“- Norman: You Commies make a big deal out of sharing everything.
- Selma: Yeah. It's... it's a good thing.
- Norman: What are you doing here if Czechoslovakia's so much better than the U.S.A.?”
“- Selma: I'm just not that kind of mother.
- Gene Jezkova: Can't you be that kind of a mother?”
“I used to dream that I was in a musical, 'cause in a musical nothing dreadful ever happens.”
“- Selma: Isn't it annoying when they do the last song in the films?
- Bill Houston: Why?
- Selma: Because you just know when it goes really big... and the camera goes like out of the roof... and you just know it's going to end. I hate that. I would leave just after the next to last song... and the film would just go on forever.”
“- Brenda: You'll be transferred to the other cellblock, at some point tomorrow.
- Selma: That's the cellblock where they hang people?
- Brenda: Yeah. That's were they spend the last day.
- Selma: And then they do the 107 steps - it's from that room to the gallows, isn't it?
- Brenda: That's what they say, Selma. But, look it, you're gonna get...” (continue)(continue reading)
“- Jeff: Why did you have him? You knew he would have the same disease as you.
- Selma: I just wanted to hold a little baby.”
“- Kathy: I am not that big. And happy, I don't know.
- Selma: You just need someone to pull it out.”