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Concerned about the quality of her son's day care center, Melissa goes undercover.
"I'm always worried about what my son is downloading from the internet, and what my daughter is uploading to it."
'When we said we just wanted her to be happy, we should have been more specific.'
'Girls her age don't act like they're listening, but. . . they are. . . She knows what you expect of her, and she'll live up to that, more or less. . . C'mon. How much trouble can she get into?'
"So, what's your daughter's credit score?"
'Thank God! We thought you were obese.'
"The mall? You serious, homie? That's so nineties! Know what I'm tokking 'bout?"
"I don't know, Tia Carmen. All these outside forces influencing Baldo and Gracie...they scare me. Bad TV, crazy friends, drugs everywhere..."
'No wonder kids have no imagination these days - television stopped leaving anything to it.'