Amy Sosa Quotes     Page 27 of 27

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Cheyenne: Okay, I gave Justine a muscle relaxer and put her in her car. She keeps mumbling about feet, but that's not a forever thing, I don't think.
Glenn: This is horrible. I mean, we've had severed feet before, but just a sprinkling, you know, once in a while.
Dina: It's okay. We know the drill. I'll call Curtis at the police station. He's our go-to for any recovered body parts.
Jonah: Now, hang on, hang on. Before we turn this into a full-on crime scene, what if, hypothetically, we didn't find this bag of feet until after the Zephra analyst left?
Cheyenne: Do you mean just, like, ignore the bag of gross, dead feet in the middle of the floor?
Amy: I mean, it would be safer to move it to the back.
Dina: Safer for who? The foot slicer you're suddenly trying to aid and abet?
Amy: Yeah, Dina, you got me. I'm in on it. I just happened to show up in the store the day a bag of feet was discovered, and... Okay, that sounds more plausible than I... I'm not in on it!

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Megan: [on the phone] Hey, sorry to make you hop on a call.
Amy: Oh, please. Come on. We are in a pandemic, girl. I'm either talking to you or my houseplants. [chuckles]
Megan: Don't you have two children?
Amy: I do. Yeah, I do. Uh, so what's up?
Megan: Well, I was looking at the store schematics, and the café and pharmacy are complete flipped. Just wanna make sure you sent the right ones.
Amy: Oh, yeah, actually, when the tornado happened...
Garrett: [enters] Hey, you know, I think it's really messed up that you came all the way back here and you haven't even said hi to me.
Amy: I'm so sorry, Megan, um, my neighbor just barged in. That work-from-home life, am I right?
Garrett: Also, you left your trash cans in my driveway.
Amy: Whoa, was that just an earthquake? Nope. False alarm. You never do know out here in California.

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Megan: Wait, why are you here?
Amy: Look, um... I know that the foot thing is bad. I'm not trying to say that it's not, but you can't close this store. You- You just... you can't. I... I don't have a good reason why, but these people are my family. I... I... I grew up here. I spent half of my life...
Megan: Amy, we're not closing this one.
Amy: What? Really?
Megan: It has great square footage, nice and central. It'll make a perfect fulfillment center.
Amy: A fulfillment center?
Megan: Mm-hmm.
Amy: So it's not gonna be a store anymore? Well, what about everybody's jobs?
Megan: Well, I'm sure they'll keep a handful of people but...
Amy: No, you can't just do this to us...
Megan: Well, Amy, you'll keep your job.
Amy: [looks at the employees] No I won't. 'Cause I quit.

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