Lee: People used to talk about love a whole lot less and prove it a whole lot more. You know what I'm saying?
Henry: True that.
Helen: Are you sure this is decaf?
Vicki: Oh yeah. Real coffee would take this out behind the shed and beat it 'til it turned to tea.
Vicki: Come on, it's in the name of love. Love at first sight.
Mike: You know what? I am staring at a whole stack of love at first sights. And they all ended up in property damage, abuse, restraining orders and death.
Vicki: Ooh, that's so sweet. We should crochet that on something.
Vicki: (puts on her jacket to leave) Come on Coreen, let's call it a day.
Coreen: Do you have time for a walk-in?
Vicki: Do they look like they can pay?
Lee: I can pay Ms. Nelson.
Vicki: What can I do for you? Mr. Wilson steal your ball?
Lee: The name's Lee. Rep on the street says you handle crazy cases.
Vicki: Hm. Uh, I don't mean to be rude, but do your parents know you're here?
Lee: It don't matter, 'cause I'm an emancipated minor.
(He throws up an E.M. gang sign.)
Vicki: Ah yes, another triumph for our legal system.
Lee: Look, I'm gonna lay this out straight. You guys need to help me find my wife.
(Coreen and Vicki exchange a look of disbelief.)
Vicki: Man, I had my coat on!
Henry: The simple fact that he keeps coming back, doesn't that say something?
Vicki: Yeah, it says that he's completely obsessed!
Henry: There's no pull more powerful in the universe than longing.
Vicki: That kind of longing will get you an ankle bracelet and a restraining order.
Henry: In my time it got you a sonnet.
(about Helen and Lee)
Henry: If there's any reason to seek immortality, eternity with your soul mate sounds pretty good.
Vicki: Ah, now you sound like a 15-year-old boy.
This episode did not air on the Lifetime Network. It was made available for streaming at their website on November 30, 2007. The air date used here is from Canada.
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: January 1, 2008 on CTV
United Kingdom: January 3, 2008 on Living TV
Czech Republic: June 9, 2010 on AXN
Vicki: Mr. Wilson steal your ball?
Mr. Wilson was the long-suffering neighbor in Dennis the Menace, the Hank Ketcham comic strip. It has since been made into several TV shows, including the 1959 live action show and movies.
Vicki: Look, Lee, this isn't a teen movie. You can't just stand on her front lawn, holding a boom box playing a romantic song.
This is a reference to the 1989 Cameron Crowe film, Say Anything, where John Cusack's character played the iconic scene Vicki describes.