Tagline: "Went to a Spurs game, long story short, lost my job." -Mikey
Luanne does not appear in this episode.
In this episode Bobby teaches Peggy to ride a bike, but in "Goodbye Normal Jeans", Peggy rides a bike across the entire town.
Bobby: All right then. Lesson 1, getting to know your bike. Let's start with handle bars.
Peggy: Oh, just give me the freaking thing.
Bobby: But you haven't even heard the part about balance.
Peggy: Bobby, I'm sure riding a bike is just like swimming. You hold your breath and kick like crazy.
Bobby: Mom, are you okay? You don't know how to swim, do you?
Peggy: Not so much.
Hank: Kahn, these guys aren't criminals. They're good people trying to get back on their feet. And they're not going to be here long, so just cut them and Bill some slack.
Kahn: Yeah, that's not really my thing.
Hank: (Smiling) Look at all of these great volunteer opportunities. They're letting men be Candy Stripers now. (Frowns) Huh.
The song playing when the guys are playing basketball is "Eye of the Tiger" by Survivor, and the song playing at the BBQ, when Hank finds out about the checks is "Don't Stop Believing" by Journey.
The prayer that Bill starts leading the clients in, is the Serenity prayer. The main part of the prayer that people say is: "God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; courage to change the things I can; and wisdom to know the difference." There is another section, but most people just say the first part.
Originally scheduled to air April 17, 2005, then re-scheduled again for May 8, 2005; pulled both times.
Draper: You have a passion for helping people, that's very Bono.
This line refers to U2 lead sing Bono, who is known for his philanthropy.
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