Mike Quote #833

Quote from Mike in Homecoming II: The Tailgate

Mike: You better not be dying. You're my cornhole partner. We're getting that giant spatula.
Sue: What?
Frankie: It's that stupid cornhole tournament trophy. Ron Donahue's won it for the last five years.
Mike: Four. Not five, only four, and he's obnoxious about it. Last time we had a barbecue, he brought that thing over, and he starts flipping burgers while I'm in the house getting the buns. You don't touch another man's grill or his remote or his wife... in that order.


 ‘Homecoming II: The Tailgate’ Quotes

Quote from Pat

Frankie: Where's Dad?
Pat: Oh, I convinced him to stay home. He's such a stick in the mud. Takes an act of congress to get pants on him. He only wears velour.
Frankie: Mm. What's with the paper towels?
Pat: Oh, I didn't know if you had any. You don't always shop. I telling you, Frankie, these are the best. You can get them wet, wipe up a spill, wet them again, dry them out, and use them over and over again. I'm carrying them everywhere lately.

Quote from Frankie

Frankie: You know, this is all because I called my mom for the dip recipe. If I had a time machine, I would go back and not call her. I know with the time machine, you're supposed to kill Hitler, and I will, but first this.
Mike: Look, I'm not saying it wouldn't be better without them, but suck it up. It's one day.
Frankie: No, that's the whole point. This is my one day to just forget about work and bills and puking kids. I mean, I'm not going on a cruise. I'm not going glamping with my girlfriends. I just have homecoming. So, if I don't want my parents with me this one time, it doesn't mean I don't love them. They'll understand that, right?
Mike: What's glamping?
Frankie: I mean, we spend Christmas with them. We spend Thanksgiving with them. I remember being with them recently on a Tuesday. So, if I just want to have some fun without them, is that so wrong?
Mike: No.
Frankie: Of course it is, Mike! I should want to be with them all the time. I'm so lucky to still have them.
Mike: You don't have to keep saying that.
Frankie: Yes, I do. I'm afraid if I don't, God will take them.
Mike: Tonight? 'Cause that would solve your problem.

Quote from Frankie

Frankie: Okay, you know I love my parents, but I really don't want them at homecoming. I mean, I feel bad even saying that out loud 'cause I'm so lucky to still have them. But [sighs] homecoming is for fun and friends, and my parents are just gonna be so... There. And they're gonna say things to people.
Mike: So tell them not to come.
Frankie: Yeah, you'd like that, wouldn't you?
Mike: Well, yeah, but you're the one that said you don't want them.
Frankie: Yeah, I know. But I should. I'm just so lucky to still have them.