During the Halloween Party, a cover version of Hall & Oates' "She's Gone" is featured. It's from the 2010 Album "Interpreting the Masters Volume 1: A Tribute To Daryl Hall and John Oates", the third album by The Bird and the Bee.
Manmeet: ...What is considered getting to 'first base' in America?
Manmeet: Oh, then no - I held her hair while she vomited. (Todd is looking around) What's the matter, man?
Todd: Well, I went to get Asha a drink, and then Tonya kissed me.
Manmeet: Ohhh, Todd's on first! It's only a matter of time before you get to second base and live happily ever after.
Todd: What do you think second base is?
Manmeet: Getting married.
Todd: Then what's third base and home?
Manmeet: Um, I don't know - cricket only has two bases.
That's Not My Name (The Ting Tings)
Aashiq (Panjabi By Nature)
Hot Mess (Chromeo)
Find a Way Out of Here (Louis Yoelin)
She's Gone (The Bird & The Bee)
Sara Smile (The Bird & The Bee)
Radha -- inst. (Ananda Shankar)
Sabse Bada Rupaiya (Chetan, Mehmood, & Saira Hussain)
Original International Airdates:
Canada: October 28, 2010 on Global
Czech Republic: December 24, 2011 on Prima COOL
The title is likely a reference to Bollywood, the informal term applied to the Hindi-language film industry based in Mumbai.