"25 pounds of prime striped sea bass. Never did catch him, neither."
Lou finds his box of Fudgy Ding-A-Ling Bars is empty
"They're round, they're mean,"
"Reptar Cereal, it makes you want to shout,"
"Reptar! We want Reptar! Reptar!"
"Reptar Cereal, the cereal with scales. Part of this complete breakfast."
"And this time, don't forget the Fudgy Ding-A-Ling bars!"
"Pop, that's the fifth box you've gone through this week!"
"Oh, go ahead. Deny me my Fudgy Ding-A-Ling bars, the one real pleasure left to me in my twilight years."
"I hope they come back with something besides forty boxes of Fudgy Ding-A-Ling bars."
"Oh, what an adorable child!"
"Hey, where's your grandpa?"
"He'll be all right. Hey, you seen Reptar?"
"Yeah, he's over, um... um..."
Tommy and a carton of yogurt land on packs of Tighties diapers
"Aw, man! What a totally bogus job! I told Steve we should have stayed at the Octoplex!"
"What you doing down there?"
"Still lookin' for Reptar."
The Baby Girl's mom screams when she sees Tommy
The entire store is a mess thanks to Tommy's shenanigans
The windmill carries Tommy up to the store's lighting fixtures by his diaper
Tommy slides down the pyramid
"Just look at this place! In my day, they kept these markets clean!"
"Hey, what's this? They're round, they're mean, they turn milk green!."
"Heh heh heh heh heh! What'll they think of next?"
The lobster rips off Tom the cashier's tie
"Well, I don't know how they got here, but they sound a lot better than 'Corrugated Bran Puffs'!"
"Cleanup on aisle four! Larry, Steve, I need one of you!"
"Your turn, dude!"