Raymond Albert Barone
Kate: But as bad as your father has been--
Ray: Oh boy...
Kate: Your mother has brought the morale of our community to an all-time low.
Scott: Go ahead, Kate.
Kate: None of the other women want to be around her. You know, she has this way of appearing to be giving you a compliment when actually, she is insulting you! And she's critical of everything. Clothes, people, cooking.
Debra and Ray: I don't know where this is coming from...
Ray: (when Frank and Marie get kicked out of their retirement home) I think you may have a problem.
Robert: A problem? I bought this house fair and square for $26,000, Raymond!
Ray: Okay, all right, but where are they gonna go?
Robert: Where are they gonna go? How about your house, Raymond?
Ray: I don't think so.
Robert: Oh, I do think so!
Debra: All right, all right, Robert. You have every right to be upset. But I will get a stepladder and fight you to the death over this!
Scott: You need to take your parents with you.
Katie: We have people to help you pack.
Debra: (getting angry) Now, hold on. We are not just going to sit here and listen to you run down these good people! I don't think you've even considered that the problem just may be everybody else!
Scott: Well, I--
Debra: Frank and Marie are fine, religious people! Oh, sure, they may be a little opinionated, but I find that refreshing. And Marie may have bruised some feelings, but it's important to remember that everything she does comes from love!
Scott: I understand that you're upset--
Debra: (near tears) Please don't make us take them back!
Marie: (to Ray) Ooh, I had a fantastic idea! What if you and I have some one-on-one time? Next week, come by yourself, and stay for a few days!
Ray: Hmm. No, I mean......(looks to Debra for help)
Debra: You know what, Marie? That is a great idea. I mean, I'm gonna miss Ray, but I guess I'll just have to suck it up.
Debra: Marie must be making some friends. Isn't she in the cast of The Unsinkable Molly Brown?
Katie: That's now a one woman show. And when I tried to confront Marie about all of this, she told me that my rude tone may be the reason that I don't have a husband. (starts to cry)
Amy: (after finding out Marie and Frank have to move back) So...there's nothing we can do? Isn't there some sort of appeals process?
Amy: Is it money? We can pay more money!
Debra: So how are you, Frank?
Frank: Fat! The dining hall's open 24 hours, plus Marie's still cooking up a storm. Some days, I eat 10 times!
Ray: You know, I used to always think, why can't Debra and I get along with my parents? Then I think that maybe it's us, maybe they're the parents and we're supposed to honor them and respect them like they're Chinese or something. But today...I realized something. It's not us. It's you. People from your own World War II generation have spoken, and IT'S YOU!!!
Frank: We have a toilet that's padded AND heated! Ray, before you go home, you gotta give it a test run!
Ray: Try and stop me!
Debra: Listen, Robert, I know you're upset about this, but if I have to I will get a stepladder and fight you to the death on this!
(Marie is looking at Robert's workout machine)
Marie: This is obviously a sex machine!
Frank: Can I go for a ride?
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