Welcome to Soundbites, where we at YE take a moment to commemorate some of the best lines from our favorite shows from the past week. Whether it’s a one-line zinger, an unforgettable pun, or a dramatic moment of truth, Soundbites brings you the can’t-miss best-of-the-best lines from your fave shows. This week we feature Awkward., Faking It, and Scream Queens.
This week on Awkward saw a lot of daughter-mamma drama as the end-of-year senior Mother Daughter Banquet at PHHS included moms doing impressions of their baby girls. After getting “Most Depressed” as her senior superlative in the yearbook, Jenna was none to happy to see her mom was leaning towards depressing vibes in her impersonation. But also getting feisty about the banquet was Sadie, who 86ed former stepmonster Ally’s involvement in the proceedings. Telling her sorrows to a giant glass of white wine and Jenna’s mom Lacey, Ally says:
“And then she was all, ‘Looks like your services are no longer needed!’ OOOHHHH, I’m so devastated! Go slip on a d*ck!”
Lol, Ally. You gotta think and talk like Sadie to beat Sadie.
This week at Hester High, half the gang take an impromptu trip to LA to see Shane’s BF Duke in his debut as an MMA fighter, a trip funded by the fabulous Seetah, Liam’s intern buddy hottie. Of course things get all crazy for Karma when she gets jealous of Liam’s and Seetah’s relationship, but the real scene stealer is as always Shane as he discusses his almost famous athlete BF and his first fight in the limelight:
“People are PAYING for my boyfriend. And not like in a hookery way!”
Haha, that’s an important distinction to make, Shane.
This week brought us the premiere of the long-awaited slasher comedy, and since it’s Ryan Murphy, there were a ton a great one-liners and slick zingers. It was hard to choose just one, but YE settled on this gem from a flashback to 1995 where a Kappa sorority sister has accidentally given birth in a bathtub, and she had THE NERVE to do so during a formal. Kappa Queen Bee Bethany is none too happy about the impromptu birth ruining her sorority’s night to shine, and she DEMANDS that the fun continues, and remember, it’s 1995:
“I am not missing ‘Waterfalls’ for this. ‘Waterfalls’ is my jam.”
The Kappa ladies do indeed dance to their “jam” only to find a scary surprise waiting for them back in the bathroom…