For the Boys (1991)
Dixie: The thing you wanna avoid is outlasting everybody. Can you remember that?
[On stage during a power outage]
Dixie: Well... alone in the dark with thousands of men. There is a God after all!
Dixie: [Appearing on stage late] So sorry.
Dixie: A little trouble over the channel you know, old pip.
Dixie: Righto. We were halfway to Belgium when we ran out of... gas, I believe you call it.
Eddie: That's funny. You don't look like you'd ever run out of gas.
Dixie: Are you trying to get into my flak suit, honey?
Eddie: I'm just trying to debrief you. So a plane without any gas. What did you do?
Eddie: Yeah. Do. You know to keep up morale and all that.
Dixie: Well... well... my co-pilot... lovely young boy but terrified, half out of his wits. You know, nervous. Terrified. I said to him, "This one's going to take a long... hard... pull." So I did! For two hours!
Eddie: Two hours alone with you? That boy deserves a purple heart.
Dixie: Well, it was purple, alright, but I don't think it was his heart!
[Performing a skit for a television show]
Dixie: You know, that son of ours is really something.
Eddie: Why? What happened?
Dixie: While I'm tucking him in bed last night, he suddenly says to me, "Mommy, is kissing dirty?"
Eddie: Yeah? What'd you tell him?
Dixie: I said to him, "Darling, sex between two people can be a beautiful thing."
Eddie: Oh, yeah.
Dixie: "But between four people... fantastic!"
Dixie: You're gonna kill him you fill his head full of this crap!
Eddie: Such as what?
Dixie: Such as "Don't study," "Everything comes easy," "Life's a big party."
Eddie: Oh, well, sounds good to me.
Dixie: Oh yeah? You got three daughters. Why don't you give them the benefit of your wisdom?
Eddie: Because my wisdom is for a son. I got a closet full of baseball cards...
Dixie: Don't break my heart!
Eddie: Alright. How long's it now been - eight years Michael's dead?
Dixie: You shut up!
Eddie: No. You let me talk. Now enough is enough here. That boy needs a father. He needs a man in his life - somebody he can talk to, somebody who can teach him, somebody who can show him.
Dixie: What? How to screw the chorus girls?
Eddie: Yeah, why not if he wants to... yeah, why not! That's life! Hey, I wish somebody was there to teach me how to kiss 'em, how to talk to 'em - how to jack off!
Dixie: What did you say?
Eddie: That's right, lady! Who's gonna tell him it's alright - that his thing won't fall off - his mother? Why don't you put a dress on him and forget about it?
Dixie: I would, but then you'd probably make a pass at him!
[to the soldiers in Vietnam]
Dixie: Shut the fuck up. It's Christmastime. I'm gonna sing you a little song.
Eddie: What? we're short... oh time. Two minutes time. Well, Dixie do you have any ideas of what we can do in two minutes?
Dixie: Not unless your part rabbit.
Eddie: You know...for an old broad, you're still pretty sexy.
Dixie: How would you know?
Eddie: Well, I think I'm getting excited.
Dixie: Let me know when you're sure.
Eddie: Hey, Dixie, they gave me a big suite upstairs.
Eddie: Oh yeah. And I got a big king-size bed.
Dixie: You wanna lie down, Eddie?
Eddie: Is that an offer?
Dixie: It's a recommendation.
Eddie: Look at this. I'm 91 years old. 50 years I've been waiting for this chance. Dixie, please let's go upstairs.
Dixie: What, to your room?
Dixie: And then we get undressed?
Dixie: And then we get into bed?
Dixie: And then what?