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Everybody Loves Raymond: The Walk to the Door

507. The Walk to the Door

Aired November 6, 2000

When Ray and his family attend a wedding, he runs into a girl he dated in high school, bringing up memories of guilt for not walking her to her door.

Quote from Frank

Debra: Regret, please?
Ray: Okay. All right. I regret not loving you more. Yes. Yes, you deserve all the love that can fit in the ocean.
Frank: [laughs] Oh, man!
Marie: I thought that was beautiful, Frank. Why can't you say something like that?
Frank: All right. [clears throat] I would love it if you were in the ocean.

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Quote from Frank

Frank: When are we gonna get there?
Ray: I told you to go before we leave. Stop kicking the back of my seat!
Marie: Ignore him. He just doesn't like weddings.
Frank: I had a bad experience once.

Quote from Marie

Marie: Funny. Talking about regrets. I've got regrets. [Ray and Debra look away] Probably too many regrets to mention.
Frank: Okay then.
Marie: I- I've I've done things that I just feel terrible about to all of you.
Ray: All right, Ma.
Debra: Wait, let her speak.
Marie: Like to you, Debra. I've always regretted not being more nurturing to you when you first started out as a wife and a mother. Honey, I'm sorry.
Debra: Oh, Marie. That's nice.
Marie: Because now, at this point, what can I do?
Debra: It must feel good to get that off your chest.
Marie: Yeah, it does feel good.

Quote from Robert

Robert: So, three couples and me. On this joyous day of love and togetherness, the cheese stands alone.
Marie: You're not alone. You have us.
Robert: Super!

Quote from Marie

Marie: And Raymond, I've always regretted not toughening you up when you were a boy.
Ray: I'm tough.
Marie: No, you're not. And Robert.
Robert: Yes?
Marie: Actually, I don't have any regrets about how I raised you, dear.
Robert: You've gotta be kidding.
Marie: And Frank... Some regrets speak for themselves.

Quote from Frank

Frank: Enough with all this crap! Regret is a waste of time. My father used to be working on the road 40 weeks a year. When he'd come back home, you think he had time for regrets? He'd have a drink, punish me for whatever I did, and then hit the road again. Okay, so what am I gonna do? Ask him to quit his job so he can play with me or something?
Marie: Oh, Frank.
Frank: What?
Marie: You never told me anything about this. See? It's good to talk. Come on, open up to me. I'm here for you.
Frank: Okay, look, I was lying about my old man. He was a jolly guy who gave me puppies and chocolate coins, so just slide back over, okay?

Quote from Ray

Robert: All right. There is something I always felt bad about. When Joanne and I were first going out, I took her to this party at my sergeant's house. And at dinner she started to tell this joke, and I guess she thought it was pretty funny, but nobody else did and no one laughed. Which would've been one thing, but I didn't laugh either. She just sat there, embarrassed. I mean, what kind of a guy-
Debra: [to Ray] You used his regret?! You couldn't think of one thing on your own, so you had to steal his regret?! You stole his regret!
Robert: You stole my regret?
Ray: Well, I definitely have something I regret doing to you now, soda pop.

Quote from Frank

Marie: Well, I'm looking forward to seeing our old neighbors. The Stedmans and the Garinis and the Di Vincenzos.
Frank: Which ones were they again?
Robert: You kicked in their Halloween pumpkin 'cause you thought it was a caricature of you.
Frank: Oh, yeah.

Quote from Debra

Ray: I just remember Mom saying, "If Elizabeth Garini asks you, you should go! It'll be fun!"
Debra: Oh, so your mom was pimping for you?
Marie: I don't like that, Debra.

Quote from Frank

Ari: Hey there, tablemates. How you doing? I'm Ari Armon. This is my wife, Marcy.
Frank: What are you so happy about? Don't you see this table placement is an insult? They stuck us in the corner by the kitchen.
Marie: Come on, it's fine, Frank.
Frank: It's not fine. We're at table 19 out of 20 tables. And table 20 is filled with embarrassing family nut-jobs. No offense.

Quote from Marie

Marie: No, there's something you don't know about this whole Elizabeth business. You know how I do things out of love?
Robert: Oh, this is never good.
Marie: When you were in high school, Raymond, you were so lonely. I just wanted you to be happy.
Ray: What did you do?
Marie: Everything I told you about Elizabeth back in high school, thinking you were cute and having a crush on you, was a fib.
Ray: What? You lied to me?
Marie: Fibbed.
Ray: Wait a minute. Wait a minute. She had to like me a little bit because she asked me out, right? Right?
Marie: See, I ran into Elizabeth in the market and I asked her if she would please ask you out to the dance. [Ray wails] At first she said no, but then I told her that you were polite and kind and a nice dresser.
Ray: A pity date? All this time, I was... I was a pity date?
Marie: No, not at all.

Quote from Robert

Robert: What's wrong with my haircut?
Ray: All right, I'm sorry. I had a rough night, okay?
Robert: You want to drive to the woods and dump Dad out?
Ray: Rub some honey on his ass and blow a bear whistle.

Quote from Frank

Robert: I guess I was right, Raymond. When she accepted your apology, she was putting on an act. She had to keep from laughing.
Frank: You couldn't walk her to the door 'cause she was running for the door.

Quote from Marie

Ray: Wait, Ma, the Garinis are gonna be there?
Marie: Mm-hmm.
Ray: Oh, God.
Robert: What's wrong there, cubby?
Ray: Forget it. Nothing, it's stupid.
Robert: I'm sure it is. Let's hear it.
Marie: I know what it's about. Raymond and Elizabeth Garini had a thing back in high school.
Debra: Oh, really?
Ray: It wasn't a thing. It was one date.
Marie: Well, it could have been a thing. Elizabeth had a big crush on you. But you were so picky. Back then.

Quote from Robert

Debra: So, tell me about this girl, Ray.
Ray: She went to a different high school and they were having their winter dance thing.
Marie: And I heard that Elizabeth thought he was cute and wanted to invite him.
Robert: Was she the blind girl?
Ray: Hey, how would you know, huh? You were home in your footsy pajamas asking Mom for more pudding.

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