Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions

Quotes (69)

  • Jenny: Oh don't tell me... Billy's sister. Monica: No, actually I'm his wife!

  • Heather: Let me guess, you subscribe to the old is better theory. Gwen: No, more like the good taste never goes out of style theory.

  • Heather: Care to join me? Peter: No thanks. I don't swim with sharks.

  • Peter: I brought you a new subordinate to torture. Chandler Williams, boss's other son, so you better be on your best beahvior. Scott: Navy man. I can smell it all over him. Chandler: I'm picking up a foul army stench. Peter: And all I'm getting is way too much testosterone. You two have a lovely day getting acquainted.

  • Samantha: (to Chandler) Hey sailor, you gonna ask me to dance or do I have to do everything around here?

  • Peter: I've hit a nerve. Heather: You dance like a schoolboy.

  • Peter: Mother, I thought you were going to do something. You implied you'd help. Gwen: First of all, watch your tone of voice. Second of all, when you lose, which you just did, try to lose with dignity and at least a modicum of grace. At the moment you're embarrassing me.

  • Chandler: It's like the roads in Italy. All conversations lead to Heather.

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Notes (15)

  • In the original pilot, Samantha was played by Priscilla Garita.

  • The theme song is "6 Underground" by Sneaker Pimps.

  • Ingo Rademacher joins the cast as David O'Connor.

  • The show has a new theme song, composed by Joseph Stanley Williams and Amye Williams.

  • Kevin Zegers joins the cast as Ethan Benchley.

  • Jason Winston George does not appear in this episode and is not included in the opening credits.

  • Final regular appearance by Perry King.

  • After this episode, NBC announced that Titans would move to Mondays at 8, beginning December 4.

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Allusions (1)

  • Episode Title: Something Wicca This Way Comes This is a reference to the Ray Bradbury novel "Something Wicked This Way Comes" and the 1983 movie "Something Wicked This Way Comes". It also refers to a couplet in the William Shakespeare play "Macbeth": "By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes."