Having been forced by Marie, Ray reluctantly takes Robert to the Hall of Fame to meet the 1969 New York Mets, where the team is signing autographs. When they arrive, they find that the line is incredibly long. Since Ray is a "big shot" sports writer, he tries to use that as an excuse to get to the front of the line. Security kicks him out pretty quickly, so Robert doesn't get to meet his hero Art Shamsky. Then on the drive home, they're pulled over by a police officer for speeding. So, Robert tries to be a "big shot", since he is a fellow cop, and tries to save Ray from getting a ticket. But it doesn't work.
Did You Know?
I admit that there may have been times when I might have mentioned in passing that I possibly envied you. But not anymore. And would you like to know why?
Yeah, no, not really. Where the hell is the waitress?
Everything you have - successful career, great family, free hot dogs - has made you lose touch with reality. You... are spoiled.
Oh. Yeah. And I guess all those years sponging off mom and dad have made you a better person.
It certainly did. I may have a thankless job, be divorced, pay full...
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