"I'd like to take this opportunity to say something ... here ... in front of a lot of people. It's humiliating, and I deserve to be humiliated. Carl? I like you. You're great, and I think you're hot. And I am such a dope! A big stupid slobbering moron..."
Wow. I mean, it was going to be a bloodbath, but...
"I know tonight isn't about you and me... Not that there is a you and me, but if there was a you and me, tonight would definitely not be the night to discuss it. Here, or any public place probably..."
Fanny: "Holy shit. Get her out of there."
Michelle: "This is a fucking trainwreck! What have I done?"
"But you put it all out there for me once, and now it's my turn. You're amazing, and you liked me. And I was lucky, and I didn't realize that, and I was stupid, and I'm sorry, and I will be sorry forever."
Fanny: "Wait, this is awesome. Never mind."
Michelle: "Yeah. That's our girl."
"I don't expect you to forgive me, but if you ever decided that you want Ginger around again ... I'm here, Fred."
"Rainbow Connection," barfingly, starts playing, and everybody applauds her, and we get our second dance sequence of the episode. If you were under the impression that this song isn't played out, maybe you got a little tear in your eye. Mostly it's just happy to see Boo dancing.
Fanny: "Sometimes it's like this TV show is taking place on a spaceship. Like a hallucination, or a terrible, wonderful dream."
Michelle: "Yeah, but it's also cute at the same time. You can see how moms would like it. Or girls that are too close to their moms. Or ladies that wish they had been closer to their moms. People who wear sweaters with people or animals on them. Top hats like it's no big deal. Virgins. Or like, you come home after a hard day of helping them sell Girl Scout cookies outside a supermarket, and you put your feet up and watch this."
Fanny: "This frigging fundraiser, when will it end?"
Michelle: "Why are you so mad? Before the commercial break we were doing shots together, like in the pilot right before your son's life was brutally cut short. The last time anything made sense at all."
Fanny: "Check this shit out. Montana? That was Michael's deal, not our deal. He bought a piece of land, he's gonna build a house."
Michelle: "Did you tell him about the cabin?"
Fanny: "This isn't Battlestar Galactica, you foolish girl. The cabin was just a fantasy."
Michelle: "But what about how you want him and you love him and all that?"
Fanny: "He's never even owned a house, or a car, or... He even rented his tux for gigs, he said he didn't want to have Things. Now he wants Things, Things in Montana."