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Quotes for
Corie Bratter (Character)
from Barefoot in the Park (1967)

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Barefoot in the Park (1967)
Corie Bratter: Paul, I think I'm gonna be a lousy wife. But don't be angry with me. I love you very much - and I'm very sexy!

[after five non-stop, newlywed nights in a hotel room, as a packed lift door opens, to her new husband]
Corie Bratter: Thank you, Mr. Dooley. Next time you're in New York, just call me up.

Corie Bratter: Six days does not a week make.
Paul Bratter: What does that mean?
Corie Bratter: [pause] I don't know!

Corie Bratter: You're almost nearly perfect!
Paul Bratter: That's a rotten thing to say!

Victor Velasco: No, you said "Fly you have a waiter in my soup."
Corie Bratter: Well I did! He put his hand in my soup to get the fly out!

Victor Velasco: So what are you, a folk singer?
Corie Bratter: No, a wife!

Corie Bratter: My divorce! When do I get my divorce!
Paul Bratter: How should I know? The marriage license hasn't even come in yet!

Corie Bratter: Hey!
[rattling a box]
Corie Bratter: what's in here, that sounds expensive?
Ethel: Now I think it's a broken clock.
Corie Bratter: [opening another box] Does this pot come with instructions?
Ethel: If I'd known about this apartment it would have come with hot coffee.
Corie Bratter: Mother. Oh, I love everything. But you've got to stop sending me presents. You should start spending your money on yourself.
Ethel: Oh... myself. What does a woman like me need living alone way out in New Jersey?
Corie Bratter: You could travel...
Ethel: Oh, travel. Alone. I read a story in the times. A middle-aged woman travelling alone fell off the deck of a ship. they never even discovered it 'til they got to france.
Corie Bratter: Mother, I promise you, if you ever fell off the deck of a ship, someone would know about it.

Corie Bratter: [Looking arond Mr. Velasco's Apt] Isn't this wild? What do you think, Mother?
Ethel: I think I've broken some straps!

Victor Velasco: Does your husband work during the day?
Corie Bratter: Yes.
Victor Velasco: In an office?
Corie Bratter: Yes.
Victor Velasco: Good. I work at home during the day. Oh, I predict some interesting complications... am I making you nervous?
Corie Bratter: Very nervous.
Victor Velasco: Wonderful! Once a month I try to make pretty young girls nervous, just to keep my hand in!


Barefoot in the Park (1982) (TV)
Corie Bratter: You know what you are, Paul? You're a watcher. There are watchers in this world and there are doers. And the watchers sit around watching the doers, do. Well, tonight you watched, and I did.
Paul Bratter: Well, it was alot harder watching what you did than it was for you to do what I was watching!

Mrs. Banks: A martini to wash down a pill.
Corie Bratter: It'll make you feel better.
Mrs. Banks: I had a martini at home, it made me sick, that's why I'm taking the pill.
Corie Bratter: What you need is food,Mother, I'll get you an Hor'doevre.
Mrs. Banks: No thank you, dear.
Corie Bratter: It's just sour cream and blue cheese.
Mrs. Banks: [Gulps] I wish you hadn't said that.