17 Quotes from The Golden Girls Guaranteed to Make Your Day
The very best banter from Blanche, Dorothy, Rose, and Sophia.
No matter how long ago the show may have aired, The Golden Girls will always hold a special place in our hearts. What a crew: Betty, Beatrice, Rue, Estelle (better known as Rose, Dorothy, Blanche, and Sophia). That group of girlfriends in Florida have each been nominated for (and won) just about every award out there – from Emmy Awards to Golden Globes. The Golden Girls is considered one of the best-written TV series of all time, and for good reason: the women of The Golden Girls are each funny, bright, and (somewhat) relatable. No matter which Golden Girl you relate to– this gang gives us all hope for a vibrant and vivacious future of female friendships. Although it’s hard to pick just 17 quotables, we’ve narrowed down the show’s funniest moments guaranteed to make you laugh out loud. Relive the glory days of The Golden Girls with these hilarious quotes from the iconic series, and grab a snack and sit down for a 7-season-long marathon.
Blanche, giving us the perfect excuse to shop.
"Crying is for plain women. Pretty women go shopping." -Blanche
Sophia, revealing her rare genius.
"People waste their time pondering whether a glass is half empty or half full. Me, I just drink whatever's in the glass." -Sophia
Dorothy, taking "bless your heart" to a whole new level.
"Go to sleep, sweetheart. Pray for brains." -Dorothy
Rose, confusing us (but also making us laugh out loud).
"It's like we say in St. Olaf -- Christmas without fruitcake is like St. Sigmund's Day without the headless boy." -Rose
Dorothy, proving her sarcasm is unmatched.
Blanche, showing her "humility."
"Well, nobody ever believes me when I'm telling the truth. I guess it's the curse of every devastatingly beautiful woman." -Blanche
Blanche, being real.
Blanche, being self confident.
"Isn't it amazing how I can feel so bad, and still look so good?" -Blanche
Blanche, being Blanche.
Blanche, proving you don't need a man to have fun.
"I've been having a good time, and there wasn't even a man in the room." -Blanche
Dorothy, asserting herself.
Dorothy being frank, Blanche being delusional.
Dorothy, passionately rejecting colloquialisms.
"No! No, I will not have a nice day!" -Dorothy
Dorothy, using history as an insult.
Blanche, pointing out the obvious.
Sophia, asking the most rhetorical question there ever was.
"Have I given you any indication that I care?" -Sophia