Jay Quote #1532
Jay: You know, it's... Thing about babies, you... you fall in love with a baby with the cutest little fat folds, and then... bam... they're gone. But it's okay, because in its place is this... toddler with the greatest laugh on Earth. And then one day, the toddler's gone, and in its place, a little kid that asks the most interesting questions you've ever heard. And this keeps going on like that, but you never get the chance to miss any of them, 'cause there's always a new kid to take the place of the old. Until they grow up. And then... in a moment, all those kids you fell in love with walk out the door at the same time.
Jay: Oh, I don't mean to be a bummer. I'm just saying it goes fast. Like the expression... "You never know the last time you pick up your kid."
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Dylan: It still haunts her. Not to be weird, but she still won't let me mention your names while we're making love.
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Jay: I hate it when they get cute with the bathroom signs. Why would French fries mean ladies and baked potato gents? Just throw one of them into a skirt.
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Jay: It's probably good to be emotional every now and then. I should probably practice letting it out without a pill. [to Joe] Hey, I was proud of you in that show you did. I love you!
Joe: I know. We had this conversation four times last night.
Gloria: Um, maybe you should check your call history.
Jay: Oh, no.
[elsewhere, Phil plays a message on his answer phone:]
Jay: [on Phil's phone] You inspire me. And I think I'm rude to you sometimes because I'm scared of that, Phil. This is a long way of saying... [voice breaking] I think I finally have a best friend. You inspire me. And I think I'm rude to you somet...
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Jay: Mm. Well, it looks like vomit, so I'm not pou-ting it in my mouth.