Ray Quote #6

Quote from Ray in The Motel Guest

Ray: As you can see, it's light and breezy. And by breezy, I mean there's a slight but steady draft I'm told you only notice in the winter.


 ‘The Motel Guest’ Quotes

Quote from Roland

Johnny: You didn't hear us last night?
Roland: Nope.
Johnny: Banging away?
Roland: Now, whatever you and the missus do after hours, that's your business, not mine.
Johnny: On the walls, Roland, with our fists!
Roland: And if you're into that kind of stuff, that doesn't bother me at all.

Quote from Moira

Moira: Oh, there's a woman in here who couldn't afford a Persian rug, so she painted one on her tiled floor. The magazine is celebrating her ingenuity!
Johnny: Well, it sounds like a creative solution.
Moira: A creative solution would be a lobotomy to make one forget they like nice things. It's all so bleak.

Quote from Ray

Ray: Oh, okay, okay. I think I know what all the hesitation is about. Yes, someone did take their own life in this space, but the good news is, we've replaced the ceiling fan, it's now a break-away model. And to answer your question, yes, there is parking. Uh, oh, and they also allow cats.

 Ray Butani Quotes

Quote from The Plant

Patrick: I've actually seen a few photos of this place, it looks pretty good.
David: Yeah, the facade would indicate otherwise, but I trust you on this.
Patrick: Oh. You know, when I moved here and got a room with Ray, I didn't know how long I was gonna be staying.
David: Mmm-hmm.
Patrick: And now here we are.
Ray: For me this is bittersweet because on the one hand, I could lose you as a roommate, Patrick, but on the other, I would gain the commission.

Quote from Don't Worry, It's His Sister

Johnny: So, this is the town limits?
Ray: Yes, sir. 4,500 acres that ends right here at the town sign. And it's all yours, Johnny. It must be a nice feeling, considering you don't have a lot right now. You know, because of the crooked business manager. You know, the money scandal-
Johnny: Yes, I know, I know, I know, Ray.

Quote from Estate Sale

Ray: And sold! To Johnny Rose, for the price of $15 dollars. Which, uh, I hope you can afford. You know, considering your financial situation.
Johnny: Yeah, I get it, Ray. I get it. I get it. I've got cash, and I'd just like my cufflinks, please.