When I'm not thinking about restaurants, I am generally thinking something like this:
If Anna Magnani had lived long enough, maybe she and not Betty Buckley would have been cast as Tom Bradford's second wife and stepmother to his children on the 1970s tv series "Eight is Enough."
Then, when one of kids started acting all emotionally resentful and insolent, she'd have said:
"Oh, boo-ha-hoo, you big Crybaby, you make me sick. What your name? Mary? OK, Mary, I tell you something, You listen to these words. Your mother, she dead. She dead, and she no come back. Never."