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Dorothy is terrified of speaking in front of people but has no problem admitting she's a gambling addict, albeit out of nowhere, and Sophia reveals in Season Seven that she was a mascot. How terrified can she be?
Blanche: Dorothy's looking through her high school yearbook to see who's all dead.
Sophia: That's my pussycat, fun, fun, fun!
Dorothy: I'll never be rich before I'm 21, I'll never be homecoming queen.
Sophia: You can still be homecoming queen, it'll just be a different kind of home.
Rose: Dorothy, you're the smart one, Blanche is the sexy one and Sophia is the old one. And I've always been the nice one. Everybody likes me.
Sophia: The old one isn't so crazy about you.
Dorothy: Ma, these are your twilight years.
Sophia: Are you kidding? I'm supposed to be dead! These are your twilight years.
Rose: You all wanna see my vanskapkaka?
Sophia: As long as I don't have to show you mine.
Dorothy does an amateur stand-up comedy performance in this episode.
Blanche had intended to flirt her way out of her IRS woes; however, when a female IRS agent showed up at the door, she immediately told her that she would "write her a check."
After Sophia tells Dorothy that she ran her teeth through the dishwasher, Dorothy tells her "Ma, I think you got Martha Raye and Madge mixed up again."
Martha Raye was an actress and singer who did commercials for Polidentdenture cleaner.
Madge was a woman in commercials for Palmolive,adish-washingdetergent.