A tough police sergeant's mother comes to visit him and begins to meddle in his life and career.

Tutti Bomowski: [pointing the gun at her son] Go ahead! Make your bed.
Tutti Bomowski: [singing softly and contentedly as she sloshes and scrubs Joe's prized .45 in the dishpan] This is the way we wash our gun... wash our gun... wash our gun...
Tutti Bomowski: His ass was the grass and I was the lawnmower.
Joe Brofmowski: Mom, I don't like eggs.
Tutti Bomowski: If you don't eat them now, they'll be waiting here for you at dinner.
Joe Brofmowski: Stop or my mom will shoot!
Joe Brofmowski: Mom, what're you doing here?
Tutti Bomowski: I've got to change you.
Joe Brofmowski: [looks down and realizes he's wearing a diaper] Mommy! I don't want to be changed.
Tutti Bomowski: [holding up diapers and baby powder] I've got to change you.
Tutti Bomowski: Stop! Stop that man Joe. Stop that man!
[Joe tackles the man]
Tutti Bomowski: I saw that man on America's Most Wanted.
Joe Brofmowski: What did he do?
Tutti Bomowski: He killed his mother.
Joe Brofmowski: Why didn't you answer when I called?
Tutti Bomowski: That was you? You never called.
Joe Brofmowski: That was me, why didn't you pick up the phone?
Tutti Bomowski: Every year when I'm about to come out to visit, you call and say it's not a good time, so I decided not to answer the phone this time incase you called.
Tutti Bomowski: [to the flight attendants] It was so cute, when he was 6 years old he walked into the kitchen and said "Mommy! My peepee's stuck in my zipper!"