"There was a dispute, 'cause Mary Whitehouse was criticizing us for being violent, and she didn't like me, because I said, 'The thing is, I think we're not nearly being violent enough'...I was watching these little boys as they were watching it. And then the actors started talking about the plot, and the boys lost interest; naturally they did. And they glanced over and did an amazing double take. 'GAAASP.' Like St. Bernadette, you know, at Lourdes. 'OOOH! AAAAH!' They couldn't believe it. And then instantly—it's very interesting, when people are happy, we're instantly anxious about whether it will last or not—these little boys, who were only about 6 and 7 said, 'But when we get to school, who'll believe us? They won't believe us, dad!' And so they had to go next door and get a tape recorder, and I had to sign a declaration, and all sorts of things like that to reassure them."
"Even as a gigantic man-nerd whose wardrobe consists of 90% Superman shirts, at this point the prospect of another superhero movie sends me into a 17th century-style fit of the vapours that require me be fanned out of catatonia by a passing gentleman."
"Alright, just promise you won't scream like a girl."
—Hank Hill, who explains to Bobby that, yes, he can have a rose garden (and then he promptly squees like a girl)
"What about her?"
Elliott: "Yeah, didn't any of you hear that one girl scream?"
Tedd: "We're in a high school cafeteria. A girl screams every five minutes."
Lisa: "EEEEEK! I love your lip gloss!"
Johny: Why do you keep bringing weird stuff home? I think that school's warping your mind.
(cut to several flashbacks of Rob squeeing at Johny in past times)
Rob: Eee! Eee! Eee!
(back in reality)
Johny: No, wait, you've always been crazy.
— Siblings, "Dog Daze of Boredom"