Dean Learner: And there's a great episode coming up later where Satu and Martine have a cat fight on a bouncy castle, so watch out for that.
Steve Pising: I own a camel; I love camels; I adore camels. I'm camel crazy. Camels have great stamina; they look good; like me they go a hell of a long way on one tank; and above all, they're honest. And let me say this to you now: If only everyone was as honest as a camel, the world would be a much better place in my opinion.
Dean Learner: What was it like to drive a Formula Five car? What made it so exciting?
Steve Pising: Well, I'd have to say the speed.
Dean Learner: The Speed.
Steve Pising: The sheer speed, Dean. There was nothing else like it. It was better than sex. Well certainly better than any sex I've ever had. And the feeling of speed was just indescribable.
Dean Learner: Alright. So what was it like?
Steve Pising: As I say, it's indescribable.
Dean Learner: Try describing it.
Steve Pising: Really good.
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Dean Learner: What is class? Well it's impossible to define, despite what dictionaries would have us believe. But certain images can conjure up its essence: jumbo prawns, ankle bracelets, and dimmer switches in the toilet.
Dean Learner: My name is Dean Learner, and I guess you could say I'm a 'One Man Brand'. I've got a club called "Deano's", a restaurant called "Chez Deano's", an erotic comic called "The Deano", and a men's magazine, called "Jigglers". And that was originally called "Deano's Jigglers" but the image it conjured up was, at best, harrowing.
- Denmark: June 22, 2008 on SBS Net
This is the only episode in the series not to feature duo Kim Noble and Stuart Silver in any role, though they do appear as doormen in the opening title sequence (used for every episode).
This episode features Maddie Marieges Moore. No doubt a relation to the show's make-up designer, Eva Marieges Moore.
The character Steve Pising is a send-up of British racing driver Nigel Mansell.