Frank's trucker hat reads, "Drapes"
Liz: It's not fair to let Drew live a lie, and I think I'm the woman to fix him.
Jack: Be careful, Lemon. You wake a sleepwalker, you risk getting urinated on.
(Drew has made dinner.)
Liz: Now, what is this?
Drew: Dr. Drew's salmon bourguison.
Liz: What is this orange-y taste?
Tracy, Jr.: Thanks to you I now have an unemployed father. Are you trying to make a stereotype out of me? Did you even vote for Obama?
Jack: We've heard from Tracy, Jr.; where is your mother?
Tracy, Jr.: She said she had to take a spa weekend before my dad "broke it in half". What does that even mean? I shouldn't have to hear that; I'm a child.
Jack: That's it, Kenneth. Don't you see? You are our ace in the hole.
Kenneth: How dare you?
Jack: So, how is [Tracy] functioning without you?
Kenneth: Oh, I'm still doing everything for him. Tonight, I have to ride my bike over to his house in New Jersey, to hold his hand during Lost.
Jenna: Everybody shout out words that describe my beauty.
Richard Esposito: 1880s.
Jenna: Obviously, my Today Show charity haircut is just the first step in my reinvention.
Pete: This is serial killer language.
Jack: I like to think of this staff as a family.
Tracy: This is better than a family. No one around here ask me for my damn bone marrow.
Jack: Well, why don't we make this easy on ourselves and renew your existing contract with a 3% increase.
(Tracy takes a long pause before he answers)
Tracy: OK. Sorry it took me so long to answer. I was just thinking about how weird it is that we eat birds.
The German episode title is "Der schöne Schein", meaning "The Beautiful Light". The French title is "La bulle", and the Spanish title is "La burbuja", both exact translations.
International Airdates: Latin America: May 13, 2009 on Sony Entertainment Television (aka Canal Sony); Australia: May 25, 2009 on Channel 7; Czech Republic: June 10, 2011 on Prima COOL
When Kenneth correctly guesses what Tracy wanted for lunch, Tracy calls him "My Radar O'Reilly," referring to the corporal who was the company clerk of the 4077th M*A*S*H and was able to anticipate the needs of everyone in camp and even completed their sentences for them.
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