Shirley: And remember, if you don't believe Sheba will bite your face off. Spook to ya' later!
Shirley: Ladies and gentlemen please open your brains and join me, as we try to bring the normal and the abnormal just that little bit further together.
Shirley: Talking of stars, out of space sounds like my kind of place. A massive Milky Way, loads of Galaxies and even a Mars.
Shirley: You're not giving me much to go on are you? Just a magnifying glass.
Shirley: Oh for fu… bloody hell, please! All right? I'm just trying.
Shirley: They didn't know what IBS was. Now it's got a name, irritable bowel syndrome.
Shirley: You killed me Tamlin, with your messy arse.
Shirley: Right, is there someone here, ok? With something going on in their life?
Shirley: There's a unit. Who understands… you understand a unit?
Man: A unit of what though?
Shirley: I don't know. A unit of alcohol, kitchen unit, bathroom unit, tens and units. A bloody school teacher, Mr Unit? Do you understand that?
Shirley: Right Mr Unit, do you understand?
Man: A unit, yeah.
Shirley: A unit? Is it Mr Unit?
Man: No, not Mr Unit.
Shirley: Psychiatric unit? (At laughing audience) WHAT?! CAN YOU PLEASE…? ALL RIGHT, (back at man) Is it psychiatric unit?
Shirley: (pause) What do the initials Rod Hull mean? I can't do this. I need bloody Sheba. I really… can I just…? Please. Just somebody go along with something.
Wendy Grossman has written an extremely detailed piece on her participation in High Spirits With Shirley Ghostman which can be found online.
Shirley: And you know that fire? It turns into the fire of London.
Shirley is referring to the great fire of 1666 which destroyed a large area of London.
Shirley: Tens and units?
This is a method of doing mathematics.