Jay Quote #1501

Quote from Jay in Legacy

Jay: So, all this childhood memorabilia came to me after your mother died... diaries, photo albums, adorable drawings. So, enjoy your stroll down memory lane, but know that at the end of that lane is a dumpster.
Mitchell: Okay. You have a painting upstairs by William "The Refrigerator" Perry, but there's no room for my baby teeth?
[aside to camera:]
Jay: I needed to free up some space in the garage.
Gloria: Because it's not a garage anymore. It's a warehouse full of dog beds that nobody wants to buy.
Jay: It's been a slow period, but it should pick up next quarter.
Gloria: What? When all the dogs get back their income tax refunds and they want to go splurge on beds for themselves?


 ‘Legacy’ Quotes

Quote from Frank

Phil: So, Dad, I, uh, I w... I wanted to ask you...
Frank: Oh, boy. No serious talk, okay? Yes, I'm taking all my million pills. You can come over and press my stomach. I'm starting to feel like a bean bag chair.

Quote from Frank

Phil: This takes me to my next question. Um... did you and Mom ever... ever want a-a-another child?
Frank: Well, I suppose all parents wonder how things would have changed if they had a different child.
Phil: I-I didn't... didn't mean a different one. I-I mean an additional one.
Frank: Why do you ask?
Phil: Well, 'cause if you'd had another kid, maybe... maybe he'd have taken over the business and... and you wouldn't have had to sell. I always... I always felt kind of bad that I didn't.
Frank: The answer is no, Phil. Never. Because... Well, you did take over the family business, didn't you? Keeping life light, making it fun for everybody.
Phil: I learned from the best.

Quote from Frank

Frank: You know, your mother and I came here every Sunday for 44 years.
Phil: You miss her, don't you?
Frank: It comes and goes. Fourth of July is rough.
Phil: Really? I didn't realize she was so patriotic.
Frank: Well, it's that hot dog eating contest they have on TV. You know, I always thought that your mother could have been a competitive eater. No food ever expired in our house. She'd see that last day pop up on a pound of bacon or a gallon of milk, and down it went. It was personal for her.