Stewie: Ugh, I'll have to text Rupert about what a train wreck this is.
[Stewie presses a button on a toy phone and it makes a duck quacking noise]
Stewie: [angrily to Lois] Hey! I want real things!
Bonnie: I'd better go downstairs before Joe realizes I'm gone and before Peter gets into the stuff that's not for the party.
Peter: [offscreen] Aw! Halloween Candy!
Joe: [offscreen] Peter, get out of the pantry!
Mrs. Abbott: Kids, this morning, Principal Shepherd wanted to say a few words.
Principal Shepherd: Thank you, Mrs. Abbott. Now, before we start, are these the normal kids or kind of the durr durr ones?
Mrs. Abbott: It's a healthy mix.
Principal Shepherd: Good morning, children. It's that time of the year again to fulfill your community service requirement by signing up for volunteer work.
Meg: Do we get to choose our own jobs?
Principal Shepherd: No, no, no. The jobs will be assigned randomly, but the cooler and prettier students have the better jobs. For instance, blonde chick on the third row will was my car this afternoon, while little miss frumpkin with all the questions will work in an old folk's home?
Meg: Is frumpkin good?
Principal Shepherd: [laughing] No-ho-ho-ho-ho, no.
[Peter discovers that Brian kissed Bonnie]
Brian: I know, I know. It was a huge mistake. Let's just do two or three high-fives and forget it ever happened.
Meg: Mrs. Parkers, I'm Meg, your new student volunteer.
Mrs. Parkers: Ah, you must be my new student volunteer.
Meg: Yeah, I just said that.
Mrs. Parkers: What's your name dear?
Meg: It's Meg. Can I ... can I get a new person?
Mrs. Parkers: Nonsense, come in and between you and me, I hate my new student volunteer. That ugly little Meg. She says she's a girl, but she certainly has a boy's body odor.