Best Lines of the Week (February 26-March 4): ‘We’re Cheeto People’

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As we say goodbye to February and welcome the month of March, Late Night with Seth Meyers writer Amber Ruffin continued to comedically steal viewers’ hearts with her late-night talk show, The Amber Ruffin Show, making its NBC debut after streaming on Peacock.

Animated favorites, like Bob’s Burgers, kept us laughing with our favorite characters. The week wasn’t all giggles, however, with some hard-hitting lines from superhero favorites WandaVision and Superman & Lois.

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Plus, answers about 'Jeopardy!' and 'Tough as Nails' game play, 'black-ish' storylines, and more.

Continue reading for the best TV lines of this week!

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WandaVision (Disney+)

“But what is grief, if not love persevering?

— Vision (Paul Bettany) delivers this touching and poignant reflection in attempts to soothe Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) after the loss of her brother, Pietro.

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Saturday Night Live (NBC)

The Weeknd (Kenan Thompson): “I’m a performer. Maybe you saw me at the Super Bowl?”

Dionne Warwick (Ego Nwodim): “Yes. You gave me vertigo.”

SNL‘s skit features a humorous callback to the overwhelming camera movements of The Weeknd’s Super Bowl halftime show.

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Young Rock (NBC)

Dwayne: “What happened if you hit the rocks?”

Ata: “You’d split your head open and die.”

Dwayne: “You won’t even let me use real scissors.”

— Ata (Stacey Leilua) shows Dwayne (Adrian Grouix) a clip of her cliff diving as a kid, only for him to humorously remind her of the very safe rules that she makes him follow.

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The Equalizer (CBS)

“What, that bike? Sorry baby, it don’t come with training wheels.”

— Robyn McCall (Queen Latifah) effortlessly shoots back at a group of men eying her slick motorcycle.

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Allen v. Farrow (HBO)

“You know, I wasn’t just an ungrateful TV star or movie star or whatever I was at the time. I was a mom.”

Mia Farrow reflects on her past relationships as a young woman and how motherhood changed her view of her status as a public Hollywood figure.

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The Amber Ruffin Show (NBC)

“New York City’s movie theaters will reopen next month at 25% capacity, also known as a great crowd for an improv show.”

—Host Amber Ruffin notes a similarity between the new COVID-19 movie going protocols and what makes a promising crowd for improv comedy sets.

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Bob’s Burgers (Fox)

Bob:Geez, what kind of timer is this? Who can move that fast? Cheetah people?”

Gene: “I mean, we’re Cheeto people.”

— Bob Belcher (H. Jon Benjamin) gets frustrated trying to set the camera’s self-timer when the family is trying to take a photo for their holiday card.

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Superman & Lois (The CW)

“Each power comes with its own burden. It’s not just what you do, but it’s also what you don’t do.”

—Clark (Tyler Hoechlin) on balancing how, and when, to use the powers you are given

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The Misery Index (TBS)

Jameela Jamil: “Is this more miserable? Bizarre ear condition makes a woman unable to hear men’s voices.”

Murr: “Sounds like a gift!”

Impractical Jokers James “Murr” Murray jokes as contestants try to guess which event is more miserable on TBS’ game show The Misery Index.