|Eugene has met his match when it comes to chess but it's from an unlikely source... Bernard! Meanwhile, Heather gets annoyed when her volleyball team keeps losing.
: Of course you don't play to lose. But it's not the end of the world if you do. In fact, there are things you can learn from losing that you'd never learn by winning.
: Watch this move...Bishop to rook three. There. I seriously think Mr. Walton made that move simply to form the letter "M" with his pieces!
: I'll have you know, that I've won the Walton Annual Chess Tournament seventeen years running. It's me and my brother and my Aunt Mildred. And just because Aunt Mildred's 104 years old doesn't mean she's lost her ability to play games.
: Sometimes I'm convinced this is a game he doesn't even know the rules for!
: (gasps) Eugene, you just ended a sentence with a preposition!
: Impossible! Prepositions are not words that I end sentences with!
Eugene: I'm convinced this is a game he doesn't even know the rules for!
Connie: (Gasp) Eugene! You just ended that sentence with a preposition!
Eugene: Impossible! Prepositions are not words I end sentences with!
:(After Eugene puts out the chess game) Hey, wehere's the dice?