Mary Quote #195

Quote from Mary in Sex and the Sally

Mary: You know, I can't believe how flaky that sole was.
Dick: Mm. You know what I can't believe? That you've never been pregnant.
Mary: What?
Dick: Considering how many "gentlemen callers" you've had, it's kind of a miracle.
Mary: Dick, I can't have children.
Dick: Oh, Mary... why not?
Mary: Because I hate them.
Dick: Oh, well, we're okay then.

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 ‘Sex and the Sally’ Quotes

Quote from Harry

Dick: This makes no sense. You're getting paid to do nothing. Meanwhile, I'm expected to pay tips to people for doing things that I'm already paying them to do.
Harry: It's only fair, Dick. It's a reward for good service.
Dick: You know about tipping?
Harry: Well, sure. That's how I make most of my money down at the bar.
Dick: But I never tip you.
Harry: And that's why your drink always has that funny taste.

Quote from Sally

Sally: Well, I'm going to Don's. We're gonna have sex tonight.
Dick: That sounds like fun.
Tommy: Hey, Sally, are you ovulating?
Sally: No. Are you?
Tommy: No. But you ought to be careful tonight at Don's. You know, he's got millions of sperm.
Sally: Who told you that?
Tommy: I just learned it. I'm just saying you don't wanna get pregnant.
Sally: Pfft! You can't get pregnant like that. You get pregnant from... sitting on a toilet seat or swimming in a pool with some guys.
Harry: Oh, no.

 Mary Albright Quotes

Quote from A Dick Replacement

Mary: Listen, you. That psychic didn't know anything. You have many, many years ahead of you, and I will be right by your side. And after that, I don't want anybody else.
Dick: Mary, you'd rather be alone?
Mary: After you, I'm done.
Dick: Of course you are. How could I expect you to ever settle for anyone else after being with someone like me? I've ruined you.
Mary: More than you'll ever know.

Quote from Youth is Wasted on the Dick

Mary: Sterling Lake is really special to me, Dick. I spent so many happy summers there with my family when I was young.
Dick: Wait a second. You had a youth, too?
Mary: Yes, Dick.
Dick: Well, what was it like, or can you still remember?
Mary: It was wonderful. We lived in log cabins we built ourselves. Oh! And when Mr. Lincoln came to town, we were all a-flutter. What do you think it was like, Dick?