When Doc's new girlfriend, Stacy makes Chris' life miserable, he attempts to break them up. Meanwhile, Rochelle discovers a bra in Julius' sock drawer which upsets her, but what she doesn't know is that Tonya hid it in there.



Narrator: I was happy Doc had a girlfriend. Too bad I have to kill her.

Chris (to Greg): Thanks, Captain Obvious. How am I supposed to do that?
Greg: I don't know, citizen. Captain Obvious only gives you the obvious solution. The rest is up to you.
Narrator: Kind of like Google.

Stacy (to Chris): Mm, mm, mm, I should have known better.
Chris: Should have known better what?
Narrator: Known better than to listen to a sneaky 15-year-old.
Stacy: It is the same thing over and over again! And Stacy is tired of it! Stacy is not a fool. When Stacy smells smoke, Stacy doesn't stand around and wait for the fire! Stacy is leaving!
Narrator: Referring to yourself in the third person. It's not just for athletes anymore.

Narrator: I got rid of Stacy, my job and Doc's will to live. Way to go, dummy.

Narrator: I was like Cupid's retarded little brother. Damn, I'm good.

Stacy (to Chris about Doc): He is like all the other men I've ever dated! He lied, they lied because they're liars.
Narrator: The story of the Bush Administration.

Stacy: Chris, everybody likes me.
Chris: No. Nobody likes you. Except for Doc and Drew, and Drew doesn't count. He just likes pie.

Rochelle (to the kids): Okay, I'm gonna ask this question once. But before I ask it, I want y'all to understand what the stakes are because if y'all say that you've never seen that bra before, I'm gonna kill your father. Yeah, and then I'm gonna go to jail, and then you guys are gonna be split up and sent to live in foster care.
Narrator: Sounds like a BET movie-of-the-week.