Old Lady: Isn't that just sad? I hope he's not driving.
Abby: He's got Parkinson's, you fucking cunt.
Terry: It's good to have a Southie bitch on your side.
Abby: It's good to have the opportunity to be one.
Terry: That's the way, uh huh uh huh I like it, uh huh uh huh.

You are a worthwhile human being. You have a healthy appetite for sex. You are beautiful. You are a flawed man.


Ray: It's not your wedding present.
Bunch: [looks at the check] No? What'd you get me?
Ray: A standing mixer.
Bunch: What the fuck is that?
Ray: Kitchen shit. Abby picked it out.
Bunch: Thank you, Ray.
Ray: Congratulations.

Terry: We can't take communion.
Ray: It's a fuckin' cracker.

We've already killed one piece of shit priest in this place. It won't be such a chore to kill another.


That chair. You sat there. We barely knew each other. And you were broken, nowhere else to turn. I didn't refuse you, Ray, and I saved your brother's life. Repay the kindness.


It takes a long time, digging a grave.


See, you've worn the clothes so fucking long you forgot they don't belong to you. What you should do is say thank you. And get out.


There will be an unexpected and totally unplanned pop quiz tomorrow. You're welcome for the heads up.

Mr. Donellen

Mickey: Bunchy won the fuckin' lottery, huh.
Teresa: I like to call him Brendan.
Mickey: You can call him Vladamir for all I care, as long as you treat him right. He's never loved. He's pure, so you be gentle with my boy.

Father O'Connor told me about how you lost your mother to cancer. How your sister committed suicide. About your father who was a criminal. That you had one place to turn. Your church. Your priest. Excommunication is not a punishment, it's an invitation -- to change, repent and return to full communion -- when you're ready. You've suffered enough.

Father Romero

Daryll: You got the money?
Mickey: Sure.
Daryll: From where?
Mickey: I'm a resourceful person.

Ray Donovan Quotes

Well it's not going to lick itself.

Motel Owner

Mickey: I got a good one for ya.
Bunchy: Dad, don't.
Stan: It's alright.
Mickey: What's the difference between acne and a priest? Acne waits until a boy's 14 to come on his face.