->'''Bart''': If there's anything fairy tales have taught us it's that first wives are perfect and second wives are horrible.\\
'''Homer''': [[TrophyWife The exact opposite of real life.]]
-->--''TheSimpsons'', "The Ned-Liest Catch"
-->''My father's wife is old and harsh with years,\\
And drudge of all my father's house am I--\\
My bread is sorrow and my drink is tears.\\
Come back to me, Beloved, or I die!''
--->--'''RudyardKipling''', ''The Love Song of Har Dyal''
->''I was but seven year auld\\
When my mither she did die;\\
My father married the ae warst woman\\
The warld did ever see.''
-->-- '''The Laily Worm and the Machrel of the Sea'''
-> '''Mr. Snodgrass:''' I ain't your daddy, I'm your mother's husband, and I refuse to be responsible for any mistakes but my own!
-> '''Stanley:''' *turns to his mother* [[CaptainObvious I think one of us just got insulted.]]
->Well, file this under both “Not Shocking” and “This Is NOT What The Genie Would Want”. Six months after the beyond-sad death of Creator/RobinWilliams, the New York Times says his wife of three years Susan Williams is rewriting the chapter on Tacky Moves in the GoldDigger Widow Handbook by fighting with Robin’s three children Zachary, Zelda, and Cody over what he left to them his will. When Robin Williams died, he left the majority of his estate to his three kids, which included jewelery, memorabilia (please tell me that includes the fatsuit from ''MrsDoubtfire''), clothing, personal photos taken before he got with Susan, and awards he received from the entertainment industry. A second trust gave Susan their home in Tiburon, CA, some stuff around the house, and some cash to take care of the house.\\\
But that wasn’t enough money for Susan, so she’s gone to court to demand some of the money Robin left to his kids be given to her for “daily upkeep” and “unexpected renovations” on the house. Like a $30,000 renovation she recently did. Meanwhile, Robin’s kids claim that Susan shouldn’t be asking for shit from them, since she still has yet to turn over what’s theirs. According to Robin’s kids, Susan has prevented them from coming inside the house to collect the stuff their dad left for them...she’s withholding Robin’s collection of watches, because according to Susan, watches aren’t technically jewelery, and therefore they belong to her. Next thing you know she’ll be claiming that an Academy Award isn’t an award, but a gold-plated humanoid Feng Shui decoration.