Balla: Don't pretend to be tolerant and then make fun of people with hair on their ears.
Balla: So Carol, why are you not a mushroom?
Pulkit: So do the cancer cells just reproduce or do they mutate the cells around them? Balla: They just reproduce. Myles: It would be kind of interesting if they could mutate the cells around them. Thomas: All the cool kids are turning into cancer cells.
Balla: It's Reba the amoeba's birthday today. Her mother made her a birthday cake. Thomas: Wait, isn't she her own mother?
Balla: So this is good karma! ...I don't really know what karma is. But it sounds good. I kind of like kar-MEL. ...What is karma anyways?
Balla: I was quizzing the period 1 students, and I realized that a few of them had just forgotten some basic chemistry facts! And I know that Mr. Pham taught you this last year. So we're going to do a little review just to make sure. Evan: Well, sometimes when you have people that have gone through a traumatic experience or period of time in their life, you know, their brains tend to suppress certain memories.
Balla: I know you guys are either math-geniuses or humanitarianistic...s...but I was really both. A magnet and a CAP, a...Magcap. Class: LOL Balla: Magcap sounds weird, doesn't it? Magcap...Capnet... Mythili: You were a MAP!
*Mr. Dema walks in pd. 7 genetics* Dema: Hey Dizzy! Class: O.o Dema: Oh, I mean...Mrs. Balla, was that what you were looking for? Amir: Desire...e Balla: I'm not answering to that. // pause // *Dema's looking at her t-shirt* Dema: What are you wearing? Balla: *shrug* I always support Duke. Dema: What's this madness?! Take off your shirt! Class: O_O
Amir: So, say I marry a hermaphrodite and we want to have kids... Balla: It's called adoption.
Mrs. Balla: So we take the chickens, a little wine, some candlelight... and BAM! we take a look at the eggs.