Amish in the City

Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions

Quotes (10)

  • Ariel: Cows are from outer space.

  • (about eggs) Ariel: Those are chicken abortions.

  • Reese: I just ran into the wall! Meagan: What happened? Reese: Well, I was running from the Amish people...

  • Whitney: Are there any black Amish people? Miriam: Well...I have a friend that gets pretty dark in the summertime.

  • Mose: Ray Gay? Never heard of the dude.

  • Miriam: Reese wears girl clothes, so I got to borrow his shirt!

  • Ruth: Who cares if I had pizza or if I had poop!

  • Miriam: I was dancing and acting stupid. I was shaking my boot-tay!

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Notes (7)

  • This episode will encore on Friday July 30 and Saturday July 31, at 8 p.m. EST This episode was a two hour premiere that counts as two of the ten episodes ordered.

  • It's revealed the Amish have been in L.A. for around 3 weeks.

  • This episode was shown in an encore presentation on Friday August 6 at 9 pm EST, and Saturday August 7 at 8 pm EST.

  • This episode aired in an encore presentation on Friday, August 13 at 9:00 EST.

  • This episode aired in an encore presentation on Friday, August 20 at 9:00 EST.

  • This episode aired in an encore presentation on Friday, August 27 at 9:00 EST.

  • Originally scheduled to air in its normal timeslot on September 22, UPN pushed the finale ahead to the 21st, with no advertising. UPN never re-aired this episode.

Allusions (3)

  • Ariel: Died at 35.
    Abraham Lincoln was assasinated much later in his life by John Wilkes Booth, and did not die from eggs, but from a fatal gun shot.

  • The Reference: Reggae
    Reggae is a genre of music that cultivated in Jamaica and made famous in America by the late Bob Marley. Full of smooth beats and Caribbean melodies, it is still a popular form of art today, being included in songs sung by No Doubt, Beyonce, and Sean Paul.

  • During the scene where Kevan is the only person to refuse to play truth or dare, he's busy reading the The Complete Idiot's Guide to Understanding the Amish.