Boo: "But your gay dad buys all your ballet stuff, why would he suddenly..."
Sasha: "-- Oh my God, Boo. Throw 'em out, set 'em on fire, whatever you want."
HOME FROM OXNARD
Fanny: "Best view of Oxnard is in the rearview mirror."
Michelle: "You should tweet that!"
Strange Jovial Old Man: Pops up in back seat.
Floyd: "I do! I tweet."
Fanny, awesome: "That's surprising to me."
They put Floyd to work -- no last name -- and Fanny clarifies that he'll be sleeping on a cot after working through the night, and will be paid for his labors in snacks and promises.
Michelle: "We're fine vetters. They should put us in charge of finding vice-presidential candidates... He was just so available. I don't like that."
Fanny: "Oh, is that how you judge things like this? If people are willing to do what you want them to do, then you don't want them?"
Michelle: "No, it's just he was our fourth choice. What is it with floor guys?"
Fanny: "They don't like you, that's for sure."
Michelle: "For some reason, I'm not hot in California. Especially Oxnard. Ugh, Oxnard."
Fanny: "Told you!"
Michelle: "He's doing this on credit? Did you seduce him, Mrs. Robinson?"
Fanny: "I don't even know how you get there, to Mrs. Robinson. Floyd is older than God. That's kind of insulting, or it would be if you were trying to make sense."
Michelle: "What's Floyd expecting?"
Fanny: "Young lady. When you get to be my age, you know how to lead a man on, get him to do what you want, give him nothing and send him crying back to his wife."
How A Young Lady Should Do Things, indeed. I see what you did there. And it is both impressive and terrifying to contemplate. How long is it going to be until this broad is the real deal and it all fits together, instead of being Emily Gilmore plus insane tweaks and differences? I realize this is my issue and not the show's, but I kind of pride myself on being flexible in this way and it bugs me that I still get so creeped out when Fanny says shit like that.
Lisa From The Joffrey: "The floors look wonderful!"
Fanny: "I was going to 'fax' you about it."
Lisa: "A couple of days ago, I had to 'fax' the studio in Ojai with the news we weren't coming. They 'faxed' back that they were disappointed..."