Ray Quote #868

Quote from Ray in What's with Robert?

Robert: So when did you think about it?
Ray: I don't know. I don't know. I don't remember.
Robert: You don't remember 'cause you never thought about it.
Ray: I thought about it.
Robert: When?
Ray: 10th grade.
Robert: Go ahead.
Ray: Nothing, it's Patrick Lopez wrote "You're a gay" in my yearbook, and I thought maybe I was.
Robert: Just because he wrote that?
Ray: No, because Patrick Lopez was gay, and I thought he would know.


 ‘What's with Robert?’ Quotes

Quote from Frank

Marie: Hello, dear. You're just in time for pancakes.
Frank: Hey, those are my pancakes. Why can't he wait for the next batch?
Marie: I love him.
Ray: Oh, boy, these are good!
Frank: I've been sitting here a half an hour. Tomorrow you're gonna read my obit: "Local Man Dies Waiting for Flapjacks."
Marie: "Marie Barone Dances in Street."
Frank: "Disaster Declared. President to Visit Street."

Quote from Marie

Marie: Sit down, dear.
Robert: No, it's just this thing with Amy was, I couldn't commit right now. I don't know what it is. Maybe she's not the one for me.
Marie: Is it because she's a woman?
Robert: Oh, my God! Is there a gas leak in here?
Marie: I just want to tell you that your father and I love you and we'll support you no matter what. Right, Frank? [Frank is cooling his head with a milk carton] I'll support you.
Robert: Thanks, Ma.
Marie: Even if you are gay.

Quote from Frank

Marie: What are you reading?
Frank: The obituaries. [chuckles] I beat all these guys.