Roland Quote #124

Quote from Roland in Asbestos Fest

Roland: No, I need to clean a toilet!
Johnny: You need to clean a toilet?
Roland: [sighs] Yeah, I need to Johnny, I- I mean, with the new baby coming, things are a little tight. Joce and I have been trying to save, but we've been living off cold cuts and waffles. And Jocelyn had to sell her Beanie Baby collection. She didn't get half what that Diana Bear was worth. And now she's working nights down at the gas station.
Johnny: She's working nights?
Roland: No, she's not, but she will have to if things get really bad.


 ‘Asbestos Fest’ Quotes

Quote from Moira

Moira: You know, I know all about being left in the lurch for a fundraiser. Eva Longoria and I were supposed to perform our ventriloquist act for the "Everybody Nose" benefit for juvenile rhinoplasty, when she suddenly drops out due to exhaustion. I had to be both puppet, and puppeteer.

Quote from Moira

Jocelyn: Okay, you know what, Moira? There's just a lot going on right now. I've got a list of three different numbers that you're choosing from, and what would really be helpful to everyone, and when I say everyone, I mean me, is if you could just nail down which one you're gonna perform tonight. I did get the set list from the children's choir two weeks ago.
Moira: I- The easiest to go with is probably "Shoes, Glorious Shoes, the Imelda Marcos Story."
Jocelyn: Okay.
Moira: Never mind. I am going to dust off "Two Heads are Better".
Jocelyn: The one woman Siamese twin play.
Moira: Yes! No! No, you know what? I am going to resurrect "One Crazy Summer, The Patty Hearst Story." It's a tale of perseverance, much like your quest to bring asbestos back to the town.
Jocelyn: Okay, well first of all, we're trying to get rid of the asbestos, Moira, and we really just need you to make a decision, now.

Quote from Alexis

Alexis: Those kids are one hundred percent stealing from you.
David: I don't think so.
Alexis: Okay. They split up into four different directions, one takes the back left corner, one takes the right, one of them asks you if you have those wool hoodies in a different size, while the last one compliments you on your cuticle game. And while you're lapping all that up, the two in the back corner are filling their backpacks full of facial cleanser. It's the exact same move that I used with my klepto friends in the Hamptons.