The tricky part is covering the sailor's lips with salt.
And now you know why they call it "Prego."
When Blanche tells you a story, wear protection.
The cats of St. Olaf were always a little scared of Rose.
Why not just steal some ice cream and do both?
"That comparison is completely offensive!" responded potatoes.
Dressing like this is unusual for Blanche and Rose: They don't make a habit out of it.
Sophia's not afraid to ask the tough questions.
Rappers in St. Olaf must have an especially difficult time writing rhymes.
But what about a fine glass of aged banana wine?
The Lord works in mysterious ways.
Sophia's not trying to be mean, she's just trying to be thorough while listing things that are unattractive.
It may not be the most uplifting motto, but it's accurate.
Why didn't Blanche ever join a band?
It's not that far-fetched. After all, they do live in Miami.
But what if Rose's thunderstorm story is quite riveting and contains useful information?
Dorothy knows how to get Blanche's attention.
When it comes to tips on greeting men, Blanche is full of life hacks.
Blanche has her subtle way of working things into casual conversation.
Sophia is very accepting of people's sexual preferences, but not so accepting of getting hair on her clothes.