Frankie Quote #1491

Quote from Frankie in Homecoming II: The Tailgate

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.

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 ‘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 Brick

Mike: All hail the cornhole pro.
Frankie: Whoo!
Brick: Yep. Now that I'm an athlete, I should probably wear one of those shirts that has numbers on it. Also that plastic thing athletes wear to protect my area.
Mike: I'm telling you, Frankie, he is unbelievable. The kid's a natural.
Frankie: Are you sure you're talking about Brick? 'Cause yesterday it took him three tries to hit the light switch.
Mike: The tide's turning here. He's great at cornhole. He's protecting his area. I'm just trying to figure out how he got so good.
[flashback to Brick on his bed tossing a finished book into a box so he can read another one]
Mike: Who knew the road to the giant spatula would go through that little guy?

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.