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Lily Tucker-Pritchett Quotes
|Season 4 / Episode 22: - My Hero|
Cameron Tucker: That's one thing I love about being gay. We can be friends with our exes. We don't get all catty like straight people do.
Mitchell Pritchett: I'm still friends with Pepper.
Cameron Tucker: We went out on one date! When are you going to let it go?
Mitchell Pritchett: When you stop reacting like that.
Lily Tucker-Pritchett: Daddy loves Pepper.
Cameron Tucker: I taught her that.
|Season 4 / Episode 17: - Best Men|
Sal: Sorry you couldn't come to the wedding, it was no kids.
Lily Tucker-Pritchett: It's okay, I'll go to your next one.
Cameron Tucker: She just means when she's not a kid anymore.
Lily Tucker-Pritchett: She knows what I mean.
Sal: I don't like you.
Lily Tucker-Pritchett: [whispering] I'll get over it.
|Season 4 / Episode 13: - Fulgencio|
Lily Tucker-Pritchett: I'm bored.
Cameron Tucker: I know, honey, but right now your daddies are talking about what they're going to wear, and that's a very stressful conversation.
Lily Tucker-Pritchett: Cry me a river.
Mitchell Pritchett: You know, I'm not liking this snarky attitude.
Lily Tucker-Pritchett: Do you want me to call you a wah-mbulance?
|Season 4 / Episode 11: - New Year’s Eve|
Lily Tucker-Pritchett: Who's going to take care of me?
Cameron Tucker: Haley is.
Lily Tucker-Pritchett: I'm serious.
Mitchell Pritchett: Alex.
Lily Tucker-Pritchett: Okay, let's go.
|Season 4 / Episode 9: - When a Tree Falls|
Lily Tucker-Pritchett: It's a nightmare.
Mitchell Pritchett: Well, someone inherited her father's flair for hyperbole.
|Season 3 / Episode 21: - Planes, Trains and Cars|
Mitchell Pritchett: We took Lily on her first train ride. Just a quick trip to Chinatown.
Cameron Tucker: I was worried she would think we were taking her back to Vietnam, but she seemed okay.
Mitchell Pritchett: Yeah, yeah. Possibly because she was an infant when she left Vietnam. Also, Vietnam's not China.
Cameron Tucker: Well, I had a lollipop with me, just in case.
Cameron Tucker: I love that we're doing this. It's important for her to explore the city she lives in.
Mitchell Pritchett: So much diversity. Keep your wallet in your front pocket.
Lily Tucker-Pritchett: My shoe's untied.
Cameron Tucker: Oh, sweetie, it is. Here, have a seat. Right here, there you go. Hey, hold Bunny.
Mitchell Pritchett: [the train doors close] No! No, no, no, no, no, no, no! No!
Lily Tucker-Pritchett: Bunny!
Cameron Tucker: How did you miss that, Mitchell?
Mitchell Pritchett: Mr. Conductor! I-I... what? I was Purelling! And it's me; why would you toss it?
Cameron Tucker: Because my hands were full?
Lily Tucker-Pritchett: I want Bunny.
Cameron Tucker: I know. Okay, I have an idea. Let's catch the next train and ride it 'till it catches up.
Mitchell Pritchett: They don't catch up. It's called a collision.
Cameron Tucker: Okay, well do you have a better idea? You're the one that lost it.
Mitchell Pritchett: No, you tossed it. He tossed it lost it.
Cameron Tucker: Don't try to clever your way out of this.
Lily Tucker-Pritchett: Daddy lost Bunny.
Cameron Tucker, Mitchell Pritchett: She means you.
|Season 3 / Episode 16: - Virgin Territory|
Phil Dunphy: We're gonna have to settle this dispute in court - the Food Court. The honorable Judge Cinnabon presiding.
Haley Dunphy: The food court? That place smells like the inside of Luke's bicycle helmet.
Alex Dunphy: I like the food court.
Lily Tucker-Pritchett: Me too.
Phil Dunphy: Don't worry, girls. We won't deprive ourselves just 'cause Hayley's aversion to...
Alex Dunphy: [laughs, then stops herself] Oh. Oh, Hayley's aversion. I thought you said... never mind.
|Season 3 / Episode 2: - When Good Kids Go Bad|
Cameron Tucker: I do not pick her up early from preschool.
Mitchell Pritchett: Lily, did daddy pick you up early from preschool?
Lily Tucker-Pritchett: No.
Cameron Tucker: See? Case closed.
Lily Tucker-Pritchett: We didn't go.
Mitchell Pritchett: Case open.
Lily Tucker-Pritchett: We went shopping.
Cameron Tucker: All right, Lily.
Lily Tucker-Pritchett: We bought matchy hats.
Cameron Tucker: You're going to your room.
Mitchell Pritchett: You're both going to her room.
|Season 3 / Episode 2: - When Good Kids Go Bad|
Luke Dunphy: [to Cameron and Mitchell] Hey, do you guys have any old furniture? I'm moving into the attic.
Mitchell Pritchett: The attic?
Luke Dunphy: Hey, at least it's big. Grandpa said you used to live in a closet.
Cameron Tucker: Oh, okay. Well, you know what? Yeah, we'll absolutely find you something for sure, okay?
Lily Tucker-Pritchett: [pushing Luke away from Cameron] My daddy!
Mitchell Pritchett: Lily, no! I'm sorry, Luke.
Luke Dunphy: [staring daggers at Lily] This isn't over.
Cameron Tucker: Oh, my God, Mitchell. She's getting worse. I have turned her into a pushy little entitled monster on her way to a rap sheet and a bracelet on her ankle.
Cameron Tucker: Oh, she has a bracelet on her ankle.
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