The Lovely Daughter in response to Ann-Margret's singing in Bye Bye Birdie: Did people like that noise?
Pete has to bring up his illustrious great-great-grandfather.
LD: Why does Pete have Paul and Ken has everybody else?
Gregarious Son: Don can sell a woman in a white dress a ketchup popsicle.
Pregnant Betty drinking wine and smoking a cigarette.
GS in response to Peggy's imitation of Ann-Margret: Peggy doesn't like it so much now that the guys are treating her like one of them.
LD: I'd rather be treated like a guy than a secretary at that place.
GS on Ann-Margret: She's very good looking; I don't think anyone cares what she sounds like.
LD and GS during commercial break discussing gender and laundry.
GS: So Don has made his wife feel better and gotten his brother-in-law's family out of the house and he doesn't have to pay for it and his father-in-law's house will be untouched. Don is VICIOUS.
Oh please, tell me Peggy is not going to risk another pregnancy.
Betty's father is back in Prohibition.
Peggy's into one-night stands now?
Everyone in our living room, looking at Don looking at teacher: Uh-oh.
LD: Independent brunette women are his downfall.
GS: I don't know about his downfall.
None of us get the ending.