Harry Wilson : And this thing with Tracy, I wish I knew what to do, but I don't. And am I curious to know the kid's okay? Absolutely. But being an adoptive father, would I want Dixon's birth parents around us? No way.
Debbie Wilson : Well, look, Dixon is a teenager. This is a man. But, before you do anything about that, I think you really need to figure out how you want to handle things with Tracy.
Harry Wilson : I don't know and I am the first to admit I was not the greatest guy back then.
Debbie Wilson : Honestly, I'm more concerned about the guy you are now. So just take your time and figure out how you want to handle this.
Harry Wilson : [to Dixon] And I want to apologize to you. Wasn't fair of me to ask you to give up your buddies. I was on a team once. I know how it works.
Dixon Wilson : You know, I'm sorry I disobeyed you, you know? I'm still trying to find my way around here, you know?
Harry Wilson : I'm trying to figure out when to be principal and when to be your dad.
Dixon Wilson : You know, I think I like my dad more than my principal.
Harry Wilson : You might not when you hear his punishment.