Ray Quote #122

Quote from Ray in The Ball

Ray: How could my father do this? He knew what that ball meant to me.
Debra: Ray, I'm sure it wasn't intentional. He probably didn't even think about it.
Ray: That's right. He just thought it was okay to lie to his kid.
Debra: Look, everybody does that sometimes.
Ray: No, I don't.
Debra: No? What about, "No, kids, that's not a store. That's a toy museum." And my favorite one is, "Uh, Daddy's just teaching Mommy how to wrestle."
Ray: That's my favorite one too.


 ‘The Ball’ Quotes

Quote from Ray

Ray: But no more. I'm not gonna lie to my kids anymore.
Debra: Yes, you will, Ray.
Ray: No, I will not. I'm not gonna do to them what my father did to me. From now on, only the truth. When my kids look back at me I want them to be able to say, "Okay, I'm all screwed up from that guy, but he didn't lie."
Debra: What a lovely thought for our children, Ray.

Quote from Marie

Marie: Ally is 5 years old, you Scrooge. Of course we lie. We all lie. That's what holds us all together. So you go in and lie to your daughter and I'll go home and feed the man I love.

Quote from Ray

Ray: Ho, ho, ho. Ho, ho, ho. Ally! [kicks Ally's bed] Ho, ho, ho.
Ally: Santa?
Ray: Hi, Ally.
Ally: You must be the real one.
Ray: Well, I know how much you believed in me and I just wanted to come by and say, thanks for the support.
Ally: You're welcome.
Ray: I have to go now. I have to fill all the stockings and eat all the cookies, and in general this is one of my busiest nights of the year.
Ally: Will you tuck me in, Santa?
Ray: Yeah, sure I'll tuck you in. Anything else that you need? A jug of water? A trip to the bathroom?
Ally: No, thank you.
Ray: Okay then. Sweet dreams. Always.
Ally: Santa.
Ray: Yeah?
Ally: See you next year.
Ray: Okay. Bye-bye. [trips] Oh, f-- Fa la la la la. [crawls out]