Living Single

Season 3 Episode 24

Kiss of the Spider Man

Aired Sunday 8:30 PM Apr 11, 1996 on FOX



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Max: You were worried about me?
      Kyle: Well, you do owe me six dollars.

    • Regine: Khadijah, your little friend's been holed up in the bathroom for 45 minutes, chatting on the phone about Coolio.

    • Synclaire: I'd never have sex with a man just because he offered me a million dollars.
      Regine: Girl, this is 'Crimson Tide'!

    • Max: All right! You've done it now. The truth is...I'm a virgin.

    • Jackson: Ever been out with a guy who just got out of prison?
      Max: Uh-huh. Let's go.

    • Synclaire: Anybody who loves bunnies enough to punch out six cops is not a violent man.

    • Overton: What exactly are we looking for, girl?
      Max: I don't know.
      Overton: Well, then it's a good plan.

    • Jackson: He won't die if we get him to the clinic right away.
      Kyle: Well, tell that to the spiders maybe they'll go out and warm up the car for you.

    • Overton: Dude, got some nice stuff up in through here. 200 power micro scope. High resolution camera. (Sees the spiders) Big hairy ass spiders!

    • Max: Why? Why do I keep picking all the wrong men? First Kyle. Now a killer. What's next, Kyle again?

    • Max: There is nothing more exasperating than preparing a murder case.
      Overton: Ever try to fire up a barbecue in the middle of a light drizzle with everybody standing around talking about, 'Where's my hot link?'

    • Regine: Hold up. Conservative suit. Zero cleavage factor. You're dropping that tired brother Teddy tonight, huh?
      Khadijah: I'll give you a 7.2 on the all-up-in-my-business scale.

    • Jackson: When they told me my lawyer was somebody named Max Shaw, I expected a good deal more testosterone.
      Max: Get to know me.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Khadijah advises Marissa, "Don't take it personal." This is a reference to Monica's 1995 hit single, "Don't Take It Personal (Just One of Dem Days)."

    • The episode's title is a spin on the 1985 movie and later a broadway show, Kiss of the Spider Woman.