Ugly Americans

Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions

Quotes (2)

  • Mark: In America you're always taught to reach for the stars, but for some just accepting who you are is hard enough. Others end up regretting the cost they paid to get to the top. Life is hard enough as it is. I say there are more important things to worry about. The best advice might be to just leave the stars alone, have a few drinks and pass out on your desk.

  • Callie: Our 666 anniversary! You know, 6 weeks, 6 days, 6 hours... since we had sex in the bathroom.

Notes (6)

  • This episode first aired on the Comedy channel in Canada on March 21, 2010.

  • This episode first aired on the Comedy Network in Canada on April 4, 2010.

  • This episode first aired on the Comedy Network in Canada on March 28, 2010.

  • This episode first aired on the Comedy Network in Canada on April 11, 2010.

  • This episode first aired on The Comedy Network in Canada on April 25, 2010.

  • This episode first aired on the Comedy Network in Canada on May 2, 2010.

Trivia (3)

  • When Mark Goes to Hell and is in what looks like Times Square in NYC there are many stores and restaurants that we know with a Hellish Spin to their name except one, NBC! They include:

    Sin-a-Bon, Auntie Christs, Barnes and Evil, Hell Rock Cafe, Doomingdale's, Blood Bath & Beyond, and what looks like T.S.I.F. standing for Thank Satan Its Friday.

  • At the Dwayne Reede there is a homeless Man Fly sitting outside like with a cardboard sign which reads: Spiders Ate My Family

  • When Randall Calls Mark asking for help he tells Mark that he is at 24 East 14th st. When Mark shows up it's a Dwayne Reede. In NYC there is an actual Duane Reade at the exact address, however it is not on a corner as depicted in this episode.

Allusions (5)

  • While searching for a demon baby origins, Mark and Leonard arrive at a cemetery and they're pursued by ferocious dogs; this scene is the same in the 1976 version of The Omen.

  • In the fight scene between the vampires at the end of the episode the blonde vampire who is turned into a black cat is modelled on the character David played by Kiefer Sutherland in the 1987 movie "The Lost Boys".

  • The character Katrina is a reference in name and appearance to a vampire character of the same name in the 1986 horror film "Vamp" played by Grace Jones.

  • Scrimm's Funeral Home The funeral home is named after actor Angus Scrimm who is best know for his role in the horror franchise Phantasm as the mortician Dr. Jebediah Morningside a.k.a. "The Tall Man", an immortal being who sends the corpses from his funeral home to another dimension to be crushed down into diminutive minions who do his bidding on Earth.

  • This episode's title graphic is modeled on that for the theatrical film Star Wars II : Attack of the Clones , which begins the Clone War saga in that film series.