On the wall in Lew Ashby's house, when Lew and Hank get out the room, there is a picture of Lew Ashby with Ozzy Osbourne, legend metal singer of Black Sabbath and as solo artist.
"Little Box" by Black Mustang
"If A Change Is Gonna Come" by Sophia
"Rock And Roll" by Poets & Pornstars (The Runkles have a conversation about drugs)
"You Call Me The Devil" by Brent Amaker and the Rodeo (Played on Hank's car radio when he meets Becca and Mia)
"Mona Lisas And Mad Hatters" by Rie Sinclair
"Que Rico" by Mexican Institute of Sound
"Have Love Will Travel" by The Basics (Closing scenes)
Original International Air Dates:
Czech Republic: February 10, 2009 on HBO
Sweden: February 16, 2009 on TV4
Finland: February 16, 2009 on Nelonen
Germany: August 26, 2009 on AXN
Slovakia: January 16, 2012 on JOJ
This episode is rated TV-MA for brief nudity, graphic language and adult content.
Daisy: (to Charlie) I was 15, and my boyfriend took me to the drive-in. They were showing a revival of Dirty Dancing.
Dirty Dancing is a 1987 romantic movie that became a successful hit at the box office. Patrick Swayze played a dance instructor who developed a relationship with a young female student who was rebelling against her father.
Charlie: (referring to his porn scene with Daisy) Did we get that? Did we get it? Please, tell me you got that!
Ronny: That'll do, Runkle. That'll do.
Ronny's quote is a reference to the 1995 movie Babe, a children's movie about a pig named Babe who wants to become a sheep dog. Near the end of the film, the farmer says "That'll do, Babe. That'll do" after Babe wins a sheep dog competition.
Charlie: (to Ronny) Me? Why don't you whip out your Hitchcock and give it a cameo?
This is a reference to Alfred Hitchcock, a well-known British movie producer who created many of the modern filming techniques in thriller and suspense movies.
Hank: (referring to Becca and Mia) Ah, it's the sisterhood of the traveling flannel.
This is a reference to The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, a series of novels by Ann Brashares that are targeted on young adults. A movie adaptation of the book series was released in 2005, with a sequel film released in 2008.
Macy tells Charlie to "get in there and drive Miss Daisy", which is an allusion to the 1989 Oscar winning film called Driving Miss Daisy starring Morgan Freeman and Jessica Tandy.