Sounds Familiar

“You are not and never will be a new man. You’re a Mitchell, Phil. You don’t cleanse, you don’t tone, you don’t cry unless you lost money – and you’ve never ever had a woman what was just a friend.” – Peggy Mitchell (Barbara Windsor) to her son (Steve McFadden), regarding his relationship with Shirley (Linda Henry), EASTENDERS 

Sounds Familiar

“Before the War, it was said ‘the United States are.’ Grammatically it was spoken that way and thought of as a collection of independent states. And after the War, it was always, ‘the United States is,’ as we say today without being self-conscious a’tall. And that sums up what the War accomplished. It made us an is.” – Shelby Foote, KEN BURNS’ THE CIVIL WAR