Superstore TV Quotes Quotes
Jonah: This is a huge problem, Tony.
Tony: I mean, it's just stuff.
Jonah: Our whole job is stuff!
Cheyenne: Look, I'm really sorry that you had to stop being floor supervisor, but I just need to do this my own way. Okay?
Mateo: Okay. I just figured you'd want to do the job well instead of, you know, having Carol do The Worm to get out of go-backs.
Cheyenne: Well actually, I think I'm doing a really good job. Yeah, the games and stuff are dorky, but they help people forget that their job sucks for a second.
Wow, my son. A Cloud 9 employee. We're a dynasty like Billy Ray and Miley!Sandra
Guys, we did a good deed. Okay, let's just leave it at that. Not everything has to be about money.Jonah
Justine: Immigrants -- we get the job done.
Justine: My family is Swedish or something.
I'm so sorry, Sandra. We all wish we could just rip that pain out of your body, shove it right up inside ourselves, and claim it as our own.Carol
Carol: Guys, we're a family, and we have to be there for each other. And Sandra would be there for any of us if we had a gross, sick cat.
Jonah: I guess that -- that's a valid point from Carol.
Glenn: We've got a really exciting COVID announcement.
Cheyenne: Oh my god, is it over? I don't know about you guys, but COVID has been, like, super annoying for me.
Jonah: Huh. Yeah, now that you mention it, I'd have to give it a thumbs down.
Garrett: So this is the kind of stuff we're working to address with this list.
Dina: Uh, uh. Forget the list; we can get back to the list. The personal stories are breaking through! Give us another one!
Garrett: So you just want me to tell more stories about messed up that happen because I'm black?
Dina: Exactly. Hit us with a big one!
Oh yeah, it takes a lot of courage to make a gesture this small this late in the game.Garrett
Garrett: You do realize the hair products thing isn't the end of racism? It's not even the end of racism in the store.
Dina: Oh, is this because Karen started here last week? Because she's willing to go by Jill.
Garrett: What? No! Don't you think it's messed up that we've never had a black district manager? Or that the employee handbook limits our hair length to three inches in diameter? That basically means no afros.
Dina: I guess I just never thought about any of this stuff. I mean, you've never brought it up before.
Garrett: It's not my job to call out every racist thing I come up against! It's my job to announce sales and pretend not to notice when people return used swimsuits.
Garrett: Anyway, the point is, I—I'm just so sorry, and I wish there was something I could do to make it up to the black employees. Any ideas?
Garrett: For how to apologize to black people?