— Guys, listen, we really need to help Elliot.
— She said she doesn't want help.
— If J. D. Were drowning and said he didn't want you to save him, wouldn't you?
— Depends. What if there're hot chicks? Maybe he wants one of them to jump in and save him.
— Say there's no women.
— There's always women at the pool!
— Fine. He's in a pond.
— Oh, I would never swim in a pond. They're infamous for serpents.
— You could swim at the Y, men only. Have you been on man night?
— Not me.
— Fine! Turk's the one who's drowning!
— So now a brother can't swim.
— Why do you have to go there?
— Oh, my God! I would rather play Jiggly Ball than try to explain this to you two idiots.
— Half of what rappers say doesn't make any sense. Like that Snoop Dogg — Dr. Dre song? What does «still hittin' them corners and those ho-hos girl» mean?
— Many disadvantaged African-Americans have limited nutritional choices, therefore they must subsist on Ho-Ho snack cakes. It's a black thing, bro.
— Actually, Turk, it's «still hittin' them corners and them 'lo — los' girls».
— Lo-los, not ho-hos. See, Turk, in the'hood, a lo — lo is a lowrider, or a car with an adjusted suspension that allows it to bounce up and down. And Dre and Snoop enjoy driving around together in their lowriders around the corners, or lizzle — rizzles. I'm representin' for them gangtas all across the world! Still hittin' them corners and them lo — los girls! Still taking my time to perfect the beat, and I still got love for the street!
— Turk! You just got schooled on rap by the two whitest chicks in America!
— None of you can prove it!
— I got it on tape.