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Beverly Ann Stickle (Character)
from "The Facts of Life" (1979)

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"The Facts of Life: Seven Little Indians (#8.12)" (1987)
Beverly Ann Stickle: What movie did you see?
Joanne 'Jo' Polniaczek: A horror film: The Halloween Hacker 3: Part 6, A New Beginning, Dave Returns, Again.

Blair Warner: I was so scared, my deodorant failed.
[Natalie moves away from her]
Beverly Ann Stickle: What was the story about?
Joanne 'Jo' Polniaczek: Story? This Dave guy goes out and kills people, that's the story.

Beverly Ann Stickle: Would you like some cocoa? It'll help you sleep.
Dorothy 'Tootie' Ramsey: Uh-uh, this child is staying awake the rest of her natural life.

Beverly Ann Stickle: As you can see he must've come in here to blow up the inflatable moose.
Natalie Green: Somehow the antlers punctured the plastic container.
Joanne 'Jo' Polniaczek: Spilling the horseradish.
Natalie Green: Causing him to slip on the jellybeans.
Dorothy 'Tootie' Ramsey: And when he opened his mouth to say 'ouch'.
Joanne 'Jo' Polniaczek: The rubber cement fell in and finished him off.
Beverly Ann Stickle: Death by Rue Goldberg.

Beverly Ann Stickle: [about how Andy died] What a unique accident.
Natalie Green: Accident? Or MURDER?

Natalie Green: Tootie heard noises outside, didn't she? Some guy looks in the shop, sees Andy and kills him.
Beverly Ann Stickle: I'm going to call the police.
[picks up the receiver]
Beverly Ann Stickle: That's funny, there's no dial tone.
Joanne 'Jo' Polniaczek: The storm must've brought the line down.
Natalie Green: Or maybe somebody cut it!

Beverly Ann Stickle: George, Andy's... passed on.
George Burnett: He moved?

Joanne 'Jo' Polniaczek: Anybody messes with my stuff again pays the price.
[the closet door opens and shows George hanging on a hook, girls scream]
Joanne 'Jo' Polniaczek: I'm glad we understand each other.
[sees George]
Joanne 'Jo' Polniaczek: Whoa!
Beverly Ann Stickle: I thought George was going for help!
Joanne 'Jo' Polniaczek: Guess he decided to hang around.

Beverly Ann Stickle: Tootie!
Blair Warner: You hid in a closet with a dead person?
Dorothy 'Tootie' Ramsey: At least I knew he wasn't going to hurt me.

Beverly Ann Stickle: There's one thing about all this that really bothers me.
Joanne 'Jo' Polniaczek: Besides Tootie's overacting?
Beverly Ann Stickle: Those dice didn't come downstairs by themselves. Someone had to set them in motion, someone who may still be upstairs!
Dorothy 'Tootie' Ramsey: Oh no, Blair's upstairs!
Joanne 'Jo' Polniaczek: Yeaaaah.

Beverly Ann Stickle: [about Blair] She's completely stiff!
Joanne 'Jo' Polniaczek: Looks like she was moussed to death!
Dorothy 'Tootie' Ramsey: Poor Blair, at least she died like she lived; looking at herself.

Beverly Ann Stickle: We were all being murdered by Blair because we bought our shoes at the supermarket.
Blair Warner: Then you deserved to die.


"The Facts of Life: Ready or Not (#8.3)" (1986)
Beverly Ann Stickle: I forgot her name... let's just call her trollop.

Beverly Ann Stickle: I know this isn't any of my business. I'm sure it isn't any of my business. I'm vertually certain it's non of my business. But, are you sure you're not moving too fast with Rudy?
Tootie Ramsey: Beverly Ann, that's non of your business.


"The Facts of Life: Write and Wrong (#8.11)" (1986)
Beverly Ann Stickle: My point is...
Jo Polniaczek: I thought that was the point!
Beverly Ann Stickle: This is a two part point.


"The Facts of Life: The Little Chill (#8.6)" (1986)
Beverly Ann Stickle: They're having a fun pajama party upstairs. Why don't you go join them?
Joanne 'Jo' Polniaczek: Yeah, well, I gotta get to the library tomorrow morning and they'll probably be up talking the rest of the night. So...
Beverly Ann Stickle: It hurts to be around people who all have fond memories of one another. You don't have any memories of them at all. No yesterdays to share. So all you can do is sit there with a stupid grin on your face 'til it hurts.
Joanne 'Jo' Polniaczek: [gets slightly offended] I'm not wearing a stupid grin. This is my natural expression.
Beverly Ann Stickle: I was talking about me.


"The Facts of Life: Boy About the House (#8.19)" (1987)
Beverly Ann Stickle: I love you and I want to adopt you.
Andy Moffet: You do?
Beverly Ann Stickle: With all my heart.


"The Facts of Life: Where's Poppa? (#8.10)" (1986)
Beverly Ann Stickle: Did you get the job?
Natalie Green: I drove all the way down to that newspaper and do you know what they wanted me to do, they wanted me to write a story!
Jo Polniaczek: you're kidding, then what were they gonna do, print it?