Come on, have a seat.
Have a seat in the big girl chair. You're a big girl now.
Aunt Charity, thank you so much for seeing us. I know your time is very valuable.
I have all the time in the world for you. You're family.
Stephanie, I'm not doing anything important. Bring me those documents to sign.
I haven't seen this one since I was 25 and my parents cut me off.
You sleep with one Pakistani lesbian. You're out of the family.
Here, you with the big lips, try these. Tell me which ones you hate.
Aunt Charity started her makeup empire at 26 when she invented bubblegum-flavored lip gloss.
Oh my God, that was you? I loved that.
I was wearing that during my first kiss. And thank you, because I got an "A" in that class.
Every girl who loves lipstick loves me, except for this one, who hates me
because I was so mean and I broke her night-night cocoa cup.
Aunt Charity, I never said you were mean.
I was ten, and I just got a little confused about what happened to my seagull cup.
But I'm an adult now. When I go night-night, I barely even think about that cocoa cup.
Caroline, I was 23. I don't remember anything about a cup.
All I remember about that weekend was that Versace was murdered and my dress would obviously be late.