Boo: "You're talking to me?"
Sasha: "I've done Ginger a million times. I really don't care."
Boo: "Can I ask you something? How come you went into the sun for the first time since we were four years old?"
Sasha: "People change. Perhaps I love the sun now. Or is it possible you're the only person in town that didn't get the embossed, wax-stamped memorandum that I fucking hate ballet?"
Boo: "So you're not mad at me? This self-sabotage is all about you? I am not going to end up with some kind of asshole-related whiplash later?"
Sasha: "No, sweetie. I am operating so many levels above you it's possible your life won't even be affected when I go ballistic. Plus, you're the only thing I actually like, besides Fanny and Michelle. So thanks for the dessert and please go put on some pants that don't make me want to punch you in the neck."
Fanny: "Hmm. I'm confused."
Michelle: "Is this like, supposed to be real life? None of the people acted like people..."
Fanny: "And what the fuck was with that random dance number? Just filling up time?"
Michelle: "Maybe this is somebody's therapy?"
Fanny: "It seems... angry. At the idea of being a play."
Michelle: "It's like it wants us to agree that it's an improvement on theatre..."
Fanny: "-- Yes, like an HBO thing..."
Michelle: "But then you're like, I wasn't trying to clip your wings, I just wanted a compelling reason to be here today."
My friend Sarah -- a Gilmore diehard just like yours truly -- said, a couple weeks back after the Istanbul Situation: "This is the weirdest thing I've ever seen on TV. Including Tyra Banks's talk show."
Michelle: "I'm going to the bathroom. But I'm going to use a thing called the Ortega Maneuver. [Forever and ever, but basically, you don't get up when everybody else does, and that way the line is shorter.]"
Fanny: "That is such a simple plan!"
Michelle: "I know, right?"
Fanny: "No, I mean like, why would you actually have to think that up or call it a plan or give it a special name?"
Michelle: "Anyway. I'm going to be a bitch to that lady some mo..."
Woman: "Oh, excuse me! I'm actually getting up too."