Quote from Why Dickie Can't Teach
Sally: How did these bozos get to be so powerful?
Mrs. Dubcek: You know what they say: under every great man is a great woman.
Don: Don't you mean "behind every man"?
Mrs. Dubcek: Oh, you're dirty.
Quote from Assault with a Deadly Dick
Mrs. Dubcek: Hi, hi. I heard about your car radio. Did you call the cops?
Dick: Oh, I don't think that's necessary.
Mrs. Dubcek: Well, don't be silly. You go down to the station, you ask for Officer Franco, an Italian gentlemen, very nice. He came right over when my boyfriend got beat up in my living room.
Dick: Your boyfriend got beat up in your own house?
Mrs. Dubcek: Yeah. Well, my husband didn't care for him.
Quote from Superstitious Dick
Mrs. Dubcek: Well, this came for you. The mailman accidentally left it in my bedroom.
Quote from Alien Hunter
Mrs. Dubcek: Wow. I haven't been drugged and tied up like this since Valentine's Day.
Quote from Dick, Who's Coming to Dinner?
Harry: Uh, Miss Dubcek, there's a man downstairs pounding on your door.
Mrs. Dubcek: Oh, he woke up. Maybe I should let him out.
Quote from The Loud Solomon Family: A Dickumentary
[on Mary's film:]
Mrs. Dubcek: The Solomons are lovely people. Very nice. They're clean. They never complain, and, as for the noise, well, I think they've gotten used to it.
Mary: [v.o.] How do you think they function without a traditional mother figure?
Mrs. Dubcek: You said you were going to let me tap dance. When do I get to tap dance?
Quote from Youth is Wasted on the Dick
Mrs. Dubcek: Are those cops gonna be up here all night? 'Cause I'd really rather have them come down to my place.
Tommy: They're staking out this guy across the street who illegally pirates videos.
Mrs. Dubcek: Does he have any films starring... Chesty Doubloons?
Tommy: Uh, I'm not sure. Why?
Mrs. Dubcek: No reason.
Quote from The Dicks They Are a Changin'
Mrs. Dubcek: Oh, the '60s. What a lovely, lovely decade. You know, a lot of the stuff in this apartment is from the '60s.
Dick: Boy, classic things never go out of style.
Mrs. Dubcek: Well, those long-haired freaks thought they were so cool. Let me tell you one thing. I was reading poetry with Jack Kerouac in a cage in 1956, both of us buck naked.
Dick: Yes, well, thank you for that disturbing visual.
Mrs. Dubcek: I didn't hear Kerouac complain.
Quote from Dick Like Me
Dick: Mrs. Dubcek, as long as you're up here, what ethnic group do you come from?
Mrs. Dubcek: Well, I'm a little Czech, a little Romanian. I'm your basic Slavic mutt, like my third husband.
Dick: Oh. What were your first two?
Mrs. Dubcek: Well, the first was Irish, and the second was one of your people.
Dick: Our people?
Mrs. Dubcek: Yeah. Well, you know, Jewish.
Dick, Harry & Tommy: Jewish! [they confer] Oh!
Dick: So what tipped you off?
Mrs. Dubcek: Well, with your name it's pretty obvious.
Dick: Our name?
Mrs. Dubcek: Solomon.
Dick: Oh, you wonderful, wonderful woman! Thank you so much!
Quote from Dick the Vote
Sally: Hey, Mrs. Dubcek. You want a button?
Mrs. Dubcek: Yeah! I'm glad Harry is standing up for good old-fashioned family values. You could learn from this lesson, Sally. Never date a guy if he's not good to his wife and kids.