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Patrick's having a large penis is the basis for a lot of jokes on the show, yet the actual size is never really mentioned. However, according to the packing of the "Junior Patrick", a vibrator made in the image of Patrick's penis by one of his former girlfriends, it is supposed to be at least 10 inches.
During the masturbation discussion, Jeff reminisces: "you're shaking the caravan, Jeffrey!". At the porn store, we hear that there's a whole shipment to go to "Caravan Shaker".
The quote that they use in this episode is from a movie called "To Have and Have Not.", and is spoken by Lauren Bacall to Bogie. This quote is on AFI's list of 100 movie quotes, it is ranked number 34. : You know how to whistle, don't you, Steve? You just put your lips together and blow.
In the scene where Jeff finally converses with Chrissy, the train is clearly sitting still the whole time (you can see the same people standing at the station in the background). Steven Moffat explained that the train made too much noise when it moved, making the dialogue inaudible, so they had to film the whole scene with the train standing still.
JEFFISM: The Nudity Buffer: When you first see an attractive woman you've got a nudity buffer of maybe five minutes before you've fully mapped out what she looks like naked. You've got to access her nipple type. That takes time. If you don't get in there and talk to her during that first five minutes it's too late, cause than she'll be naked in your head and you'll forget rule one of playing it cool... only smile at her face.
Convenient how the trademark red couch is faced so the group could watch The Girl for this episode only.
Just how long did Steve & Jane date? In "Flushed", it was 4 years, in "Sex, Death & Nudity", it was 4.5 years, and in this episode, Jane claims it was 5 years while she's having wine with Susan & Sally.
At the funeral home, Jane & Steve agree that they went out for 4.5 years, even though in "Flushed", the length of time quoted was 4 years.
When the gang is driving to the funeral, Steve's driver's seat is on the left side, while in most cars in Great Britain the driver's seat is located on the right side.
When Jane shows up at Steve's door, the way she's holding her tissue gives impression that she's giving the finger to Steve (possibly intentional).
JEFFISM: Giggle Loop- When something bad or depressing happens, and you want to laugh but stop yourself. Then you think about how awful and funny it would be if you actually did laugh, which makes the urge to laugh grow more. Which in turn, leads you to think about how big your laugh would be now if you laughed at this point- during a solemn/bad/depressing time/situation, which grows your urge to laugh almost exponentially - almost in a head-exploding manner. It can go longer, depending on the person tempted to laugh.
JEFFISM: The Sock Gap - The point where a man decides to remove his socks before becoming intimate. Jeff's recommendation is between shoe removal and pant removal.
The number of drinks consumed by the gang at the bar gradually increases from scene to scene.
This is the first mention of Steve's facination with Mariella Frostrup. It is also the first mention of Susan's crush on Angus Deayton.
The opening song is "Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps", sung by Mari Wilson.
JEFFISM: Unflushables: The type of women you can't get rid of because they keep "bobbing around".
When Susan shows her breast to her friends, you can see in one shot through her shirt that she is wearing a bra.
The main characters are called Steve and Susan, after the writer Steven Moffat and producer Sue Vertue (who are married in real life).
JEFFISM: Porn Buddies: In the event of one buddy's death, the surviving buddy goes immediately to the dead bud's house and removes all porn before the deceased's parents find it.
Steve comes out of the cubicle to buy a condom, but since he meets Susan there he doesn't get it. After his return he and Jane immediately "get going" without -as we have to believe- the condom.
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