Olive: Water, H2O.
Lily: In other words for Vodka?
Vivian: Aah! Chlorine! Lily used to say it was like bottled sunshine
Lily: Now it reminds me about kids with bladder controll

Olive: You turned your assistant into a bunny?
The Great Herrmann: My assistant has always been a bunny.
Olive: Oh, I... I just wanted to see if he knew that.

Do either of you have a gun? Then I'm going with Emerson...

Chuck: Yeah, imagine if we'd dragged Ned here and found out that his dad's still an emotional disaster.
Olive: And it turns out he's older and crankier and drinks $6 bottles of sour mash. Oh, Ned would have a trump card of an I-told-you-so.

Olive: Here comes the center of the universe, pulling us all into her gravitational orbit of blame.
Chuck: Oh, well, FYI, um, there is no center of the universe because our universe is forever expanding.
Olive: Like your neediness. "Wah, respect my feelings. Wah, don't fence me in. Wah, don't treat me like I'm dead." Well, if you're so dead, how can you be needy? Oh right... you're selfish!

Olive: It's like we're trapped in a sachet in a panty drawer of a dead shut-in, who was shut in her bedroom by her cat so that it would have to smell the scene of Freesia. Can't you smell it?
Chuck: Yeah. That would be my Freesia hair detangler that you said smells amazing yesterday.
Olive: Wish I hadn't now.

Emerson: What got thee to a nunnery?
Olive: Oh, Emerson. You really want to know?
Emerson: Not especially. That was just my attempt at polite wee talk. Moment's passed, so let's talk compensation.

There are Commandments! We follow all ten, and I am commanding you to stop!

I could throw up in my mouth a little and not even know the difference.

But I like my belongings. That's why they belong to me.

Chuck: Poor Kentucky. What a horrible way to die. Thousands of little stingers stinging you.
Olive: Like little stinging secrets that don't just sting you once. They keep stinging you until you're bloated and filled with pus. Who wanted a la mode?

Lily: This place knows things about me nobody knows.
Olive: Like that you holidayed here thirty years ago and found a baby in a cabbage patch. And by "cabbage patch," I mean your lady parts.

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Pushing Daisies Quotes

She read about people she could never be, on adventures she would never have. Life was good enough until one day it wasn't. Chuck wanted more. But at Boutique Travel Travel Boutique she got more than she bargained for.

Narrator

A bird with gossip. How exciting.

Vivian
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