Okay, I haven't sampled anything from the other side of the buffet since I traveled with the Grateful Dead, but golly Moses, she's a muffinBerta [upon seeing Kandi sunbathing]
Charlie: I want to share this with my entire family.
Berta: Okay, I'm leaving.
Charlie: Berta, I consider you part of my family.
Berta: Am I in your will?
Charlie: No, but neither are the rest of them
I find just a couple of Valiums in my coffee keeps me from snapping necks
You spent all that money on an ex-wife and an ex-wife's house and you're not allowed inside either one of themBerta [to Alan]
Alan: I'm a victim here.
Berta: Oh, yeah, you've got victim written all over you.
Alan: But does my brother sympathize?
Berta: Do Catholic priests make good babysitters?
Berta: You mind if I take your room?
Alan: Gee! You want to take my room, I...
Berta: Trust me, you would want me to have a room with a private crapper
Berta: You know, you've got a great view here.
Charlie: You're just noticing?
Berta: My days here are spent looking at dirty toilets and washing horse starch you call sheets
Alan: Charlie's coming to work with me.
Alan: He's helping me around the office.
Berta: You wanna bet?
Berta [about Charlie]: He just getting home?
Berta: You really have to wonder how long he can keep burning that penis at both ends
What's the oompa loompa doing here on a weekday?Berta [about Jake]
Charlie doesn't go near sick women, I mean physically sick. Around here, one sneeze will get you cab fair and a travel mug
Charlie [to Norman]: I am-- I am, I am so sorry. I had no idea that she was married. Believe me, I have a firm rule when it comes to sleeping with married women.
Berta: Yeah, if she's firm enough, he'll do her.
Charlie [to Berta]: I'm sorry, isn't there something around here you could be cleaning?
Berta: I'm guessing you could use a good scrubbing.