JJ: (Katie's) lonely.
Daphne: She must be, if she's spending her free time with you.
Daphne: Please don't lag so far behind. You almost went out of range.
JJ: I'm not a radio transmitter, and you keep treating me like technical equipment.
Stephanie: Well, she wants to--date you, I mean.
George: How do you--how do you--how can you tell?
Stephanie: Throbbing carotid, light moisture on her epidermal layer, dilated pupils. All classic signs of pheromone emissions. Ooh. I've been hanging out with Katie a little too much.
Katie: Everyone says that Internet dating is for, like, geeky, socially awkward types, but I meet a lot of people just like me.
Katie: I mean, this might be my only chance to tutor a burgeoning Lex Luthor, or... oh, even, say, a young Reed Richards. Okay, work might not be the only reason I'm single.
Jim: Everything all right, Daph?
Daphne: Uh, this modernist art crap--how did you learn it all?
Jim: Well, it helped not to think of it as crap, for one thing.
JJ's Alienware laptop displays http://radidate.com. The web site is owned by ABC.com and redirects to http://abc.go.com/shows/no-ordinary-family/radidate.
Injoke: The name of the restaurant, Chaykin's is a reference to real-life comic book artist and writer Howard Chaykin.
Canada: November 16, 2010 on CTV
Sweden: February 13, 2011 on Kanal 5
UK: February 15, 2011 on Watch
Australia: June 13, 2011 on Channel 7
Slovakia: July 6, 2011 on JOJ
Katie: I mean, this might be my only chance to tutor a burgeoning Lex Luthor, or... oh, even, say, a young Reed Richards.
Referencing two comic book geniuses, arguably the smartest men of the Marvel and DC comic book settings, respectively. Lex Luthor has had varying origins, but is the bald super-scientific nemesis of Superman. Reed Richards is Mr. Fantastic, leader of the Fantastic Four.
Katie: So you're like A Beautiful Mind meets Memento.
Two references. The first is to the 2001 film based on the novel by Sylvia Nasar, about the life of John Forbes Nash, Jr., who suffered from paranoid schizophrenia but rose to become a Nobel Laureate in Economics. Memento is a 2000 film about Leonard Shelby, a man with anterograde amnesia who is unable to store new memories.