"Why must it always be something?" This line keeps running through my head. Where is it from?

Hi; I am going a little nuts. It’s probably not from a book; probably from a series on Netflix but I’m not sure. Probably said by female w/English accent. Ideas?
Thanks so much!!

You may be thinking of Roseanne Roseannadanna, a recurring Saturday Night Live character played by the late Gilda Radner, whose tagline was, “It just goes to show you. It’s always something. If it’s not one thing, it’s another.”

Thank you kewms; but although that’s cool that you can pick that out from sat night lore; that’s not it: it’s more recent. It seems from what I can recollect to be said by an older woman possibly w/english accent. I don’t think I’m extrapolating; I think it’s these exact words. Thanks!

Maybe way off beam, but if I remember this right, in Howard Jacobson’s campus novel ‘Coming from Behind’ he has a literature professor lose his temper with a class determined to identify symbols in a text and says (words to the effect of …): “Why does it have to be something, why can’t it just be a xxxxxxx albatross!”