Ray Quote #1321

Quote from Ray in Snow Day

Debra: Marie, wait a minute. Do we always see eye-to-eye? No. But that's because we're different, not because I think I'm better. Just different. And you have to remember, you're the tight-knit family. I was the outsider. And I've always thought that, in most ways, I was the same as you guys. But I guess... Well, I'm sorry that you feel that way. [Marie is silent] I'm gonna go get Frank.
Ray: Come on!
Debra: What?
Ray: Come on. We're just different than you? We're like the front porch of the nut house.
Robert: Hey!
Ray: How could you not think you're better than us? It would be weird if you didn't.
Marie: Raymond!
Ray: I'm just trying to prove your point, Ma, because you're right.
Marie: Well, okay then.


 ‘Snow Day’ Quotes

Quote from Marie

Debra: Marie, I said something stupid to Frank, but that doesn't mean I think I'm better than him.
Marie: Methinks thou doth protest...
Debra: Oh, don't say, "Methinks thou doth protest too much."
Marie: All right. I won't say it but methinks it.

Quote from Amy

Debra: Amy, are you all right?
Amy: I'm great! I'm on my way over here to drive you guys to the airport for your romantic getaway. Of course, I'm able to do that on a Friday night because Gianni and I broke up.
Debra: Oh really? Yeah?
Ray: Oh man. That's tough. Should we get goin'?
Amy: Here's the thing, I kinda had to abandon my car in this 50-foot snowdrift, then walk 20 blocks to get here.
Ruined my new shoes, got frostbite on my pinky toe, and... Oh! Right before my car battery died, the guy on the radio said - here's the part you'll care about - the airport's closed.
Ray: Oh, no!
Debra: Oh, no!
Amy: Yes. So I lost my car, my shoes, not to mention my boyfriend, for nothing. And I'll die alone with nine toes.

Quote from Robert

Ray: Robert's weird. He doesn't like to go out to eat because he has a fear of busboys. He can't carry his dollar bills facing each other because it would be like they're kissing.
Debra: That's just quirky.
Ray: Yeah? Quirky? He separates his Good 'n Plenties into "goods" and "plenties." Which one is which again?
Robert: Never mind.
Ray: No, no, go ahead. Go ahead.
Robert: The pinks are the "goods," and the whites are the "plenties." 'Cause there's always more of them. And they're not as good. And then there's a third category of "irregulars."
Ray: And they're called...
Robert: "Cuties."
Ray: I rest my case.