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: Hey Doolittle Lynn, who's that sow you got wallowin' in your jeep? Girl
: What'd you call me? Loretta Lynn
: A sow, that's a woman pig!
[after discovering Mooney with a young woman
] Loretta Lynn
: I'm warning you Doolittle, I'd better never catch you with trash like that again!
: Mr. Webb, me and Loretta are fixin' to get married, if it's alright with you. Ted Webb
: Go ask Clary.
[Doolittle walks through the house to the kitchen
: Mrs. Webb, me and Loretta is thinkin' about gettin' married tomorrow. Clara Webb
: Go ask Ted.
[Doolittle walks back onto the porch, then back into the house
] Loretta Webb
: Doolittle, what are you doin'? Doolittle
: Ted says go ask Clary; Clary says go ask Ted; I don't know. Loretta Webb
: Wait 'til they go to bed; then you can catch them together. 'Less they'll keep you runnin' back and forth all night long.
: Loretta, I'm leavin' Kentucky. Goin' out west somewhere, find me another job. That damn coal mine about to kill me. There ain't nothin' in Kentucky for me except a chest full of coal dust and being an old man before I'm forty; ask your daddy, he'll tell you. Loretta
: Were you goin' without me? Doolittle
: Just long enough to get the money to send for you. Loretta
: You promised my daddy you wouldn't take me far off. Doolittle
: Darlin' you're goin' to have to decide if you're my wife or his daughter. Besides, you got to go; I love you. Loretta
: You better come up with a better reason than that. Doolittle
: Hop in; I'll run you back up to the house. What are you doin' in this bottom anyway? Loretta
: I came to see the doctor. Doolittle
: What for, you sick? Loretta
: Yeah, I'm sick alright; I'm goin' to have a baby. Doolittle
] You know, Loretta, we may have found something you know how to do.
[Doolittle walks out of the door after an argument with Loretta
: Doolittle; are you leavin'? Doolittle
: [come back in the house
] Naw, Loretta; *I* ain't leavin'.
[Loretta walks up to her parents' house
: Well, look whose back! Loretta
: Doolittle's done throwed me out. Clara
: Maybe it ain't to late to stop you from ruinin' your life. Ted
: I believe married life is makin' you fat, girl. Clara
: [to herself
] Oh, no!
: I done wrote me a song Betty Sue. Your mama dadgome songwriter now. Betty Sue Lynn
: That's a nice song mama. Loretta Lynn
: Thank you baby
[the morning after the wedding night
: This food's cold. Doolittle
: That's 'cause it froze on the way over here from the damn restaurant. You want a hot breakfast, you got to come with me. Loretta
: You think I'm going over there with you and all them folks knowin' what we been doin' in here? Doolittle
: Hell's Bells, Loretta. You think this is somethin' the rest of the world ain't caught onto yet? They don't give a damn.
: [Loretta is trying out a new song
] It goes like this 'It'll be over my dead body, so get out while you can', then it drops down to 'cause you ain't woman enough to take my man!' Doolittle
: Where'd you come up with the idea for that song, Loretta?
: People are wantin' to know who you've been sleepin' with to get on the Opry so quick. Loretta Lynn
: Well, I never... who would say such a thing? Patsy Cline
: All those girl singers who've been sleepin' with everybody and *still* ain't got on the Opry.
Radio station manager
: And come off that dumb hillbilly act! Doolittle
: If you knew Loretta, you'd know that ain't no act. Loretta Lynn
: Thank you, honey.
: [Doolittle has just tasted Loretta's cooking for the first time
] Make many pies, Loretta? Loretta Lynn
: Naw, this is the first one. Doolittle
: How much salt that recipe call for? Loretta Lynn
: Shoot, you don't put salt in a pie! You put in flour and eggs and sugar and... oh no. Doolittle
: Makes sense though; salt and sugar are both white.
