Carla Quote #858
Carla: He's never home to help out with the family. And all that would be fine, if I could just visit him for a few bed sprints once in a while. I don't even get that.
Sam: Oh, you're being too tough on him.
Carla: No, I mean it really. He doesn't care or pay attention.
Woody: Carla, it's for you. Some guy from the ice show.
Carla: Case in point, Sammy, I know exactly what that call is. Tomorrow is graduation. It's the most important day in Anne Marie's life. Or is it Serafina? Uh, one of the older kids. Anyway... Eddie's probably having someone call with some lame, stupid excuse why he can't show up. [on the phone] All right. What's his excuse? Uh-huh.
Uh-huh. Uh-huh. Right. Well, these things happen.
Sam: Can't go to graduation, huh?
Carla: No, he can't.
Norm: What's the excuse?
Carla: He's dead.
Woody: Huh. That old one.
Quote from Woody
Father Barry: So we, the friends of Edward LeBec, silently, each in his own way, bid him good-bye, secure in the belief... That he will live in eternal peace.
Woody: I think this is a nice service.
Sam: You've been to a lot of them, Wood?
Woody: What do you mean, Sam?
Sam: Just from the size of your family and all the unfortunate things that seem to happen.
Woody: No, no, no, Sam, you've got that wrong. Very few of those people were killed, just maimed. I had an uncle who lived to be 103. He had both ears till he was 101.
Quote from Frasier
Frasier: Carla, different people deal with the loss of a loved one in different ways. As such, your stoic behavior is quite understandable, but studies in human behavior tell us that we need to grieve. And until we do allow ourselves that emotional release, we can never really get back on the course of life. You see, some people hold in their grief for literally years and years. And all they accomplish is to prolong the grief and the agony, casting a pall over their own remaining days on this earth. [sobs] Oh! Oh, mommy! Mommy, why you? Oh!
Quote from Cheerio, Cheers
Coach: Carla, what are you looking for? A sign from God? Religious belief is based on faith.
Carla: Yeah, well, I never thought I'd say this, Coach, but I think I've lost faith.
Frasier: Hey, listen up, everybody. I have an announcement to make. Diane here is leaving for Europe and she's not coming back to Cheers ever.
[Carla drops to her knees and prays]
Carla: [sings] I believe for every drop of rain that falls a flower grows. I believe that somewhere in the darkest night a candle glows.
Quote from The Beer Is Always Greener
Norm: Hey, hey, hey, hey, Carla, let me get this straight. You're really not going back to Cheers?
Carla: I know it's a lousy job, Norm, but for the amount of money they're throwing at me, it's nothing I can't take.
Bartender: Carla, uh, I'm gonna put a new trainee with you for the next two weeks. She's a bright girl. She's, uh, an anthropology student at B.U. Ellen! Ellen, come meet Carla.
Ellen: Well, you must be Carla. I know what you're thinking: "She doesn't look like a waitress." That's because I'm really a writer. Or actuellement, a poetess.