Just Deal

Season 2 Episode 2

Picture Day

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Aired Saturday 11:30 AM Sep 22, 2001 on NBC

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  • Trivia

    • Continuity error: When the list is passed around for guesses at what kind of plastic surgery Naomi is going to have, the first girl checks "Butt lipo." But when the next girl gets it, the check mark is next to "Breasts." That girl is then seen checking breasts for the first time, then butt lipo is seen being checked again for the first time.

  • Quotes

    • Dylan: Don't hate me because I'm beautiful!

    • Ash: You must be out of your mind!
      Dylan: Sanity is overrated.

    • Jermaine: Aren't you the same girl who told Naomi she was too concerned about her looks?
      Ash: She is.
      Jermaine: And you're not?
      Ash: This is different.
      Dylan: How?
      Ash: This is about me.

    • Dylan: You're being ridiculous. Jermaine, tell her she's being ridiculous.
      Jermaine: You're being ridiculous.
      Ash: Easy for you to say! You don't have the mark of the devil on your face!

  • Notes

    • One of the teachers reads from Mary Shelley's 1818 novel, "Frankenstein."

    • After the September 11 terrorist attacks on the United States, NBC, like all the networks delayed their new fall programming. A new episode of Just Deal, "Low Fidelity," had been scheduled to be shown on the 15th, but a repeat of "Washed Up" was broadcast instead. "Picture Day" made its debut on the 22nd and "Low Fidelity" premiered on the 29th.

    • Music:
      "From a Distance" by The Drowners
      "One Star" by The Drowners
      "No Dice" courtesy of Kid Gloves Music
      "Little Foxes" by the Dirtmints
      "Let Me Inside Your Mind" by Zino and Tommy
      "Race Me" by Joe Faraci

  • Allusions

    • Jermaine: Hey, Dylan. Hey, Rudolph.

      Jermaine's reference compares Ash to Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, a character that was actually created by the Montgomery-Ward department store chain in 1939 and who was immortalized in song by Gene Autrey in 1947.

    • Dylan: Don't hate me 'cause I'm beautiful.

      Dylan quotes a line made famous by actress Kelly LeBrock in commercials she made in the late 1980s for Pantene hair products.

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