"The Talking Horse" - Underdeveloped film about a girl who falls off a horse...literally. No real connection to the actual plot of the episode, though.
Melissa: Could you just sign the card?
Coach Mcguirk: Uuh.. Yeah, fine. Let's see.. "Dear Brendon," What do you usually write? Get well?
Melissa: Yeah, get well soon. Hope you feel better.
Coach Mcguirk: "Whats up idiot? Love" Not love..
Melissa: Don't scribble it out. It'll look messy.
Coach Mcguirk: Well what do I write in place of that?
Melissa: Just keep love. Its alright.
Coach Mcguirk: "Loan.." I'll put loan. "Loan Coach Mcguirk"
Melissa: Okay thanks coach--
Coach Mcguirk: Wait, I'm not done yet.
Melissa: Okay but--
Coach Mcguirk: "PS.. Going to bartending school. So, when you get old enough come by my bar buddy. Love," Ah dammit.
Melissa: Thanks coach. (grabs card)
This episode is based on the Alfred Hitchcock film Rear Window, minus the McGuirk storyline.
This whole episode is a parody of the Hitchcock classic "Rear Window". The neighbor's name is Raymond Burley. The actor who played the murdered in the original Rear Window film was named Raymond Burr.