Gabrielle Solis: We're an unstoppable team!
Edie Britt: The hottest chicks on Wisteria Lane!
Gabrielle Solis: Oh be nice. There are lots of attractive women on the street!
Edie Britt: Like who?
Gabrielle Solis: How about Bree?
Edie Britt: Uh with that hair colour you could stick a red nose on her and she could join the circus
Gabrielle Solis: Lynette's beautiful.
Edie Britt: Mmm for a baby factory...
Gabrielle Solis: And Susan?
Edie Britt: We're the hottest. Ok?
Susan Mayer: What do you mean 'you two' were the hottest chicks on the lane?
Lynette Scavo: She called me a 'baby factory'?
Karen McCluskey: Yeah Gabby in hindsight maybe you shouldn't have told that part of the story
Gabrielle Solis: Oh pfft!
Susan Mayer: [to Edie] Don't worry Edie, you're gonna be just fine.
Edie Britt: [Last Lines] As I looked down on the world, I began to let go of it. I let go of white picket fences, and cars in driveways, coffee cups and vacuum cleaners. I let go of all those things that seemed so ordinary, but when you put them together they make up a life, a life that really was one-of-a-kind. I'll tell you something, it's not hard to die when you know you have lived. And I did. Oh, how I lived!
Gabrielle Solis: Ok my hour's up someone else hold Edie now.
Lynette Scavo: I'll take her!
[Gabby hands Lynette the urn and after a few second of holding it Lynette opens the it]
Lynette Scavo: kinda looks like cat litter.
Susan Mayer: Lynette! Don't look at Edie...
Lynette Scavo: Or what I'll turn to stone? She's all rough and gritty...
Bree Van De Kamp: Uh Gabby... before we learn what Edie tastes like.
Gabrielle Solis: I got it...
Bree Van De Kamp: I think a little more reverence for the dead is in order.
Lynette Scavo: Oh please we're talking about Edie. A little more irreverence is what we need.