Betty: Besides, we get to meet all of our family members and practice our Spanish. "Hola comi a tu sobrina."
Ignacio: You just said "I ate your niece."

Ignacio: and you just quit beauty school...
Hilda: I didn't want to quit, they just stopped appreciating all of this

Ignacio: Hilda, you were out with Santos. I heard you climb the drain pipe. Did he at least walk you to it and give you a boost?
Hilda: You never let up, God I hate this house! I'm so out of here when I'm fourty!

Ignacio: I'm starting not to remember the feel of rain, the smell of freshly mowed grass...
Hilda: Papi, we live in Jackson Heights. The grass smells like fried onions.

Hilda: Okay, there is no way you are going to her house!
Ignacio: Hilda, I need to meet the lawyer.
Hilda: Yeah, in an office with florescent lights and witnesses...

Ignacio: Mrs Meade, what do you take in your coffee?
Claire: With vodka and ice, hold the coffee

Hilda: I can't have my clients see you in your crabby old man pajamas..
Ignacio: You worry about yourself, you're crabby in the morning

Ignacio: This is the first time I get to vote...
Hilda: Papi, last year you voted five times on Dancing with the Stars
Ignacio: Only because that Kristi Yamaguchi is an Asian ball of fire

[Hilda is cutting Igancio's hair...]
Hilda: I have to practice.. come on papi you said I could if I gave you a beer
Ignacio: Yeah but you had two
Hilda: I was nervous

Betty: Dad thank you for coming, I have to get back to work
Ignacio: I was just concerned
[Ignacio takes out camera]
Ignacio: ... and I was hoping to get a look at the shemale!
Betty: Dad!
[Betty takes camera]

[about dating Constance to get his green card...]
Ignacio: I don't play that game
Tucson: You want your green card? You don't have a choice man. You ride that squishy train until you reach your destination

Betty [on hidden bluetooth]: Betty Suarez
Ignacio: I know, I named you

Ugly Betty Quotes

I've had to say good-bye more times than I may have like, but everyone can say that. And no matter how many times we have to do it - even if it's for the greater good, it still stings. And although we will never forget what we've given up, we owe it to ourselves to keep moving forward. What we can't do is live our lives afraid of the next good-bye because chances are they are not going to stop. The trick is to recognize when a good-bye can be a good thing - when it's a chance to start again.


They always come back.