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|Season 4 Episode 4|
|Original Airdate||November 13, 2007|
|Previous Episode||Separate But Equal|
|Next Episode||Lost at Sea|
- Vice Principal Pangborn
- Miss O'Keats
When Susie trains Harold to help him get a date with Angelica, it backfired and caused Harold to fall for Susie instead, which caused Angelica to be jealous.
When Dil discovered that Vice Principal Pangborn and Ms. O'Keats dated (she broke up with him because she was tired of hiding their secret love from others), he gets into the middle of the problem as he has to spend his time with Pangborn instead of helping Tommy and the others with their Mardi Gras float.
- Pangborn: Uh, listen, Dil, about what you saw, you keep this under your, uh... whatever that thing is you wear on your head, and, uh, maybe I can do something about that detention.
Dil: You've got my crudlebout on it, sir. Pangborn: Thank you. "Crudlebout"? Was that a promise or not? Dil! Dil!!
- Pangborn: I don't know what kind of dirty words you're pedaling, but I won't have it in my school!
Dil: It's not dirty. It's Dilginese. Pangborn: "Dilginese"? What in Harry's hat is "Dilginese"? Dil: A language I made up, sir. Pangborn: That's just plain stupid. Who makes up a language no one else can understand? Dil: If a cleristeral falls in the prandish, does it still marplunk a player? Pangborn: Huh? That's it! You just got detention, mister, for a whole week!
- Phil: There she blows…
- Harold: Please go out with me! I'll buy you a smoothie!
Angelica: Let's see… NO! Harold: Okay, I'll go get you that smoothie now.
- Susie: What do you see in her?
Harold: A girl playing hard to get!
- Harold: Please, please go out with me! I'll resole your shoes.
- Harold: Nose blowing wind players always get the best girls!
- Susie: Avoid all spitting words!
Harold: That's brilliant, Sus- I mean, you're remarkable, Carmichael girl.
- Susie: Harold, you're gonna walk out of this room a dude with a 'tude.
Harold: Goodie! What do I do first? Susie: Well, you can start by exing words like "goodie." "Goodie" ain't cool. Harold: Oopsie. Susie: Not cool. Harold: Okeydokey, artichokey. (Susie sighs)
- Angelica: Do you talk so much on your cell phone that you need someone to hold it for you? No! I do! Are you so lazy that you need someone to make your bed while you're still in it?! No! I do! Are you so snob you need someone to tell you you're pretty everyday? No! I am! So don't you say I don't deserve a Harold, You're not as half as sloppy, lazy, and insecure as I am!
Susie: You got that right… But you don't deserve a Harold.
- Lil: I hate to be the girl in here, but it won't work.
- Shelly (Ms. O'Keats): That's beautiful! What does it mean?
Dil: I love you! I know it's kinda long, but it is an evolving language.
- Tommy: Does your stage have a pirate that talks and shoots real confetti?
Future Engineers Club Member: It talks and shoots confetti? Dil: As long as my mom won't miss her electronic secretary… Or her car's battery.
- Harold: Here is my room! It always smells like onions around here, I don't know why.
- Lil: O'Keats and Pangborn were, like, together?
Dil: Oh, yeah. Everyone: Eww! Gross!
- Dil: What are you holding?
Pangborn: A lute! (Dil laughs) Pangborn: What's so funny? Dil: A lute in Dilganese means… Never mind.
- Dil: I broke my mom's blender!
Phil: It can make smoothies, too?
- Susie: You're enrolled for Susie Carmichael's School of Drool!
- Pangborn: Shelly, thy Shelly, we belong together thy Shelly.
Voice: Knock it off down there!
- Dil invents his own language called "Dilganeese".
- Pangborn visits Dil's house at midnight to sing his 125 page song about Miss O'Keats and get feedback from Dil.
- Tommy and the gang's float wins first prize.
- Pangborn and Miss O'Keats become the king and queen for Dil's float.
- Harold is successful at making Angelica jealous of him.
- This episode reveals that Angelica has strong feelings for Harold.
- Kimi is nowhere to be seen in this episode.
- Ending Tagline: "It smells like onions in here, I don't know why." - Harold