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MRS JENNINGS
If I do not have the three of you married before michaelmas, it will not be my fault.
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MRS JENNINGS
An entertainment, I declare. I cannot remember when's the last we had a songbird in the house.
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MRS JENNINGS
Ah, there you are Pooter. Still alive I see.
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MRS JENNINGS
Don't talk to me of coals.
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MRS JENNINGS
There you are, Pigeon. Have you missed me?
PIGEON
Very much, ma'am.
MRS JENNINGS
Ah, you always say so and I never believe you.
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MRS JENNINGS
[hoping to cheer up Marianne who is grieving her loss of Willoughby] Does she care for olives?
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MRS JENNINGS
I don't want to hear another word about the ham bone, Pigeon. You and Cartwright must sort that out between you.
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MRS JENNINGS
I declare, they are the loveliest girls I ever set eyes on. Can you not get them married, Mrs. Dashwood?
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MRS JENNINGS
[to Pigeon] Don't talk to me of coals.
MRS JENNINGS
[to the parrot] Ah, there you are Pooter. Still alive I see.
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MRS JENNINGS
I think I've unearthed a secret.
SIR JOHN MIDDLETON
Oh, no, have you sniffled one out already, Mother? You're worse than my best pointer Flossie!