Carlton Quote #102

Quote from Carlton in Granny Gets Busy

Carlton: This equal-opportunity thing has gone just a little too far. I can't believe they're letting girls play on my intramural baseball team.
Hilary: Ooh, next thing you know, they'll be letting us vote.
Carlton: Don't even get me started on that issue. Women have their place, but men are the cornerstone of civilization. Not only are we good at men-things, but we're good at women-things, too.
Ashley: I can't believe you're serious. Hilary and I could do a so-called man-thing a lot better than either of you could do a so-called woman-thing.
Carlton: Would you care to place a little wager? I bet you couldn't... Couldn't, um...
Will: Assemble an exercise bike. Oh, my goodness. We got one right here!


 ‘Granny Gets Busy’ Quotes

Quote from Philip

Philip: Mama wasn't playing cards with Mrs. Sweeting last night. She was out with Ed, the handyman. I saw them kissing good night.
Vivian: Um, sweetheart, I understand why you're upset but your parents had a long, wonderful marriage. But your mother's been alone for almost a year now. Can you imagine how lonely she must be? If she's found someone, can't you just be happy for her?
Philip: No.
Vivian: Philip, think about it. If you die tomorrow, what would you want me to do?
Philip: Jump in with me and bring the kids.
Vivian: Oh, you don't mean that.
Philip: You're right. Leave the kids.

Quote from Hilary

Will: Is this the saddest sight that you've seen, man? Other than your girlfriend in biker shorts?
Ashley: We are doing just fine, thank you.
Hilary: As a matter of fact, as soon as we put it together, we'll be done.

Quote from Philip

Vivian: So, Ed, Hattie tells us that you grew up on a farm.
Ed: That's right, a horse farm.
Philip: My daddy had a horse.
Carlton: Mr. Downer, what breed did you raise?
Ed: Appaloosas. They have the most beautiful spotted coats.
Philip: My dad had a spotted coat, then he had it cleaned.
Ashley: Did you have any other animals on your farm?
Ed: Of course, we had chickens, cows, and a great old dog named Brownie.
Philip: My dad loved brownies. He once ate a whole pan-full.
Will: That explains a lot.