Evelyn 'Grams' Ryan
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Evelyn 'Grams' Ryan (Character)
from "Dawson's Creek" (1998)

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"Dawson's Creek: Full Moon Rising (#2.5)" (1998)
Evelyn 'Grams' Ryan: I do not know what to do about you, child!
Jen Lindley: Please, don't preach to me right now.
Evelyn 'Grams' Ryan: No, there'll be no talk about God. You leave him out of it. This is between you and me. What I witnessed tonight is something I never want to see again, not in my house, not in my lifetime!
Jen Lindley: I had the situation under control. You don't have to get upset at me.
Evelyn 'Grams' Ryan: I am not upset, I am sick! I will not allow you to slide back into your reprehensible, New York behavior. Not while you're under my care. You will not disrespect me.
Jen Lindley: Wait a minute, I...
Evelyn 'Grams' Ryan: No, you wait a minute Jennifer! This behavior will not be tolerated. You will treat me with respect, and you will act like a lady. Have you no respect for yourself?


"Dawson's Creek: ...That Is the Question (#2.15)" (1999)
Evelyn "Grams" Ryan: [to Ty] If Jack is gay - he doesn't need your judgment, young man. The Lord above will be the one to judge him as he will judge all of us. What he needs from you and me and everyone else in this world is love and tolerance. If anything, that boy must feel scared and alone and it will take the understanding of his fellow man to help him through. Let's save judgment for someone much more experienced than you.


"Dawson's Creek: Hurricane (#1.5)" (1998)
Bodie Wells: What do you object to, Mrs. Ryan? The fact that I'm black and she's white? Or the fact that we're unmarried and about to have a child born out of sin?
Evelyn 'Grams' Ryan: What I object to, more than any of that, is when children raise children. When young people like Bessie and yourself have no background in parenting a mixed race baby. Get ready, Bodie. When that child is born, people will look upon him as different.
Bessie Potter: Half-black, half-white, it doesn't matter. This child will be 100% loved.


"Dawson's Creek: The Tao of Dawson (#4.11)" (2001)
Evelyn "Grams" Ryan: A moment. A single moment of true joy is more powerful than a lifetime of sorrow.


"Dawson's Creek: True Love (#3.23)" (2000)
Jen: Oww! A piece of crab shell. That's what I need right now, a chipped tooth. It'll keep men away from me for good.
Andie: If that doesn't work, you can always join me in the nunnery this summer.
Jack: At least you got to have relationships before they failed.
Evelyn "Grams" Ryan: Good grief, you all sound like a bunch of old ladies!