Robert Quote #558
Robert: Well, you can believe it, Ma. It's the story of my life I finally meet a girl who has absolutely everything I ever wanted, she's the Frog Woman of Massapequa.
Debra: I thought you said it was flies.
Robert: She keeps frogs, thousands of frogs all over her apartment, and she feeds them flies, I guess... I dunno. She's a freakin' sideshow. What do you want from me?
Quote from Marie
Robert: This again?!
Marie: A woman ate a fly? Nobody believes your stories, Robbie. Just say it.
Marie: "I'm a gay."
Marie: You'll feel better. "Hello, I'm queer, and now I'm here!"
Ray: Who says that?
Marie: That's the slogan. Just admit it already!
Quote from Marie
Debra: Come on, Robert, she does not.
Ray: Oh, what is it about you that you don't believe me when I tell you? She sat right there at your dinner table and ate a fly!
Marie: I could believe that.
Ray: No, Mom, it wasn't in the food.
Marie: Oh. I don't believe that.
Quote from The Angry Family
Robert: [clears throat] Uh, if I may... You mentioned, Father Hubley, that I was not included in that book, and that is a very astute observation. And I do believe that my unique position in this... family, as that of an outsider, allows me to view this hodgepodge of life from a rather unique vantage point.
Ray: Top of a beanstalk?
Robert: And I do maintain that if anyone is to blame, Father, for this river of pent-up hostility that runs through this sorry bunch like you-know-what through a we-know-what... that person goes by the name... of Raymond.
Ray: Oh, sit down, you dope.
Robert: He is and always has been the center... the center of attention, the center of affection, he always gets the center chair in the kitchen. And this anger of which you speak, from the rest of these poor souls, stems from his unwillingness to share even the tiniest portion of the spotlight that shines, without end... on him.