Ray Quote #1268

Quote from Ray in It's Supposed to Be Fun

Ray: Okay, then. And I want you to play basketball, because you really are very good.
Geoffrey: No, I'm not.
Ray: Yes, you are! I told you I was just kidding about Scooby-Doo and all that, so you can play basketball now.
Geoffrey: But I don't want to.
Ray: Yes, you do. It's fun.
Geoffrey: But I'm the worst.
Ray: You're not the worst. I don't want to hear that talk anymore. All you've got to do is keep trying. Hey, remember the story of the tortoise and the hare, and the tortoise was way behind in the race, but he kept saying, "I think I can! I think I can!"
Geoffrey: A train said that.
Ray: Okay. It doesn't matter who said it. What matters is, that is a true story and all you gotta do is keep thinking you can and keep playing, and you will win that race.
Geoffrey: Do I have to?
Ray: Yes! No, no. No, no, you don't have to. I don't want anyone to think that I'm making you. But I don't want you to miss out on the fun. That's the most important part, the fun.
Geoffrey: Eh, no, thanks.
Ray: You know what else basketball players get all the time? Lots and lots of gum.
[After Ray throws a piece of gum on to Geoffrey's bed, Geoffrey throws it off]


 ‘It's Supposed to Be Fun’ Quotes

Quote from Ray

Debra: Okay you're not going near my son.
Ray: Come on! This is nothing! Hey, you know what my father used to do to me when I was a kid? I remember one time, I was getting ready for the senior prom, and I was combing my hair in the hallway mirror, and he pushes past me and goes, "Bad haircut. I can still see your face."
Debra: How did that make you feel?
Ray: What? Nothing. I knew that he was just trying to be funny. All right, all right. I felt bad for a second, but then I forgot about it.
Debra: Until now?
Ray: Listen, this wasn't like that. All I really did was say a little joke.
Debra: Like your dad. You know, you've told me that haircut story before.
Ray: It was just a little joke. I didn't mean it.
Debra: I know you didn't.
Ray: I'll talk to him. I'm gonna need lots of gum.

Quote from Frank

Marie: Oh. When we get home, I'll get you something for your tum-tum.
Robert: That's okay, Ma. I'm fine now. Stop rubbing my tummy!
Frank: Hey, remember the time you had that clam roll at Howard Johnson's?
Robert: All right, Dad.
Frank: And you washed it down with a strawberry milk shake?
Robert: Yeah, I remember, Dad. Please stop.
Frank: I had a sardine sandwich with onions and mayonnaise, and it was warm, I recall.
Robert: Why do this?
Frank: I find your discomfort amusing.
Ray: All right, plenty of snacks left over. Who wants some cheese sticks and guava nectar?
Robert: I'll be outside.

Quote from Marie

Frank: Why didn't you bring some cushions or something? This bench is killing me.
Marie: It's crushing his brain.
Frank: Sure. These seats don't bother you.
Ray: Hey, if you two can't get along, I'm gonna separate you.
Marie: You mean legally?