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Ronnie's Party

‘Ronnie's Party’

Season 2, Episode 10 - Aired March 8, 2016

Moira and Johnny attend a campaign event at Ronnie's house in the hopes of winning over a key demographic. Meanwhile, Ted isn't sure Alexis is up for the job, and David is asked to babysit his boss's step-daughter.

Quote from David

David: My boss's life is a bit of a mess right now, so I said I'd help out by babysitting her stepdaughter.
Stevie: And you're sure you can do this on your own?
David: Mm-hmm. Um, 'cause I'm a fully capable human being. Um, if you happen to find any Xanax lying around anywhere, can you just Let me know about that?


Quote from Alexis

Doris: I think I might just pick up these treats while I wait.
Alexis: Oh um, yeah, no, um... But these treats are actually gonna go on sale next week, so maybe you just wanna hold off until then?
Doris: Well, I think he'd really like them.
Alexis: Yeah. I'm sure he would really like them If he wasn't... dead.
Doris: What?
Alexis: Yeah, he's dead. But! But the good news is, you're not.

Quote from David

Mandy: Has that actress had work done too?
David: Um, yeah, you can always tell because their upper lip sort of I mean, like, puffs a bit.

Quote from Moira

Johnny: Moira, I have a feeling not every woman here is a lesbian.
Moira: Oh, John, you love to think women are flirting with you.
Johnny: No, I was just talking someone over there who has a husband. A male husband.
Ronnie: Everything all right?
Moira: Yes. Ronnie, when mentioned earlier that I might lock down a key demographic this evening, you meant what?
Ronnie: Entrepreneurs. Everyone here is a member of the women's business association.
Johnny: Oh. Business association.
Moira: Yes, that's what I...

Quote from Moira

Moira: Well, ladies, I'm-I'm not that different from any of you. I had my first job at the age of ten, sweeping up hair in a beauty salon. I will never forget the value of a hard day's work. Believe me when I tell you, if elected, I will put just as much work into my time on council as you women put into your businesses every day.

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