"It's like this and like that and like this and uh"New York Mets starter R.A. Dickey (7-5) did not have his best knuckleball today.   But before his teammates had the opportunity to learn that they staked him to a 2-0 lead.   Jose Reyes led off the game against Philadelphia Phillies ace Roy Halladay (14-8) with a double and scored on a single by Angel Pagan.   2 outs later Pagan scored on a single by Ike Davis that knocked Halladay's glove off and the Mets had that 2-0 lead.   Dickey struggled with his knuckler from the get-go but managed to retire the first 4 Phillies in order before Jayson Werth hit a fly ball to deep center field.   Carlos Beltran drifted back to the left then back to the right then smashed into the padded center field wall as Werth's batted ball flew over it for a solo homer cutting the Mets lead to 2-1."Gimme the microphone first so I can bust like a bubble"With 1 out in the 3rd inning Dickey allowed a double to Jimmy Rollins then induced Placido Polanco to hit a grounder to shortstop.   But Reyes couldn't field it and was charged with an error which seemed to unnerve the already underwhelming Dickey.   Next batter Ross Gload then hit an RBI single to tie the game.   The next batter, Raul Ibanez, hit a 3-run homer and the batter after that, Werth, doubled.   1 out later Brian Schneider singled to drive in Werth, Dickey had fallen from his tightrope, and the Phillies had a 6-2 lead."But, uh, back to the lecture at hand"In the 6th inning the Mets duplicated part of their 1st inning.   Reyes led off with a double and Pagan singled him home making the score 6-3.   Then in the 7th inning 4 of the first 5 Mets batters reached base off of Halladay.   Fernando Martinez singled.   Josh Thole doubled.   Ruben Tejada grounded out driving in Martinez and moving Thole to 3rd base.   Pinch-hitter Chris Carter doubled to center driving home Thole making it 6-5.   Reyes walked putting the go-ahead run on base.   But Pagan flied out and Beltran struck out to end the Mets threat.   Ryan Madson and Brad Lidge sent the last 6 Mets down in order to preserve the win for Halladay.   Final score Philadelphia 6, New York 5.box score