Oh, my Godmothers! Here are some of the best quotes from Godmothered now streaming on Disney+.
I’ve broken down the silliest quotes and scenes from Godmothered that will have your whole family laughing.
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Elenor – Can you keep a secret?
Agnes – I am a secret!
What in godmothers name? – Elenor
Elenor – Oh, your carriage must have required an enormous pumpkin. How many footmen are inside?
Beth – Ah, none, just me, Beth.
Elenor – Beth, you’re hilarious. Everyone knows women don’t drive themselves; thats what mice are for.
Who said that? Is there a genie in there? Don’t answer that.
Security guard – She outta be committed.
Elenor – Oh I am, totally committed.
Mac – You poofed me into a sleeping bag.
Elenor – You’re putting me in the dungeon!?
Mac – Life isn’t as simple as happily ever after.
Duff – What do you do?
Elmore – Oh, I help people find their happily ever after.
Duff – You must be from California.
Elenor – Oh, my godmothers.
Mac – I saved your life. Who eats that much seafood?
Elenor – Sharks!
Agnes – What haven’t you ever heard of Face Time?
Elenor – I figured out why you’re not interested in Happily Ever After.
Mac -Because it’s a fairytale construct that teaches people that normal life is not enough.
Elenor – Because you need a makeover!
Elenor – Son of a butterscotch!
Jane – I think Elenor fixed me. I got hit in the face with a snowball and we sounded kind of terrible, but I didn’t barf and we got $6 and a chicken nugget.
Elenor – What is this perfect potion?
Duff – That’s called a lemon drop, and that is mine. Was mine.
E – Wow it really drops down.
Elenor – Oh mother of fudge. Are you ok?
Moira – Get her fairy tail back here.
Elenor – Fine stay home. After all, 9 out of 10 fairytales begin with, ‘Once upon a time something amazing happened while she was drinking wine in her sweatpants.’
Mac – You don’t need a spell because you are already magical.
You can’t go wrong with this wonderful monologue about the formula.
Mac – Elenor, correct me if I’m wrong, but does your formula require my true love to be a prince?
Elenor – Why no, I guess it doesn’t.
Mac – Well that’s good. Mia, Jane. Then these are my true loves, and you didn’t fail. You helped me remember how to live happily.
Moira – That’s not the same as happily ever after.
Mac – Are you sure? Four years ago I thought my story was over. And Elenor helped showed me that it wasn’t.
Moira – That’s not how it works.
Elenor – Then how it works needs to change. We think that love needs to look a certain way. A prince, a castle, a gown. We’re trapped in the fairytale when the real world is filled with so much more. Instead of telling people what true love I supposed to look like, maybe we should let them tell us.
Love comes in so many forms Moira. Why can’t we see that?