron: I know! Crazy!
[aside to camera:]
Cameron: Crazy like that fox I told Mitchell was chicken. [chuckles] Was it clear? I-I stalked Charlie.

Quote from Phil

Andy: Sorry to interrupt. I just want to get these to you. Here is the closing on Baywood.
Phil: Awesome.
Andy: And this is the Johnsons' offer, all set for signatures.
Phil: You've done a real Mitzvah, buddy.
Andy: I hope that's good.

Quote from Jay

Gloria: Thank you so much for making time for us today.
Erica: Oh, I'm sorry it took so long, but the faculty kind of scatters for the summer. I drove my van to Maine and planted beans.
Jay: Let me guess and killed a giant.

Quote from Jay

Jay: Joe, come back here.
Erica: Oh, it's okay. The chickens won't hurt him. They're used to the kids.
Jay: Chickens are part of this? We like to utilize the setting here in the hills, make nature a part of the experience. We sometimes see mice or raccoons or little squirrels.
Jay: You know they got traps for those kind of things.

Quote from Jay

Jay: We're out of here. She's a loon, letting kids call her "Erica" like they're poker buddies.
Gloria: We're too late for anywhere else.
Jay: If Bruce Willis can jungle-gym his way into that fancy school, then I can I don't know- I can cubbie my way in. They hate their cubbies? I'll make them new ones. Cubbies are nothing but little closets.

Quote from Gloria

Gloria: Ay, but look at Joe. He loves it. He's chasing after the chickens. He even caught one. Huh. Oh, no! No! No, Joe! Let go! [to Erica] We will be very happy to pay for that chicken.

Quote from Cameron

Charlie Bingham: How do you decide what to paint?
Mitchell: You know, I just see these images in my head, uh, things I want to see, places I want to go, uh, how much paint I have left. Um, sometimes I just tap into my emotions, and I see where that takes me. And you cannot imagine the sense of contentment.
Cameron: Imagine how much more satisfying it would be after a good day's work.
Charlie Bingham: You know, I came here to talk you into coming back to the company, but you're the most at-peace son of a bitch I've ever met, and I hired the Dalai Lama for a pool party.

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