Modern Family - Jay Quote #701

Quote from Jay in Other People's Children

[aside to camera:]
Jay: I remember the day I gave Mitchell his first taste of beer. He winced and carried on like someone was digging a bullet out of his leg. I couldn't take that moment away from Phil.
[flashback:]
Jay: Hang on. Wait a second. Let me see that. No, this beer's skunked. It's no good. Damn fridge must be on the fritz again.
Luke: Aw, man. Really?
Jay: Sorry, buddy. It's probably time to call your dad anyway, right?

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‘Other People's Children’ Quotes

Quote from Luke

Cameron: Mitch and I are taking Alex and Manny to an art exhibit. But, of course, everybody is welcome to join.
Manny: It's a retrospective on "Post-war Abstract Expressionism".
Luke: Wait. For school?
Manny: No, for life.
Luke: Oh, thank God. I don't even know who we fought in the Post War.

Quote from Lily

Lily: What's a bridal store?
Gloria: It's a place with the most wonderful dresses that you have ever seen. We're gonna get you the perfect one even if it takes us all day.
Lily: Found it.
Claire: Oh, no, sweetie. That's a costume. You can't wear a costume to a wedding.
Lily: Why not? Belle's a princess. She faced the beast. She stood up to the townspeople. What have you done?

Quote from Cameron

Cameron: I am so excited for this exhibit. I'm such an admirer of Kandinsky. You know, he was credited with painting the first truly abstract work.
Mitchell: Is that so?
Cameron: Mm-hmm.
[aside to camera:]
Cameron: To be honest, I was a little nervous about holding my own with those three, so... I did a little boning up on Kandinsky. Figured it couldn't hurt to have a few facts in my pocket. My backup plan was to touch a painting and get thrown out.

Jay Quotes

Quote from The Bicycle Thief

Jay: [aside to camera] The key to being a good dad? Look, sometimes things work out just the way you want. Sometimes they don't. You got to hang in there. Because when all is said and done, 90% of being a dad is just showin' up.

Quote from Kids These Days

Jay: I hate losing to a team with a Viking mascot. Hey, you died out and became Swedes! Hip-hip-hooray for socialism and seasonal depression!

Quote from Bringing Up Baby

Cameron: It's a French Canadian delicacy called poutine.
Jay: Mm. Well, it looks like vomit, so I'm not pou-ting it in my mouth.