Men in Trees

Season 1 Episode 17

The Indecent Proposal

Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Feb 15, 2007 on ABC



  • Trivia

    • In this episode, Sara referred to herself as a former prostitute. This is the first time anyone had used this term. Previously, everyone had been aware of her occupation, but had referred to her as the town's "Working Girl."

  • Quotes

    • Marin: Oh, wow, I am moving out. I have been through a lot in this room.
      Annie: I know. Broke your engagement, slept with Jack, broke up with Jack, had phone sex with Stuart.
      Marin: How do you know all that?
      Patrick: Thin walls.

    • (teaching Patrick how to defend himself)
      Celia: So remember, scrotum, eye sockets, left-hook finisher.
      Patrick: (shutters) You had me at the scrotum.
      Celia: Now remember you can also take your keys and shove them into their necks.
      Patrick: Ma, no one is going to jump me.
      Celia: Honey, it's New York. They steal your kidneys while you sleep.

    • Marin: Who brushes their teeth naked?
      Jerome: Who brushes their teeth?

    • Marin: Jerome, you were married?
      Jerome: I am legally barred from discussing the matter.

    • Annie: Danny, this is my friend, Jane.
      Danny: Ah, the future bride.
      Jane: Don't you think you're rushing this a little?
      Danny: I'm pregnant.
      Jane: Is it mine?
      Danny: Are you calling me a slut?

  • Notes

    • Justine Bateman, Annie Potts, Josh Randall and Colm Meaney are credited as "Special Guest Star".

    • Featured Music:
      "Nothing I Would Change" by Johanna Stahley
      "Fatherhood" by Peter Himmelman
      "My Love" by Charlie Wadhams
      "Cha Cha Love" by The Twigs
      "Ten Feet Tall" by The Starlings
      "On Our Way" by Scott Cresswell
      "Going Home" by Dead Rock West
      "In The Frame" by Rob Laufer
      "Got Over" by North Carolina Mass Choir
      "American Boy" by Eleni Mandell
      "Rehab Universal" by Amy Winehouse
      "Hallelujah I Was Wrong" by David Mead

  • Allusions

    • Mai: I haven't seen this bad a combination since Julia Roberts married the hillbilly with the Don King hair!
      This is a reference to singer Lyle Lovett whom Roberts eloped with in 1993. The marriage lasted until 1995.

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