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Julia Sugarbaker (Character)
from "Designing Women" (1986)

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  1. "Designing Women"
        - Gone with a Whim: Part 2 (1993) TV episode, Played by Dixie Carter
        - Gone with a Whim: Part 1 (1993) TV episode, Played by Dixie Carter
        - The Lying Game (1993) TV episode, Played by Dixie Carter
        - The Woman Who Came to Sugarbakers (1993) TV episode, Played by Dixie Carter
        - It's Not So Easy Being Green (1993) TV episode, Played by Dixie Carter
          (158 more)

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From "Designing Women: 101 Ways to Decorate a Gas Station (#2.1)" (1987)
Julia Sugarbaker: [Eldon and Julia are looking at a book of wall paper samples and discussing how important it is to make the selection as the finish deadline approaches] Now, this is the wall paper we would like you to use. I know you said that the other wall paper made you dizzy...
Eldon Ashcroft IV: [Interrupts Julia] I don't like it.
Julia Sugarbaker: I beg your pardon?
Eldon Ashcroft IV: It doesn't have any red, white or blue, and I told you I wanted something that goes with the American flag.
Julia Sugarbaker: Yes, well, we've been all over that, but we simply cannot decorate around the American flag.
Eldon Ashcroft IV: Why not?
Julia Sugarbaker: Because no one puts a flagpole in the middle of the room.
Eldon Ashcroft IV: Why not?
Julia Sugarbaker: Because... it would look... ODD!
Eldon Ashcroft IV: Well, I thought... that the customer... was *always* right.
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