Blanche Devereaux : [Sophia has gone missing, and the Girls are on edge] Oh, girls, let's not be mean to each other. That won't solve anything.
Dorothy Hollingsworth : Well, there wouldn't be anything to solve if you had let me take Ma home, like I wanted to.
Blanche Devereaux : Since when is this my fault?
Dorothy Hollingsworth : Since you started forcing my mother to do hard labor.
Blanche Devereaux : [deeply offended] I don't believe you said that. Oh, f I weren't a lady, I'd deck you.
Dorothy Hollingsworth : You try it, I'll have you on your back so fast, you'll think you're out on a date.
Blanche Devereaux : [Sophia goes missing after the Girls disagree as to where she should live] Oh, Dorothy, any luck finding Sophia?
Dorothy Hollingsworth : No, and I went to all her usual hangouts in the mall.
Blanche Devereaux : Did you try that geriatric shoe store she likes to hang out at? What's the name of it...
Dorothy Hollingsworth : Oh, Still Kicking? Haven't seen her since last week.
Chuy Castillos : Did you try the police?
Dorothy Hollingsworth : Yes, but they told me not to expect much, because her description fits half the women in Miami. And a quarter of the men.