[Paris wants to spend Saturday working on the newspaper]
Paris Geller : This is the seventy-fifth anniversary issue. There is only going to be one seventy-fifth anniversary issue ever, and it's on our watch. We screw this up and we basically mooned a piece of history. Is that what you want? To B.A. history?
Madeline Lynn : But I don't understand. Last year was the seventy-fourth anniversary issue of the Franklin.
Paris Geller : So?
Madeline Lynn : So there's only gonna be one seventy-fourth anniversary issue ever and we didn't do anything special for it.
Louise Grant : I think the cover was of a deep-fried Mars bar.
Paris Geller : That's because nobody cares about the seventy-fourth anniversary issue.
Madeline Lynn : I bet the person who worked on it seventy-four years ago did.
Paris Geller : [exasperated] We're working Saturday!
[she walks away and goes outside with Rory, muttering angrily]
Paris Geller : "Why are we working Saturday, Paris? What's so special about the seventy-fifth issue, Paris? Why does my head feel so light and yet not float away, Paris?"