Grace, in this episode and in previous episodes, continues to be able to close her locker without having to lift up handle and then inserting the combo lock.
The meteor shower was more like a meteor storm, there were too many meteors "falling" at the same time. Usually it's 100/hour over the whole sky, not 50/minute over one part of the sky.
Joan: Oh, that is so sweet! I wanna be Jewish!
Joan: God shouldn't pinch cheeks. It never makes the world better.
Grace: And just dealing with a lot of questions, that takes a lot of guts when there's no guarantee there'll be answers.
Grace's Father: You wanna go over your Torah portion again?
Grace: It's under neural lockdown.
Grace: If I hear the word "adorable," I will go postal.
Officious Hall Monitor God: I multi-task. Well, if I didn't… well, you wouldn't want to know.
Friedman: (helping Luke find a present) Consider the candlestick- a popular Shabbot favorite. (Off Luke's puzzled look) Shabbot..the lighting of the candles... Friday night...
Luke: She doesn't do that.
Friedman: Then she can use it to kill Colonel Mustard in the library.
Joan: So what are you wearing?
Grace: (sighing) A dress.
Joan: You're...wearing...a dress?
Grace: Oh, nice smirk.
Joan: I wasn't smirking! I was... I...had to sneeze.
Joan: Can we focus?
Officious Hall Monitor God: I'm always focused.
Rabbi Polonsky: My little girl in high heels . . .
Grace: Cry on the dress, Dad, and they become lethal weapons.
Grace: The Jews have survived 5,000 years of persecution, and I'm going to get finished off by the Girardis!
Joan: (reading) 'In ancient times, some tribes marked the coming of age ceremony by having the celebrant kill, cook and eat a large animal.'
Adam: I don't think there's going to be any hunting at Grace's party.
Joan: Nah, she's having it catered.
Grace: Have you been listening at all?
Joan: Yeah - angry, angry, angry, society, angry, angry, politics, angry.
Luke: People like these?
Friedman: I got five (kippah).
Luke: And you like them?
Friedman: Like them? They're bar mitzvah presents. Nobody likes them. They simply exist, like Stonehenge.
Grace: Oh, god, whoever invented pantyhose should be shot.
Grace: Me in a dress, it takes a village.
For the third episode in a row, the story ends with a look at something up in the sky, this time at a meteor shower.
Music featured in this episode included:
"Everything" by David Loring
"The Narrow" by Charity Von
"And You Are" by 2 Minutes Hate
"Once In A While" by David Loring
"Upside Down" by Nick Nolan
"You're Not My Man" by Hush Hush
"Glide" by 2 Minutes Hate
"Hava Nagila" by (FirstCom Music Library)
"Sambastico" by Daniel Indart
"Give A Little Bit" by Goo Goo Dolls
New Gods: Officious Hall Monitor God, Big Tough Guy God, and Female Guest God.
Grace: I just want it to come and go quickly... like Hoobastank.
Hoobastank is popular rock band at the time who is best known for their hit song "The Reason."
Friedman: Then she can use it to kill Colonel Mustard in the library...
Said as he holds up a candlestick as a bat mitzvah gift. Referencing the famous Parker Brothers board game, Clue.