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He Said, She Said

'He Said, She Said' - Season 3, Episode 4

When Shawn is forced to see the school's guidance counselor, he misunderstands her advice and decides to drop out of school and travel the world.

Air Date: October 20, 1995.

Shawn: How'd you find me?
Mr. Turner: Easy. When I heard where you were going, I figured Shawn Hunter - Europe - Bus.

Quote from Cory

Cory: Oh, great. Turner's machine. Now I've got to listen to three minutes of Cat Stevens.

Quote from Shawn

Shawn: I'm going. Here's my ticket. Next stop: Paris.
Mr. Turner: Paris, Texas?
Shawn: Oh, I thought the TX meant Tax.

Quote from Shawn

Shawn: I'm finally going some place, doing something with my life.
You know, I could ski the Alps. Or even go to Spain and chase the bulls.
Mr. Turner: Uh, actually, they chase you.

Harley Keiner: Here I am. Punctual, as is my way. Yet I do not see the object of my despise.
Griff Hawkins: So I guess you were sent up for bad grammar?
Harley Keiner: This is Griff? Where's the rest of him?
Griff Hawkins: So, Brando, I hear you wanna pound me.
Harley Keiner: Pound is such a wussy word. I prefer ... no, pound works.

Quote from Mr. Turner

Cory: Mr. Turner, we gotta talk. It's about Shawn.
Mr. Turner: Wait, don't tell me. Today he has African sloth.

Quote from Eric

Amy: Alan, did you see this letter that George wrote for Eric?
Eric: Uh, Mom. Uh-
Alan: "Dear sir, if you only accept one student this year, make it Eric Matthews. Hey, would I, George Feeny, be writing this letter on my personal stationery if I really, really really didn't believe that?"
Eric: I caught him in a really, really, really good mood.

Quote from Eric

Eric: "So, in conclusion, I find Eric Matthews to be really, really, really smart, really, really, really nice and really, really, really good for your school. Really. " "Yours truly, George ... Milhouse ... Feeny."
"Princi... uh, .. princip ... uh, Head guy."
College, here I come.

Harley Keiner: Did you get those threatening letters I sent?
Cory: Yes, I did. Thank you. Sorry I didn't answer, I've been busy. Here's my wallet. Enjoy.
Harley Keiner: I still got it.

Cory: Guys, come on. It's just a stupid rumor. I mean, there's a better chance of me running into the Loch Ness monster than ever seeing that greaseball Harley Keiner here again. I mean - And here I am in Scotland.
Harley Keiner: Baboon.

Quote from Cory

Mr. Turner: Hey, George, what's up?
Mr. Feeny: Well, I just wanted to be sure you knew that the Hunter boy missed his history test this morning.
Mr. Turner: He what?
Cory: Oh, that's my fault. I was supposed to tell you that Shawn had a severe case of- Erm, help me out here.
Mr. Feeny: Sloth?
Cory: Yes, Hong Kong sloth.

Quote from Mr. Feeny

Mr. Feeny: Mr. Matthews. Where did you get that papaya?
Cory: From home. Is there a problem?
Mr. Feeny: I've got my eye on you.

Quote from Mr. Feeny

Eric: Boy, what some kids will do to get into college, huh?
Mr. Feeny: Yes, well, save your money. They haven't built a fruit basket big enough to sway me.
Eric: Oh, I wouldn't think of it, Mr. Feeny. It's the furthest thing from my mind.
Mr. Feeny: Right there next to your school work, huh?

Quote from Mr. Williams

Mr. Feeny: Mr. Williams, there you are. Well, all right.
Mr. Williams: A gift for makin' it through my first week, huh?
Mr. Feeny: Actually, these gift baskets are from misguided seniors trying to get college recommendations.
Mr. Williams: Kiwi and mango, Toblerone Beluga caviar? Hey, man, thanks.
Mr. Feeny: Don't get too attached. You're taking them as far as my car.
Mr. Williams: It's good to be you, isn't it?
Mr. Feeny: I deliver these to homeless shelters.
Mr. Williams: Mmm, right!

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