Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions
Quote #1: Chris and the band, discussing Chris' new love interest, Heather, and the threat of "omni-sexual" Sophie… Roly: "Sophie B. Hawkins is a woman. That gives her the decided edge in chasing another woman." Anson: "Oh yeah, that's true. A chick knows, like, all the secret places to touch another chick. You know, because they're both fellow chicks." Kenney: "Anson might finally have a point here. You know, because the female body is a very mysterious thing to us guys. I mean, we can go there, but we'll always be strangers in a strange land." Quote #2: Kenney, talking to Chris at Heather's exhibition, encouraging him to go after the girl: Kenney: "Remember, commitment. It's time to open the spinach, Popeye."
Songs featured in this episode: "Nothing to Say" Live rehearsal setting at Bimbo's with Sophie B. Hawkins. "Livin' For Your Lover" Live rehearsal setting at Chris' house. "Let Me Down Easy" Chris is watching the promotional video on TV at his home. "Damn, I Wish I Was Your Lover" Live concert setting at Bimbo's with Sophie B. Hawkins. "Flying" Live concert setting at Bimbo's.
Roly: "Actually, I think she prefers "Pan-sexual."
The band discuss Sophie's sexual preference, and Roly tries to offer an explanation. But what are "Omni-Sexual" and "Pan-Sexual?"
According to the Urban Dictionary Website, Pan Sexual and Omni Sexual are defined as:
Relating to, having, or open to sexual activity of many kinds.
A sado-masochistic, homo, necro, peda, bestial, with the desire to screw anything: animal, vegetable, or mineral!