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La Biblioteca Es Libros

‘La Biblioteca Es Libros’

Season 2, Episode 19 - Aired April 15, 2015

Beverly refuses to accept her child isn't perfect when Adam gets an F in Spanish class. After  Beverly goes down to the school to confront the teacher, she ends up hiring Senor Taraborelli as a tutor for Adam, rather than moving him to remedial classes. When the kids must give an oral presentation in Spanish class, Beverly's blind confidence in Adam can only get him so far. Meanwhile, Murray is impressed when Barry gets a job delivering pizzas. Murray's treatment of "working man" Barry irritates Erica, who has been working hard for years without any respect from Murray.

Quote from Barry

Barry: My biggest weakness? I'm honest and I'm lazy. What's your biggest weakness?

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Quote from Erica

Barry: Hey, it's me, Barry.
Erica: I told you to never come where I am.

Quote from Beverly

Beverly: F as in fail? No, that's literally humanly impossible. My children don't fail.

Quote from Erica

Erica: This is a total double standard.
Barry: No, it's not. Dad's just giving me special treatment because I'm a boy and you're not, so you lose.
Erica: That's the definition of a double standard, you idiot.

Quote from Barry

Barry: Who do I think would win a fight between a tiger and a bear? That's a good question. One you didn't ask, but I'll discuss.

Quote from Barry

Barry: Minimum wage? No, no, what's maximum wage?

Quote from Barry

Murray: Ah, look at you. How's the first day on the job?
Barry: Not bad at all. Made a ton of dough. Pizza dough. It's a joke we say around the shop because dough is another word for money, but we also cook with it.

Quote from Murray

Barry: Dude, it's like you have no respect for me.
Murray: It is like that, yes.

Quote from Murray

Murray: No, no, no, stop. Come back here and be a weight on my spirit.

Quote from Beverly

Pops: Okay, I got to stop you before this gets nuts. Clearly this is the one subject the kid struggles in. You can't blame the teacher. It's the boy.
Beverly: It takes a very special educator to teach such a strange exotic language with all the squiggles over the letters and the crazy upside down question marks, and the rrrs.

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