At 04:50 during the conversation between Bobby and Andy, the sounds of crows crowing can be heard in the background. The sound clip used is the same one used during the title card of The Middle, another ABC comedy.
Ellie: I need you to cut your mom some slack. I have a lot riding on this relationship you have with her, I'm basing my whole parenting strategy around it.
Travis: Worst decision ever.
Bobby: It's not a bad thing that sometimes I hook up with women for food.
Grayson: It's not my fault every twenty-four-year-old on Earth has a daddy complex and thinks my name is exotic.
Bobby: Still, we both know it's not forever.
Grayson: Hello, no.
Bobby: Someday I'm gonna find me a real woman. Someone who looks after me.
Grayson: I'd like to find someone who gets me out of my shell.
Bobby: I don't want to end up alone.
Grayson : That would kill me.
Bobby: Whoa! Getting deep alert.
Andy: Permission to speak?
Andy: Do you think the woman you're looking for is even out there? (Bobby and Grayson both watch Jules go up the stairs)
Grayson: So you're having the whole gang over for Thanksgiving, huh? Yeah, I don't have any plans because my wife left me, and all our friends were prettymuch her friends. And my parents are dead, so...
Ellie: Did they die in the last six months?
Ellie: Then who cares? Hand me my drink.
Bobby: No Offense but I could not be with someone like you!
Ellie: Everyone in the world like me thanks you.
Bobby: You think so much your head must hurt.
(to Jules after she talks non-stop on being the hero for thanksgiving day)
Jules: In one of our friendship talks, Travis told me she's not even on the pill. Condoms break all the time.
Laurie: Especially if there's piercings involved.
Ellie: Stop, I'm begging you.
Jules: The sales after Thanksgiving this year are going to be insane. We're talking full on shopping orgy.
Laurie: We are gonna save so much money by spending.
Travis: I'm about to bring Kylie in so I need you all to act like normal human beings. I know it's going to be hard but I can help. Mrs. Torres, Kylie doesn't have an eating disorder, she runs cross country, so think of a new opening question. Mr. Torres, I don't care how much you eat, let's keep our pants buttoned. Laurie, your breasts are bigger than hers. There I said it, you don't need to tell her. Neighbor guy, I see you brought your fruity little guitar, let's keep that holstered. Mom, you have multiple problem areas so when it doubt just say to yourself that's a bad idea. Dad, I think we both know it's best if you don't say anything.
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: To je moje děvče (That's My Girl)
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: November 25, 2009 on Citytv
Norway: February 22, 2010 on TVNorge
Latin America: April 7, 2010 on Sony Entertainment Television (a.k.a. Canal Sony)
Australia: April 15, 2010 on Channel 7
Sweden: April 20, 2010 on Kanal 5
United Kingdom: April 27, 2010 on Living
Finland: October 7, 2010 on MTV3
Czech Republic: March 26, 2011 on ČT1
"Give A Little Love" by Noah And The Whale
"Playing With The Boys" by Kenny Loggins
Andy Torres: Thanksgiving, is a food marathon. You have to warm up. This is like stretching.
This line is similar to the line said by Joey from FRIENDS in the episode "The One with the Rumor". Courtney Cox starred in both shows.
The title refers to a song by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, their third single from their breakthrough hit 1979 album, Damn the Torpedoes. It peaked at #59 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in 1980.
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