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‘Bad Parents’ Quotes

Schitt's Creek: Bad Parents

104. Bad Parents

Aired January 27, 2015

Johnny and Moira fear they no longer have a close connection with their kids. Meanwhile, Alexis starts her community service and uncovers Mutt's secret, and Stevie helps David to cull his wardrobe.

Quote from Alexis

Alexis: Okay, my turn, my turn, my turn. Um, okay. My eyes are brown, I am basically sample-sized, and one time I escaped from a Thai drug lord's car trunk by bribing him with sex.
Johnny: Right idea, honey, but you know what? It's gotta be more challenging for everybody-
Moira: Her eyes are aqua.
Johnny: You did what?
Alexis: I'm kidding! I clearly would never bribe anybody with sex.
Johnny: When were you in Thailand?!
Alexis: I told you that I was on spring break. Everyone can just calm down because Aroon was a lovely gentleman until he ran out of money.

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Quote from Twyla

Twyla: Hey. Have we decided?
Moira: Just coffee, please.
Johnny: Uh, Twyla, do you get along with your parents?
Twyla: I did. It's a little different now. My mom has this thing where half the time she thinks I'm her cousin Angela. And it's getting harder and harder to coordinate visitation times with my dad in prison.
Johnny: I'm sorry I asked.
Twyla: Oh, that's okay! I'll get you your coffees.

Quote from Ronnie

Ronnie: Here's your garbage stick. You use it to pick up garbage. And here-
Alexis: Oh no, I'm fine. Thank you, that's very sweet.
Ronnie: This isn't "Say Yes to the Dress", princess. Orange is the new orange.

Quote from David

David: Why don't I start? Um, I'm miserable, drunk, and hate this game. So here's a hint. Sadly, I'm not drunk.

Quote from David

Stevie: It's just your clothes, they're all kind of funky.
David: Funky?
Stevie: Yeah. Funky.
David: Yeah, no, no, no. I'm just trying to figure out- What about this- What about this is funky? I'm just having a hard time understanding.
Stevie: It's just, you know, like funky. Different.
David: Yeah, funky is a neon t-shirt you buy at an airport gift shop, next to a bejeweled iPhone case. This- This is luxury.

Quote from Moira

Johnny: You know, I think the reason our kids are so casual with us is because they think of us as their friends.
Moira: Hmm, no.
Johnny: No, it's obvious. It's obvious, Moira, right? Because we're hip parents.
Moira: Oh, John.
Johnny: And that comes at a price.
Moira: John, we're not hip. I'm hipper than you, but in our children's eyes we are the polar antonym of hip.

Quote from Moira

Johnny: Alexis, do as your mother says, please.
Alexis: Do you know my middle?
Johnny: If I said, "Anna"-
Alexis: I can't believe this.
Moira: Alexis something rose. We have so many disasters bombarding us right now, my dear, the middle name of an ungrateful child is hardly a priority.

Quote from Alexis

Ronnie: So what'd you do?
Alexis: Um, I drove into the Prada Store on Rodeo Drive. In fairness, it did look a lot like, um, the entrance to a parking garage.
Ronnie: Uh-huh.
Alexis: And I was high at the time.

Quote from Twyla

Alexis: You know, I remember when Alexis was just a chubby-faced little girl racing around the house in that banned babywalker, and now she's spending time in a drug lord's trunk?!
Twyla: Oh, that is my favourite Liam Neeson movie.

Quote from Roland

Roland: Yeah, he turned into a real nutbar. Doesn't drive in cars, he won't use anything plastic. Good luck with birth control, right?

Quote from Moira

Moira: Emma. Your middle name is "Emma."
Alexis: Is it?
Johnny: So, we'll keep working away at this.
Moira: I'm sorry! No, Hannah.
Alexis: I'm embarrassed for you.
Johnny: Well, that's that then.
Moira: Elspeth.
Alexis: No!
Moira: I think it's Elspeth.
Alexis: It isn't!
Moira: I should know!

Quote from Moira

Johnny: Moira.
Moira: Alexis!
Johnny: No, no, it's David I want.
Moira: I need to speak with our daughter.
Johnny: Good luck.
Moira: [loudly] Oh, my God! Where did you hear that?!
Alexis: [enters] Yeah? What is it?

Quote from Stevie

Stevie: Are these all your clothes?
David: Yeah.
Stevie: What's this, then?
David: That's a sweater.
Stevie: It's one chromosome away from a crocheted blanket.

