Alice: Whoa, so they were like mutually hugging!
Jamie: According to magnet standards, that's like third base.
Roadkill: What would the other bases be then?
Buddha: Let's see. First base - talking. Second base - any sort of physical contact. Third base - hugging. Fourth base - doing math together.
Jyotsna: We have to perform some kind of music in front of blocks C and D for physics tomorrow.
Jyotsna: Say something to calm my nerves.
Roadkill: Well, you're screwed. Have fun!
Jyotsna: Wow, thanks.
Roadkill: No problem. Wait. Do I have to do this next year?
Roadkill: Oh shit..
Student: Mr. Hinkle, have you ever drank moonshine?
Hinkle: Uhhh, let me just say this: for a number of years I had a good friend from West Virginia...
Student: Oh, that explains it!
Hinkle: ...before he passed away from a certain drinking problem. And in our college and youth years from about 20 to 30, we did many things together that were--
Hinkle: --risky. Like making your own West Virginia still, or eating things that you killed along the road.
Hinkle: Ladies and gentlemen, I've been to a lot of places. And there is very few things that I haven't eaten. I've eaten things that I've caught, that I've trapped, that I've fished for, that I've shot... people say, "Hinkle, you ate that?" And I say, "yup!"
Hinkle: Yeah. Groundhog's not that bad. [...] Ya know, it's like you're hunting except you gotta kill it with your car.