In the scene when Dale makes Joseph breakfast, when Dale sits down to eat it, he pulls a blender from the bowl. It turns on, but is not plugged in anywhere.
Tagline: "Consider yourself 'Hit Hard'" -Miguel
Luanne does not appear in this episode.
:Dale: Joseph, I know you know a thing or two about sex: you're of age, and you sometimes forget to delete your internet history ....
Dale: SAVE YOUR PRECIOUS FLOWER, SON!
Joseph: You don't know what love is!
Peggy: Joseph, I assure you we do. After all, we made that (points to Bobby).
Bobby: Aw, come on!
Nancy (about Joseph): At his age you can't love your parents and your girlfriend at the same time – it's confusing!
Hank: Son, you should only agree to be someone's lookout during a time of war. Now tell me why Joseph was in the janitor's closet.
Bobby: He was just, um…selling drugs?
Hank: That was an awful lie, son. Terrible.
Dale (to Joseph): Love doesn't even exist – it's just a chemical created in the labs of DuPont. It was an accident while they were developing those spatulas that don't melt.
The song heard during the montage is "Insane in the Membrane" by Cypress Hill.
The title is an allusion to the movie "When Harry Met Sally".
Dale: He's still made out of snips and snails and puppy dog tails.
This line is part of the famous nursery rhyme "What Are Little Boys Made Of?"
Joseph: This is just like that movie "Romeo and Juliet" when The Jets attack Romeo with their breakdancing to keep him from the girl he loves!
Joseph is mixing up "Romeo and Juliet," William Shakespeare's tale of two star-crossed lovers, with "West Side Story," the musical and movie about forbidden love and rival gangs solving disputes via dance.