Season 3 Episode 13

Take Me Out

Aired Monday 10:00 PM Feb 08, 2010 on ABC Family



  • Trivia

    • At the softball game, Rusty tells Cappie to "hit a double play". Hitting (into) a double play would mean two outs for the Kappa Taus' team, not something they would exactly want.

  • Quotes

    • Ashleigh: So you really thought Beaver would be a good match for me?
      Casey: Well, you're both tall.
      Ashleigh: Yeah sure, we're both tall and he's cute and he's got big manly biceps, but he's just so...
      Casey: Sweet?
      Casey: So mentally challenged.

    • Casey: You ready to jump back onto the dating horse again?
      Ashleigh: I'm ready to ride that horse like a bucking bronco.

    • Ashleigh: (about the baseball helmet) Do you realize how many sweaty heads have worn this?
      Beaver: Oh, here. You can put this inside. I haven't blown my nose into it all day and I just washed it last week

    • Casey: (after Ashleigh strikes out again) Ash, that was so close!
      Cappie: Close to what? Decapitation?

    • Ashleigh: That was the most cliched, sleazy date move and you know it.
      Beaver: I didn't know. I swear.
      Ashleigh: You didn't think that was sleazy?
      Beaver: I don't know what cliched means.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • The line in the episode "not if Madonna can help it" is a reference to Madonna starring in the movie "A League of Their Own."

    • The line "There's no crying in baseball" is spoken by Tom Hanks' character several times throughout the movie A League of Their Own.

    • Rusty recites a line from the famous Thayer poem, "Casey at the Bat."

    • The ball hitting the clock and shattering it is a reference to the same thing happening with the lights in the baseball film, The Natural.

    • The "Wondergirl" bat with the lightning bolt is a reference to the baseball film, The Natural.

    • Evan and Rebecca watch The Princess Bride, a 1987 fantasy movie about a man who rescues the woman he loves from the clutches of an evil prince.

    • The title is a reference to the unofficial baseball anthem "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" by Tin Pan Alley.

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