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: [on parenting
] It's like your Aunt Edna's ass. It goes on forever and it's just as frightening.
: [approaching Grandma
] Is that Grandma? Frank
: Yeah, she's still alive. Larry Buckman
: [Larry and Grandma laugh and embrace
] Jeez Grandma, you got short. Grandma
: I'm shrinking! Larry Buckman
: [briefly chuckles
: Gil, you have a good memory. Uh, was it yours or Helen's or Susan's wedding I got drunk at? Gil
: It was all three, Dad. Congratulations. Frank
: Well, which one did I punch the band leader? Gil
: That was mine. We have photos. I'm having them blown up for the commitment hearings.
: [mimics Susan laughing
] Well, you think he's funny. Well, when he was a kid, he wasn't as funny. Stayed in his room all day. Boy, you were a moody little son of a bitch. Gil
] Gee, I wonder why.
: [watching Larry get thrown from a moving car and rolling up next to his feet
] What was that? Larry Buckman
: [Larry stands up and brushes himself off
] Oh, some - friends of mine were just dropping me off. Frank
: Friends? Friends slow down, they even stop!
[Larry walks away chuckling
: [Frank has asked Gil for advice about Larry
] And you want my advice? Why me? Why now? Frank
: Because I know you think I was a shitty father.
[Gil is silent
: Thank you for not arguing. And I know you're a good father.
: You know, when you were two years old, we thought you had polio. Did you know that? Gil
: Yeah, Mom said... something about it a couple of years ago. Frank
: Yeah, well, for a week we didn't know. I hated you for that.
[Gil looks surprised and hurt
: I did. I hated having to care, having to go through the pain, the hurt, the suffering. It's not for me.
: [after power failure
] Your mouth used up all the power.