Phyllis: (to Ron) You just got yourself three votes. If my cats could vote, you'd have seven.
Mona: (when Spencer and Phyllis talk about her pathetic love life) Hello? Mona has ears, and feelings.
Phyllis: And ovaries that aren't getting any younger.
Dee Dee: What's a Hungry Man dinner?
Mona: It's something you have on Christmas when your dad's with his other family.
Phyllis: There I was answering phones at the United Negro College Fund and he winked at me, and you know what I did? Well, I'll tell you what I didn't do: Lou Rawls!
Phyllis: You know, I've always regretted the time I let a good man go.
Mona: Aw, not another story about Dad.
Phyllis: I said a good man.
Phyllis: (to Mona and Dee Dee) Clearly you don't read USA Today. Here's what it says in a nutshell: Rhere ain't no more men!
Dee Dee: Look at us. This is so sad. Alone, rejected, pigging out.
Big Dee Dee: Oh my God! We've become Mona and Phyllis!