Gladys Leeman
Top Links
main detailsbiographyby votesphoto galleryquotes
by yearby typeby ratingsby votesby TV seriesby genreby keyword
Did You Know?
photo galleryquotes

Quotes for
Gladys Leeman (Character)
from Drop Dead Gorgeous (1999)

The content of this page was created by users. It has not been screened or verified by IMDb staff.
Drop Dead Gorgeous (1999)
Gladys Leeman: [looking for a parking space] You'd think they'd have the parking lot of America to go with the Mall of America.
[Gladys parks in a handicapped parking space]
Iris Clark: That's a $200 fine!
Gladys Leeman: I told ya I would move the car if a cripple came. Now just run in the store and pick out some outfits.

Voice of Documentarian: [Gladys has just thought of a theme for the pageant: Proud to be an American] So what was the theme of the pageant last year?
Gladys Leeman: Oh, that was "Buy American"
Voice of Documentarian: And the year before that was...?
Gladys Leeman: "USA is A-OK!"
Voice of Documentarian: And can you remember the theme of your favorite pageant?
Gladys Leeman: Can I? "Amer-I-Can!" People ask me where I get this, I don't know, it's... maybe a gift from God or somethin'.

Gladys Leeman: He sells reproductions! His furniture's as fake as my orgasms!

Gladys Leeman: [nearly runs over a priest] Gosh darn it! Hello, Father Donegan - Sidewalks? Sidewalks?
[Iris mimes drinking - "glug, glug"]
Gladys Leeman: Iris, stop it. It's not his fault, the communal wine just proves too tempting for some of them.
Iris Clark: And that's why we Lutherans use grape Kool-Aid for the blood of Christ.

Gladys Leeman: American Teen Princesses do not cross their legs like streetwalkers.
[to Leslie Miller]
Gladys Leeman: Excuse me, Miss Penthouse '98, put your kness together. I could drive a boat show in there.

Voice of Documentarian: Do you think that most people would say that teenage beauty pageants are a good idea?
Gladys Leeman: Oh yeah, sure. I know what some of your big city, no-bra-wearing, hairy-legged women libbers might say. They might say that a pageant is old-fashioned and demeaning to the girls.
Iris Clark: What's sick is women dressing like men.
Gladys Leeman: You betcha, Iris. No, I think you boys are gonna find something a litle bit different here in Mount Rose. For one thing, we're all God-fearing folk, every last one of us. And you will not find a "back room" in our video store. No, no, that filth is better left to the sin cities.
Iris Clark: AKA Minneapolis Saint Paul.

Gladys Leeman: Oh, my baby... Oh my God, the swan ate my baby!

Gladys Leeman: [wearing her old pageant outfit] And can you believe it, they still fit!
Loretta: She had a big ass then, she's got a big ass now.

Gladys Leeman: [to Becky on the swan float] Rebecca Ann Leeman, what's going... You are the one that wanted this, now get up there! I don't care if you have to ride this thing side-saddle like a horse, get up there!
Becky Ann Leeman: It smells funny. Like gasoline.
Gladys Leeman: Oh, for Christ's sake! Everything smells like that in Mexico!
Becky Ann Leeman: My dress will reek, Mother.
Gladys Leeman: You listen to me now missy, this thing cost your dad a pretty penny, so you get your ass up there! And show me some teeth!
[Becky puts on a smile]
Gladys Leeman: Lovely, baby.

Gladys Leeman: Our 2nd runner-up and winner of a $50 scholarship to the Vo-Tech of her choice is Leslie Miller.