Bianca: Speaking of inflation, can I get an advance on my allowance?
Walter: Stop being a capitalist. I'm not an ATM. You can't just push my buttons and get cash.
Cameron: I really need advice from someone other than my friend Michael. There's a reason the only girl he's kissed is his cousin Ruth.
Cameron: Yeah, maybe I can do that this afternoon while I'm setting up her online commerce.
Patrick: Yeah, you can protect her from all that unwanted spam.
Cameron: I can be her anti-virus software.
Ms. Sommers: Kat, astronauts on the international space station can see that you're a feminist.
Kat: (carrying a clipboard for her petition) Will you sign this? It would be nice to have a real person other than Mr. Balzac and Mr. I.P. Freely.
Cameron: (talking to Bianca about the soda) Sometimes they take a while to drop.
Patrick: So do your testicles.
Original International Air Dates:
Czech Republic: April 23, 2011 on AXN
Music in this episode:
- "All Coming Back To Me" by Intercooler
Bianca: Why can't Brad and Angie adopt us?
Dawn: At least I've got a shot. I'm Asian.
As of 2009, A-list celebrity couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have three adopted children: Maddox (from Cambodia), Pax (from Vietnam), and Zahara (from Ethiopia).
Patrick: You're like that little bear that sells fabric softener.
Snuggles, introduced in 1983, is the little bear appearing in commercials of Snuggle Liquid Fabric Softener.
Patrick: Do I look like Dr. Phil?
Phil McGraw, known to television audiences as Dr. Phil, is a pop psychologist, TV personality, and book author who gives advice on living one's life through his seminars, written work, and his television show, Dr. Phil.
Bianca: Charlie, you and your friends and your friends' friends should tune into BiancaAndDawn.org tonight for some Katy Perry action.
Katy Perry is the pop-rock singer-songwriter who composed and performed the hit single "I Kissed a Girl" from her 2008 album One of the Boys.
Charlie: This makes up for my parents blocking The L Word.
The L Word is a Showtime original drama series which looks at the lives and loves of a group of lesbian friends living in West Hollywood, California.
The title name refers to a Rolling Stone famous song with the same name, from their 1969 album Let It Bleed. It was named as the 100th greatest song of all time by Rolling Stone (magazine) in its 2004 list of 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.