"Good morning Charlie."
"Good morning Grandmas."
"Charlie how’s that cold of yours? I made you some homemade chicken noodle soup."
"And I brought you a mentholated rub."
"And I darned your favorite pair of warm, comfy socks."
"Thank you, Grandmas. You really take good care of me. Now let’s get down to business. I have an assignment for you. Rex Bennington has stolen a top secret government weapon that has the potential to destroy the world."
"Oh dear! What kind of person would do such a terrible thing? Why, I’m so mad, I’d like to box his ears!"
"He probably had permissive parents that gave him everything he wanted. Why when I was a girl my parents believed in ‘spare the rod, spoil the child’, and believe me they never spared the rod!"
"Getting back to the assignment, Grandmas, I need you to go to Miami, find Bennington, and bring back the weapon."
"We get to go to Miami, goody. Now I can wear my new thong bikini."
"NO!!! That’s way too much exposure. Wear a one piece. Better yet don’t even pack a bathing suit."
In the next scene, Bennington and his gang have captured one of the Grandmas: "Ha. It looks like you aren’t so tough after all you old bag."
"Don’t call me an old bag! Didn’t your parents teach you to respect your elders? I’m going to teach you hooligans a lesson. I’m going to slip out of these chains, and beat you up with my cane! (Bang! Crash! Pow! Oof! Ow!) Never underestimate the power of a really cranky old lady!"
This could be the theme song for the show:
Tell me what you think about me?
I buy my own bran flakes and I buy my own tea
I bought my own sweater and I bought my own brooch
If I want a drink, then I buy my own hooch.
The orthopedic shoes on my feet
I bought em
The prunes that I eat
I bought em
The golf cart that I drive
I bought it
I depend on me if I want it
All the grannies kicking fannies throw your hands up at me
All the mamas fighting outlaws throw your hands up at me
All the old ladies trying to save the day throw your hands up at me
Lady, I didn’t know you could get down like that
Charlie, I didn’t know your Grandma’s could get down like that