17 Quotes from The Golden Girls Guaranteed to Make Your Day
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.
Dorothy: I have a dateBlanche: With a man? Dorothy: No, Blanche. With a Venus Fly Trap.
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
Dorothy: Rose, what are you listening to? Rose: A relaxation tape. The rain is supposed to relax me. Dorothy: Is it working?Rose: Not really. I keep worrying that I left my car windows down.
Blanche, being real.
Dorothy: Oh, c'mon Blanche. Age is just a state of mind.Blanche: Tell that to my thighs.
Blanche, being self confident.
"Isn't it amazing how I can feel so bad, and still look so good?" -Blanche
Blanche, being Blanche.
Rose: Tell me, is it possible to love two men at the same time. Blanche: Set the scene, have we been drinking?
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: Ma, I have a feeling you're lying.Rose: Dorothy, be positive.Dorothy: Okay, I'm positive you're lying.
Dorothy being frank, Blanche being delusional.
Dorothy: You know what's young to me now? Forty. Suddenly, forty is young. Blanche: Oooh... aren't you sweet.
Dorothy, passionately rejecting colloquialisms.
"No! No, I will not have a nice day!" -Dorothy
Dorothy, using history as an insult.
Blanche: Dorothy, what do you think I oughta do with my bed?Dorothy: Put it in the Smithsonian, Blanche. It's got more miles on it than the spirit of St. Louis.
Blanche, pointing out the obvious.
Dorothy: You know what your trouble is? Blanche: Of course not.
Sophia, asking the most rhetorical question there ever was.
"Have I given you any indication that I care?" -Sophia