Molly: I want our baby to be a labor of love and not like we're putting together an Adirondack chair.
Mike: (talking about his hair) You know, I am thinning in the back.
Vince: Nothing about you is thinning in the back.
Mike: Carl, I'm not switching to boxers. Everything scatters willy-nilly. It's like trying to keep cats in a bucket.
Carl: Well, it's better than stuffing them into a bag and letting them boil to death in that tea kettle you call a crotch.
Carl: Are you taking proper care of your testicles?
Mike: Well, I'm not rotating them every 5,000 miles, if that's what you're asking.
Carl: The testes are the delicate satchel that protects the precious spermatozoa, the seeds of life.
Samuel: And oysters make wienie go "boing."
Vince is singing the 1950s "Choo-Choo Good & Plenty" commercial in the kitchen. The actual commercial plays over the closing credits of this episode.
This episode's end titles has Chuck Lorre's Vanity Card #400.
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: November 26, 2012 on CTV
Vince: Morning, big guy. Why aren't you upstairs trying to make Baby Huey?
Vince is referencing Baby Huey, a Harvey Comics cartoon character from the 1940s-50s. The character itself was a gigantic duckling.