Director Taika Waititi and writer Duncan Sarkies worked together previously. In 1999 Waititi starred in a New Zealand film, Scarfies that Sarkies had co-written.
We find out that Dave's given name is actually Devjeet and that he still lives with his parents.
Jemaine: I don't want you in my threesome, you don't know anything about threesomes.
Bret: Have you ever had a threesome?
Bret: What d'you mean nearly?
Jemaine: I've had a twosome.
Jemaine: I was hoping to dress something like Prince.
Dave: Kind of erogenous huh?
Jemaine: Yeah, but toned down a bit, like Prince if he went to the zoo or the supermarket.
Dave: Casual Prince?
Jemaine: Casual Prince.
Bret: I'll have a beer.
Mel: But you hate beer, Bret. You say it makes you want to go to the toilet.
Murray: Hey guys those girls over here are looking at us! I tell you what, I'll go to the toilet and I'll see if they're looking at me.
(Murray heads for the toilet but the girls keep looking at Bret and Jermaine.)
Murray: (shouts across the room) No, they're looking at you.
(on the guys experience with their new fans)
Murray: You'll be offered drugs, you know. You'll have threesomes. Dinners. You know, you'll end up going into town in a taxi, have a couple of drugs, have dinner, have a threesome, go home again, have a shower, go out again, more drugs, more threesomes. Happens all the time. Alright, I mean... I'd do it.
Songs performed in this episode:
Prince of Parties
Ladies of the World *
* = This song appeared as Something Special for the Ladies on the album "Folk the World Tour."