Quote of the Day: Golden Girls

In honor of Estelle Getty, who was born on this day in 1923 (July 25, 1923 – July 22, 2008), here are some of her quotes as Sophia on Golden Girls.


Dorothy: Well Blanche is certainly taking her sister’s novel better than I would. I would kill my sister Gloria if she ever wrote about my sex life.

Sophia: You would kill your sister over a pamphlet?


Rose: Belief can be powerful. I had a sty once, and every night I would close my eyes and think about it getting smaller and smaller until it went away!

[Sophia leans on the fridge with her eyes closed]

Dorothy:
Ma, what’s wrong?

Sophia: Nothing. I’m just trying to make Rose go away.


Blanche: I have writer’s block. It’s the worst feeling in the world.

Sophia: Try ten days without a bowel movement sometime.


Sophia: If I met a man who was over seventy but still looked half-way decent, I’d be on my back faster than you could say, “I’ve fallen and I can’t get up!”

 

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Remember That Song: 7/25/17

Can you name the artist and song:

Out of the blue she reaches for you
And you tell her you don’t have the time


Last Song: “Waiting for a Star to Fall” by Boy Meets Girl from the album Reel Life (1988)
Great job Steven (@stemac26)!!!

And carry your heart into my arms
That’s where you belong
In my arms baby, yeah

 

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Quote of the Day: Airplane!

[as the plane prepares to take off]

Hanging Lady: Nervous?

Ted Striker: Yes.

Hanging Lady: First time?

Ted Striker: No, I’ve been nervous lots of times.

Happy 70th birthday to Robert Hays!
Surely, you can’t be serious that he’s already 70!
I am serious. And don’t call me Shirley.

 

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Remember That Song: 7/24/17

Can you name the artist and song:

And carry your heart into my arms
That’s where you belong
In my arms baby, yeah


Last Song: “Keep On Runnin’” by Journey from the album Escape (1981)

It’s Friday night
Let’s run tonight
Till the morning light

 

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Quote of the Day: Good Morning, Vietnam

Goooooooood morning Vietnam! It’s 0600 hours. What does the “O” stand for? O my God, it’s early! Speaking of early, let’s hear it for that Marty Lee Drywitz. Silky smooth sounds, making me sound like Peggy Lee…

Robin Williams was born on this day in 1951

 

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Remember That Song: 7/21/17

Can you name the artist and song:

It’s Friday night
Let’s run tonight
Till the morning light


Last Song: “I Know You’re Out There Somewhere” by The Moody Blues from the album Sur La Mer (1988)

The mist is lifting slowly
I can see the way ahead
And I’ve left behind the empty streets
That once inspired my life

 

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Quote of the Day: Porky’s

Pee Wee Morris: All I need is a watermelon and two jelly donuts!

Billy: That’s it. I am not taking a shower with you.

[Billy and the other guys get up and leave]

Pee Wee Morris: Religious fanatics.

Happy 62nd birthday to Dan “Pee Wee” Monahan!!!

 

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Remember That Song: 7/20/17

Can you name the artist and song:

The mist is lifting slowly
I can see the way ahead
And I’ve left behind the empty streets
That once inspired my life


Last Song: “I Want It All” by Queen from the album The Miracle (1989)

Happy birthday to Brian May, who turned 70 yesterday!

Great job bierpumpe!!!

Listen all you people
Come gather round
I gotta get me a game plan
Gotta shake you to the ground

 

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Remember That Song: 7/19/17

Can you name the artist and song:

Listen all you people
Come gather round
I gotta get me a game plan
Gotta shake you to the ground


Last Song: “She Works Hard For The Money” by Donna Summer from the album She Works Hard For The Money (1983)

Great job Brent (@jonbrent13)!!!

 

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