Question Mark (wondering about love): Why do we continue to try to express the unexpressable? Maybe it is because we
live with the hope that no matter how feeble our attempts, the message will still get across.
Robbie (to Kim): Your world is so much bigger than mine and I can’t stop you from exploring it.
Parker: You know my grandma once said to me 'it's harder to watch others move on when you're standing still.'
Wow. Your grandma said that?
Parker: Yeah, she was talking about her walker at the time, but I still think it's a good
PW: I can yodel, people. Don't make me prove it.
Ray: Oh man, if politics is this rowdy, I'm signing up as coach.
Travis: You mean campaign manager.
Ray: Yeah, whatever,
the guy with the whistle.
Ray: Just think, when Lily becomes President, I'll be her first lady. HA!
Paige (Ray's Date): Sometimes my dad's so embarrassing he calls me Pumpkin.
Ray: Is that because you have a big head?
I.. I.. I meant that in a good way.
Lily: And by the way, if you call me again, I will tell everyone you played with a doll until you were six.
It was a female action figure.
Lily: With a dream house? Please.
Ray: I gotta go do some studying. (after noticing the stunned looks) Fine. I just wanna watch
Ray (to Travis): Listen, in an action movie this is the part where the hero-- that's you-- leaves the others-- that's us--
goes on his own-- again, that's you. I believe you can make it. Go for it, man. (After watching Travis go to leave the room)
Ten bucks says he doesn't make it out the front door.
Robbie: What happened?
Travis: Ray and Lily happened.
Robbie: So if you were Lily or Ray, where would you look for duct tape?
Travis: If I were Ray, probably some place called
the Duct Tape Store.
Travis: The first step to changing a mind, is getting its attention.
Miss C: Don't mind Pronto. Once again his lips are moving, but his brain's taken the day off.
Ray: I don't understand you. I'm afraid I don't speak crazy-talk!
Ray(about Audrey): Now why is it she no longer has the hots for you? Oh yeah, that's right, you blew her off because you
were afraid she'd think you were a freak.
Travis: I prefer weirdo. (makes a decision) Time to stop being afraid. (confidently
strides away to talk to Audrey)
Ray: Well, that wasn't very satisfying.
Travis (to self): What do normal people talk about?
Ray: You know, I leave you alone for one day and you go over to the freak side.
Ray: Once you call an alien 'bro,' you can't go back to normal.
Ray: So, how do you fly this thing?
Lily: Oh no, Robbie's breaking up with us.
Ray: It's not you, it's me.
Ray: Let's do 'mo-nner'. That's a movie and dinner.
Ed & Ted: The police estimate a crowd of over 20,000
Smog: How many people are really there?
Ed & Ted:
Five, but we're expecting another 19, 995.
Lily: Why is it every time she says 'rocks' I want to throw one at her?
Travis: ... my favourite scientist was Descartes because he did his best work after a big sleep-in, never, ever woke up
Travis: Forget about it, Lily. Fools rush into love, but it doesn't last.
Lily:How many muscles to bite your perky, little head off?
Ray: Like seeing your dad in low rider jeans and a muscle shirt
Pronto: I was repulsed, but somehow I couldn't look away.
?: Kind of how I feel watching you dance.
PW: You are truly frightening, Kim.
Shady Lane: Wow, did you go to Evil School or something? I heard it existed, but I could never get my hands on the course
Ray: So when do I get to ride your bike?
Robbie: When I get a car
Ray: And don't be too funny 'cause I'm the funny guy. You're the moody loner with an axe to grind. This is no time for
PW: There is nothing brave about sitting in the back of the class and being rude.
Lily: Tell you what, if you promise to never do that groundhog face ever again, I'll even help you out.
Ray: History isn't just about telling the winner's side of the story.
PW: I'm going to tell you a little story, a story about another angry young man. Deep down just wanted to be accepted for
who he was, find friends he could trust.
Travis: And let me guess, and when he did, he started living up to his full potential.
And that young man's name was Danny Waller.
PW: No, actually it was Derek Neefer who's serving 10-20 for mail fraud.
PW (to self): Danny, you made a difference.