The Jane Show

It's All Relative

Season 2, Ep 11, Aired 4/18/07
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  • Episode Description
  • When she is reunited with her sister Kathleen, Jane has difficulty overcoming a bout of sibling rivalry. Meanwhile, when Spirit's management decided to enforce the office dress code they never counted on Iggy coming to work in women's clothing.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Shoshana Sperling

  • T.W. Peacocke

  • Andrew Misle

    Iggy

  • Darren Boyd

    Walton

  • Hardee T. Lineham

    Carey

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (7)

    • Desmond: Jane, family is the cornerstone of society. Without family would all be pot smoking sodomites. Carey: (having a flashback) Ohhh, freshman year.

    • Jane: (Talking about her Sister) Everything she says is an insult, but in code. You didn't hear it because you don't speak her language of insult. Carey: French?

    • Gloria: Wanna buy an organic catnip sock? They're made by vulnerable women in vulnerable countries. I am volunteering today at the annex cat rescue table... you know, step nine, making amends? Jane: Right. Gloria: (Looking desperate) I'm thinking of smoking one of these later. (holding up the catnip sock tube)

    • Carey: Does the dress code include undergarments Stella: No Carey: So, I can still "freeball" it? Susan: (Disgusted) Uggghhh!

    • Carey: (Giving advice to Jane) Change your dance, and she'll have to change hers. Just some advice I got from a therapist. Susan: You're in therapy? Carey: Oh, believe it or not I use to be a mess.

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    Notes (1)

    • Shoshana Sperling, who played "Gloria", is also credited as the writer of this episode.

    Allusions (1)

    • Iggy: Why don't we all wear brown shirts? In defiance of the dress code, Iggy suggests "brown shirts". In fact, "Brownshirts" was the nickname of the Nazi German Sturmabteilung (Storm Troops), who were the the private army of the German Nazi party. The name was derived from the colour of their uniform.

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