Stargirl Season 1 Episode 7: "Shiv Part One" Quotes
Pat: It’s more like a driver’s ed class, you know?
Courtney: Well, less of a class and more of a hands-on experience, right? Because the only way to learn how to drive is to just do it.
Pat: Actually you’re not right because you’re not just going to jump behind the wheel of an automobile without learning a few fundamental rules. That’s a good way to get yourself and everyone you love killed.
Mike: Geez dad.
Courtney: Why is Cindy Burman so mean?
Yolanda: She’s always been like that.
Beth: No, I remember in elementary school she was a lot nicer. Then her mom died and her dad got remarried – twice actually – and then overnight, she became the scariest kid in the fourth grade.
Jenny: Why are you such a bitch?
Cindy: What did you say?
Jenny: I’m saying I’m glad you’re not going to the dance because I need a break from you.
Cindy: What are you staring at?
Courtney: You haven’t looked at the directions once.
Cindy: Yeah, this is child’s play. I literally did this as a child.
Courtney: You played with dangerous chemicals as a kid? That’s kind of unusual.
Cindy: Yeah, not when your dad’s a chemist and leaves the cupboards unlocked on purpose. We did science experiments for fun.
Courtney: Oh, that sounds kind of cool.
Cindy: What did your dad do?
Courtney: I don’t really know. My stepdad’s a mechanic, but my real dad died when I was younger, but I hear he was this really great guy.
Cindy: Mmh, sad he died.
Bobbie: I do hope it was nice.
Cindy: Do you? Do you really hope that I had a good day? Because if I were you, I would be praying I would be hit by a car. My day was awful if you must know.
Bobbie: I think I might retire to my room a bit early.
Cindy: No, no, no, no, I want an afterschool snack, Mom. How about some cheese and wine?
Bobbie: You know I can’t serve you wine, you silly goose.
Cindy: Hmm, so you’re disobeying me again.
Bobbie: No, I’m not disobeying you. Your father has given me very strict instructions on alcohol and curfew.
Cindy: I’m going to tell him how awful you’ve been to me. You’re in so much trouble.
Bobbie: Please, Cindy, honey, I’ll get a wine. How about a nice Pinot Noir? I keep a bottle in my room.
Cindy: Just put it in mine.
Pat: We need to go over two crucial categories: one, what you guys can do, and two, what the bad guys can do.
Rick: We know what we can do. I can hit things hard. Yolanda can climb up walls and kill toasters. Beth can talk about everything.
Beth: Happy to.
Rick: And Courtney has a glow stick that blows things up.
Cindy: I can’t take it anymore.
Dragon King: Can’t take what exactly?
Cindy: Being a teenager.
Dragon King: You are a teenager.
Cameron: You had trouble asking Mom out?
Icicle: Well, I had competition. There was another man pursuing her.
Cameron: So what’d you do?
Icicle: I killed him.
Mike: He’s my dad you know, not yours.
Courtney: What are you talking about?
Mike: I’m talking about you and him hanging out all the time, him teaching you how to learn to drive and cook and be annoying. Do you see me with Barbara 24/7 because I don’t have a mother? No, you don’t because I deal with it. Pat and I have been through a lot, more than you know.