Quote from Moira

Moira: Have we failed them, John? I'm worried about our children. Are we terrible parents?
Johnny: Terrible parents?! We sent them to the best boarding schools, we hired the best nannies. We did everything right. I mean, they're not overly affectionate with us and, uh, there's a lot more disrespect than I'd like, but, uh, no, we're good parents.
Moira: But who are they?
Johnny: Well, it might be nice to get to know them better, I suppose.
Moira: Wouldn't it, John? But who has time amidst all this chaos?

Quote from David

David: Who needs 14 grey suits? What am I supposed to do with my dry clean onlys?!
Stevie: I'm still trying to figure out why you'd own more than one piece of clothing you can't put in a washing machine.
David: You try putting a cashmere sweater in the washing machine. It'll bite your wrist.
Stevie: That's a problem I'd like to have.

Quote from David

Stevie: There's a lot of stuff here. Have you ever considered selling some of this?
David: These are my things. I've hand-selected each of these things; they mean a lot to me. ... How much do you think I can get for this?

Quote from Alexis

Alexis: So you got busted for selling drugs? Like hard drugs? Like- Did you have to wear a Hazmat suit and work in a trailer?
Mutt: No. It was just weed and mushrooms, uppers. Mostly to truckers and my high school teachers.

Quote from Alexis

Alexis: Mm-hmm. It's actually pretty clean around here, which is shocking considering the state of our motel room. Speaking of unfit homes, why do you live in a barn?
Mutt: What's wrong with living in a barn?
Alexis: Mm, nothing, if you're a goat.

Quote from Stevie

David: I feel like we should break these into categories. Um fit, fabric, and nationality.
Stevie: Or we could do this.
David: I um-
Stevie: Keep or sell?
David: Well, those are-
Stevie: Keep or sell.
David: Uh-
Stevie: Just keep or sell.
David: Sell. Sell them. I got these at a showroom in Paris.
Stevie: I got these on clearance rack at Target.

Quote from David

David: $850.
Stevie: 850 what? Eight hundred-dollars?!
David: $850 dollars.
Stevie: $850 dollars?
David: These are a collector's. There's a woman in Paris that makes them by hand, so...
Stevie: My car's worth less than your pants.
David: Well, I've seen your car and that makes sense to me.

Quote from Johnny

Johnny: And one of the ice breakers at these retreats was a game that was always a hit. And it was a game where somebody would tell a lie about themselves, and then a truth, and then another lie, and everybody would have to guess which one was the lie.
Moira: No, Johnny, they had to guess which one was the truth.
Johnny: Mm, which one was the lie.
David: It's just- It's just one lie.
Johnny: What did I say?
Alexis: You said two lies.
Johnny: Well, it is two lies.
Alexis: No, it's-
David: No, the game is "two truths and a lie."
Johnny: It's truth. So you've heard of it. You've heard of it.
Alexis: Well, yeah, because babies play that at their birthday parties.
Johnny: Okay, whatever. It's a good game.

Quote from David

Stevie: Um, so this is my friend David.
David: David Rose. What are your consignment percentages?
Stevie: Uh, this is a thrift shop.
David: Okay. Do you have sales representative? Who will be pricing these items?
Wayne: Um... me.
David: Okay.

Quote from David

David: [rooting through the bag] Is there a problem, Wayne?
Wayne: It's just I can't really use any of this. It's too, you know...
Stevie: Funky?
Wayne: Sure. Let's go with that.
David: Okay, let's take your oily hands off my clothes.
Stevie: You sure you can't take any of this stuff? Some of this stuff's pretty good.
Wayne: Um, maybe we can use the sneakers.
David: Maybe the sneakers? This is French suede, with a vulcanized-rubber instep, okay? You've lost my trust and my business, so... [to Stevie] We'll be leaving now. What is this place? What is this place?

Quote from Roland

Jocelyn: And then we see you with your kids and you're so together. What's your secret?
Moira: Listening is so very important.
Johnny: So important to listen to your kids.
Jocelyn: See, Roland? Listening.
Roland: Excuse me, I listen to the kid. If he'd listened to me, he wouldn't be sitting in a hut, making his own underwear.

Quote from Alexis

Mutt: Oh, and you are totally in sync with your parents?
Alexis: Um, yeah, because they always wanted a daughter with a record, who dropped out of college, so... Pretty much delivered on that one.

Quote from Moira

Johnny: David? Alexis? Can you come here please? ... David?! Alexis?!
Moira: They're not going to come, dear.
Johnny: [loudly] Well, how widespread is that news? Talk about salacious!
Moira: He cut off his what?!
Alexis: Wait, what?
David: How did it happen?

Quote from Ronnie

Ronnie: So what's your deal? You're pretty. What's that like?
Alexis: Um, it's good.
Ronnie: Yeah, lots of doors open up for pretty people.
Alexis: Mm-hmm, clearly, as I register for community service.


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