Sophia Quote #1953

Quote from Sophia in The Monkey Show

Dorothy: Ma, what are you doing?
Sophia: Filling sandbags, Dorothy. There's a hurricane a-coming.
Dorothy: "A-coming"?
Sophia: That's right. People only use the "A" when a really big storm is a-coming or a-brewing. So grab a sack and start a-shoveling.


 ‘The Monkey Show’ Quotes

Quote from Rose

Blanche: Oh, you're back from your session early. Was it as cathartic as you thought?
Dorothy: Well, I don't know if "cathartic" is the word.
Rose: You should do what I do. I find if I repeat a word that's confused me, I look smarter than I really am. Like, "Was it cathartic?" "Oh, I've had a catharticism." "Of course, I'm not the type to kiss and cathartirize."

Quote from Sophia

Dorothy: Ma, the weather report said nothing about a hurricane.
Sophia: Ida Pearlberg down at the senior center woke up this morning with a leg cramp. Need I say more?
Dorothy: Yes.
Sophia: Dorothy, when you get around my age, two things happen. One, you get more intuitive about the weather. And two, corn becomes your enemy.

Quote from Rose

Dorothy: Look, I'm sorry if I seemed insensitive, but in every relationship there are always times when you don't wanna be with each other. I mean, Stan and I went through a period where we had no marital relations at all. I totally cut off his sex.
Rose: You mean it grows back?
Dorothy: Yes, Rose. He's a lizard. I mean, we stopped having sex.