Some nuns decide to take some girls from their Catholic girl's school on a trip from the East to California to attend some sort of conventio...更多>
Mother Superior: Don't be ridiculous Sister. You can't handle that monster. Rosabelle: Boy, it's getting harder and harder to make that dough around this place. Mother Superior: [surprising Rosabelle] And it's going to get even harder. As of now, St. Francis-A-Go-Go is out of business. Father Chase: Have a pleasant trip. I'll pray for you. Mother Superior: And I'll pray for you. [under her breath] Mother Superior: Somebody better. Mother Superior: Doesn't anyone live in New Mexico? Rosabelle: You mean we're supposed to wash the whole bus, Reverend Mother? Mother Superior: From bumper to bumper. Marvel Ann Clancy: But it's such a *big* bus, Reverend Mother. Mother Superior: Yes... isn't it! Sister Clarissa: Twelve dollars and forty cents! My old bus wouldn't use that much gas in a month! Mother Superior: It couldn't. It was usually in the shop, being repaired. Father Chase: Sister's a real firebrand, isn't she, Mother? Mother Superior: Let's hope she doesn't intend to burn down the Church. Sister George: No, just... warm it up a bit. Mother Superior: [after breaking up a dance party in the bathroom] As you're all such music lovers, I'm sure you'll be delighted to know that you're going to spend the next two weekends cleaning out the music room. [nods at a girl who fainted] Mother Superior: Get Devon off the floor. Mother Superior: I think we should get started. Round up the girls, Sister. Sister Rose-Marie: Where are they, Mother? Mother Superior: Wherever Sister George is. Sister Celestine: Considering the amount of time the girls spend with us, I'm really not sure why we came along, Mother. Mother Superior: We were blackmailed. Marvel Ann Clancy: Here's the formula, now pay up! St Francis Schoolboy: Boy, you turn me off. Marvel Ann Clancy: So who wants you on? Mother Superior: [to Sister George] Ah, Sister. If you were planning to be charitable to me... don't. It would be out of character.