: Get in and I'll drive you home. Loretta
: I ain't gettin' in that thing. It looks like somethin' for Mars. Doolittle
: Girl, what the hell do you know about Mars? I'll bet you ain't never been outside the mouth of this holler. Loretta
: I know I ain't gettin' in that thing. If you like it so much; you can walk me home. Doolittle
: Oh, Loretta; them pies ain't the only thing salty about you. Wait a minute; I'm comin'.
: An' stoppa that growlin'. You sound like a big ol' bar.
: I just can't believe I'm sittin' here talkin' to Patsy Cline. Patsy Cline
: You act like you ain't never seen a glamorous country music singer before.
: [Doolittle buys Loretta a guitar
] Doolittle, I can't play that thing! Doolittle
: Well, most people can't till they learn how, dammit!
: [Loretta catches Doo with another woman
] Woman, if you want to keep that arm, you better get it off my husband. Girl at fairgrounds
: Who are you telling what? Loretta Lynn
: I don't know who you are, but I know what you are.
: Dadgum it, Doo! You never ask me nothing! You just say, "Hey baby, here's the deal, take it or leave it." Well, it's drivin' me crazy, Doo! Doolittle
: Well, hell, then let's go up to the house, call a lawyer and get a divorce. I'm tired of this bullshit. Loretta Lynn
: I don't want no divorce! I just want the dadgum bedroom in the back of the house!
: [as Loretta is putting the babies to bed
] Baby, I was just thinking... we got an anniversary coming up and I was wondering what kind of anniversary present you wanted. Loretta Lynn
: Hmm... well, I ain't got no wedding ring yet. Doolittle
: Wedding ring! Bullshit! Loretta & Mooney's child
: Ah, bullshit! Loretta's child
: Ah ha ha ha!
: [Loretta is trying to practice the guitar but her sons keep interrupting
] If you boys don't settle down on this porch I'm gonna have to whup you! Loretta & Mooney's child
: That's right!
: I'm gettin' so sick of baloney. Doolittle
: You are? Well, you know what they say about eatin' baloney, don't you? Loretta Lynn
: No, what? Doolittle
: Makes you horny. Loretta Lynn
: What does that mean? Doolittle
: [starts laughing
] Are you so dadburn ignorant you don't know what horny means? Loretta Lynn
: No, what does it mean? Doolittle
: I ain't gonna tell you.
: [in a radio interview
] Shoot, we've been driving so much, I don't know where I am half the time. But it's fun. We sing, and talk, and Doo - that's my husband - he'll get to acting horny. Speedy West
] What! Loretta Lynn
: And the more I laugh, the hornier he gets, and then he'll say, "Loretta, spread me up another one of them baloney sandwiches!" Radio station manager
] I don't know where in the hell you think you are, lady, but that kind of smut don't go in this part of the country! Loretta Lynn
: I didn't know it was dirty! I thought "horny" meant cuttin' up and acting silly!
: [Doo comes stumbling in drunk
] Happy anniversary, darlin'! Loretta Lynn
: Yeah, it looks like you had a happy one. Y'know, Doo, most couples spend their anniversary together.
[notices the guitar
] Loretta Lynn
: What's that? Doolittle
: Oh, that's your anniversary present, baby. Happy anniversary. Loretta Lynn
: My anniversary present! Doo, sometimes I think you got a washer missin' in your brain. I can't play that thing!
: [after hearing of Patsy's death
] She can't be dead, Doo! We're goin' shopping! Who am I gonna talk to now?
: I aint ever gonna see you again. Loretta
: Yes you will, daddy. Ted
: Maybe, but i aint never gonna see my little girl again.
: [performing for her children, but her sons are wrestling
] You boys quit fightin' and listen to me sing!
: [In the bathroom of the honkytonk when Doo is trying to convince her to sing on stage for the first time
] Loretta says : "I may be ignorant, but I ain't stupid!"
: [after her father weighs her
] A-hundred-n-seventeen? This baby's gonna be a big 'un daddy.