Homer and Marge make up at Moe's bar. Last lines of episode.
Moe: Okay, everybody, for the next 15 minutes, one-third off on every pitcher!
Barflies cheer and start making large orders.
Moe: Hey, one per customer. Domestic beer only. Hey, no sharing!
[At the trial the next day, everyone is shocked when Mr. Burns' lawyer calls Marge to the witness stand.]
Bailiff: Do you promise to tell the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth, so help you God?
Marge: Mmm... Yes, I do.
Hutz: She sounded like she was taking that awful seriously.
Homer: [cringes] D'oh, the truth.
[Mr. Burns's Lawyer walks up to an unprepared Marge.]
Lawyer: Mrs. Simpson, does the name Julius Hibbert mean anything to you?
Marge: Yes, he's been our family physician and trusted friend ever since the day I became a mother. He's seen us through everything from colds to impetigo all with competence, love and care.
Lawyer: But, wait a minute, I'm confused. We just heard expert testimony from one Dr. Nick Riviera. What is your opinion on him?
[Marge becomes nervous and hesitant, which makes Mr. Burns' lawyer very impatient with her. Hutz looks concerned as everyone else peers behind him in suspicion after hearing Marge's testimony discrediting his claims of Dr. Riviera being the Simpsons's family physician by admitting to having Dr. Hibbert being their family physician.]
Lawyer: Mrs. Simpson!
Marge: [Trying to plead the fifth] I'm sorry, but my mother always said if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all.
Homer: Will that hold up in court?
Hutz: [glumly admitting] No, I tried that before.
Lawyer: Mrs. Simpson, what is your opinion on Dr. Riviera? AND LET ME REMIND YOU THAT YOU'RE UNDER OATH!!!!
Marge: (on Dr. Nick Riviera) Hmm, well, to be honest, he seemed a lot more concerned about wrapping Bart in bandages than in making him feel better. And he mispronounced words that even I know, like abdomen... and his office was dirty. Now that I think about it, I'm not sure if he was even a doctor!