Stein: There are worse addictions. Stein: You could be a drug addict.
Leela’s dad: I have $1000 in cash, I feel like a drug dealer. Leela: My dad’s a drug dealer? Jacen: How else are you gonna pay for college?
Schwartz: That file cabinet, I inherited from the health department, so it has labels for units of Health class. Schwartz: So I store my Analysis 2 materials in the Alcohol, Drugs, and Tobacco section.
Schwartz: You guys, focus on nutrition and fitness! Schwartz: Everyone knows alcohol, tobacco, and drugs is for analysis 2!
Schafer: We're in 9th grade. Milo, what don't we do any more? Milo: Drugs
// about caffeine Street: It's an essential vitamin. Vitamin C. Street: Kinda like how Ibuprofen is vitamin I.
Student: [Shakes around wildly] Street: I think I should get you some better drugs. Student: I think I could report you for saying that ... Street: I mean *prescription medicines*! Not illegal drugs!
Street: I was looking at Synergy again and Synergy's on drugs. Street: I mean, I was looking at it, and it was as if someone was up there in Rockville feeding Quaaludes into the computer.
Carl: Just cuz I eat poppy bagels half the week doesn't mean I'm- Carl: Oh wait
Jacob Stavrianos: I was pretty darn high in fifth grade.