"I am a Southern woman. My methods of warfare are purely psychological."

Hart of Dixie
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We loved Alabama-based television show Hart of Dixie for its feisty wit, eccentric characters, and uncanny way of reminding us all of the tiny Southern towns we grew up in. From one-liners (and there are a lot of them!) to perfect comebacks, we've gone through all four seasons of this quirky Southern show to share all of our favorite quotes from Lemon, AnnaBeth, Zoe, Lavon, and all of Bluebell with you.

Wade Kinsella: You're drunk as a boiled owl! (Season 1, Episode 1)

Lemon Breeland: When I heard that Daddy had hired a new secretary, I told myself, 'Lemon, you have got to bring that girl a covered dish!' (Season 1, Episode 3)

Lemon: I believe everything tastes better when you make it with love. (Season 1, Episode 4)

Lemon: I like clipping recipes and making dinners! (Season 1, Episode 8)

AnnaBeth Nass: Oh there you are! I thought you'd been called up in the rapture or something. (Season 1, Episode 9)

Lemon: Why don't you find yourself another roadside accident to put your morbid gaze upon? (Season 1, Episode 18)

George Tucker: I'm eating this beignet right now, and I swear to you it is a religious experience. (Season 1, Episode 19)

Lemon: Well don't just stand there! You look like a public statue honoring the confused. (Season 1, Episode 21)

Magnolia Breeland: I'd like to butter his biscuit. He looks like a man who enjoys a nice dairy spread on his bread products. (Season 1, Episode 22)

Officer Pickett: You crazy? It's cats and dogs out there. A Southern gentleman drives a lady right to her doorstep. (Season 1, Episode 22)

Lemon: Sir, if the sun gets too bright in here, feel free to wear your hat indoors. If not, let's take it off, okay? (Season 2, Episode 2)

*Honorable mention for Southern Living's special shoutout in Season 2, Episode 2: Always On My Mind

Wade: It's called painting. Maybe you've seen it on one of your HGTV channels. (Season 2, Episode 3)

Lemon: Come on, AnnaBeth. You know there's nothing more divisive than a college football allegiance. I mean, Rawlins & Sons became Rawlins & Son when Frankie Jr. chose Bama! (Season 2. Episode 5)

Lemon: I know we will all miss the dry, scraping sound of your voice against our ears. (Season 2, Episode 6)

Lavon Hayes: I'll make my Mama's buttermilk biscuits. One bite, and he'll have nothing but love for Lavon Hayes. (Season 2, Episode 7)

Lavon: No, no, no! You can insult my leadership, you can even insult my football career – but not my Mama's cooking! Not under my roof. Uh-uh! (Season 2, Episode 8)

AnnaBeth: Don't mind me; I'm just testing the limits of my waterproof mascara. Yep, there it is! (Season 2, Episode 11)

*Honorable mention for Southern Living's "Pioneer Days" shoutout in Season 2, Episode 11: Old Alabama

Zoe Hart: [holding 5 pies after her breakup with Wade] Thank you. I've never been surrounded by more calories. (Season 2, Episode 17)

Brick Breeland: You are what we here in the Southern states refer to as a blabbermouth. (Season 2, Episode 20)

Tansy Truitt: And if I hear that you have even been in spittin' distance of any more trouble, I'm calling Mama. (Season 2, Episode 20)

Lemon: There's no one I respect more than a man who respects his mother. (Season 3, Episode 2)

Zoe: Let's try over by the Hem-and-Haw.
Joel Stevens: That's a real place? Wow, South, you do not disappoint. (Season 3, Episode 2)

AnnaBeth: Nothing kills a dinner party like the guest of honor, you know, being killed. (Season 3, Episode 2)

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Betty Breeland: Come on, Lemon. If the Red Sea can be parted, perhaps we can resurrect your social standing from the dead! (Season 3, Episode 4)

Betty Breeland to Brick: Just because I am focused on the Titanic which is your daughter's life does not mean that I have forgotten about the Hindenburg which is yours. (Season 3, Episode 4)

Caroline Hayes: Like my daddy used to say, 'If enough people tell you you're drunk, sometimes it's a good idea to lie down.' (Season 3, Episode 9)

AnnaBeth: Oh no. Earl is six king-size sheets to the wind. (Season 3, Episode 13)

AnnaBeth: Waiting on a man named Chicken: The AnnaBeth Nass Story. (Season 3, Episode 15)

AnnaBeth: Well, imagine my surprise. You'll notice my surprise looks exactly like not surprised at all. (Season 3, Episode 17)

AnnaBeth: In Bluebell, dating a Gainey is almost as bad as dating a Florida State fan. (Season 3, Episode 18)

Lemon: I am a Southern woman. My methods of warfare are purely psychological. (Season 4, Episode 4)

Lemon: Somewhere, right now, Diana Ross is spinning in her grave.
AnnaBeth: Or hailing a taxi. I'm pretty sure she's still alive. (Season 4, Episode 4)