Beverly Quote #1372

Quote from Beverly in Who's Afraid of Brea Bee?

Beverly: Wait. Is that... It is. Geoff Schwartz! What are the chances?
Geoff: Down the street from my parents' house? Pretty high.
Beverly: Well, this is a happy co-ink-a-dink, because I have some stuff you left at our house.
Geoff: Okay, you can just put those things in the back. Or just climb in and crush my sunglasses. [car door closes]
Beverly: Here's the elegant "Gerica" sweater that reminds you of the good times.
Geoff: That's clearly not mine.
Beverly: Oh, and a bottle of Erica's favorite perfume. Wow. That's gotta bring back some memories, huh?
Geoff: [coughs] My eyes! It's so searing and evocative!
Beverly: Mm. Look. Her diary. Oopsy. I opened it. "Dear diary, I sure do miss Geoff's snuggly body. I wish he could go back to being my loverboy."
Geoff: It's obvious you're trying to get me to go back to Erica.
Beverly: How dare you? I'm just a concerned citizen randomly walking the neighborhood with the possessions of my daughter and her former loverboy.
Geoff: Please stop saying "loverboy."
Beverly: Does "boy lover" feel more natural?
Geoff: It does not.
Beverly: I guess someone can't have an open and honest conversation.
Geoff: I'm sorry. It's just, however hard you think this breakup is for you, it's harder for me.
Beverly: Geoff, I know.
Geoff: Thank you.
Beverly: But I will 1,000% get you back together, whether you want me to or not. [car door closes]
Geoff: You left your box!
Beverly: Geoff, that [bleep] isn't mine.


 ‘Who's Afraid of Brea Bee?’ Quotes

Quote from Barry

Adult Adam: [v.o.] Back in the '80s, there was no more beloved couple than Erica and Geoff. Unfortunately, after a disastrous camping trip, they were utterly broken up, and Erica wasn't ready for the world to know.
Erica: Hey, um, Barry, nobody else knows about the breakup besides you. You will not tell the dopes inside this house.
Barry: But I keep nothing from them. Intimate financial details, anatomical distresses, historical shames... it's all for public consumption.

Quote from Murray

Barry: As you know, Joanne and I have been getting very serious recently.
Murray: Wait, the lady from the car wash? Ah, she does a deep scrub. Good for you, pal!

Quote from Adam

Adult Adam: [v.o.] Getting the lead was the highest honor for a drama kid, and it wasn't just some silly musical. For the first time, I was going to act.
Brea: I'm so psyched for you.
Adam: Right? It's like I'm whoever the best athlete in the world is, but for theater.
Brea: So, the Michael Jordan of theater?
Adam: I'll take your word for it, but maybe.