As per the United States Copyright Office, the registered title for this episode is Guess Who's Coming to Delhi (Even Thought It's Set In Mumbai).
(holds up a picture of of a sacred cow)
Charlie: That's a cow in drag.
Gupta: No, Charlie, the cow is decorated because it is sacred. We revere the cow for the milk it provides.
Charlie: It also provides meat. Why can't you worship it for that?
Gupta: Think about it this way, when the cow is alive, it can feed many people. When it is dead, it can only feed a few.
Charlie: Huh. Never thought about it like that.
(at the club where Jerry is partying with the staff)
Madhuri: Sir, I have to go. Jerry just asked me for my phone number.
Todd: Oh, Madhuri, I'm so sorry.
Madhuri: It's OK, I gave him Pinky's number. I always give them Pinky's number.
Gupta: India is the largest democracy in the world. We invented jazz, geometry, and tandoori. When Columbus discovered your country, he was looking for India and our spices!
Charlie: Well, I can see how he come confused because there were already Indians in America.
Gupta: No, Charlie, those Indians…bigger fish to fry. Let's get back to the flash cards. (holds up a picture of Shiva)
Charlie: That's the God Shiva, destroyer, transformer. That looks like that dude from Avatar.
Gupta: (laughs) Many of them do. A lawsuit is pending.
The Khaleegi Stomp (Trans-Global Underground)
Hikk Da Jorr (Taj E featuring Nirmal Sidhu)
Nachde Punjabi (DJ Lucky featuring Billa Bakshi)
Passe Hatt (Taj-E featuring Preet Kalyan)
Heyy Babyy (The Big O Remix) (DJ Whosane!)
Bombay Deewana (Hard Kaur & Daniel-Son)
Sister Christian (Karoake)
Free Ishtyle (Chris Rael & Deep Singh)
Bandook Raw (Taj E featuring Kaka Bhainiawala)
Tord Di Daru (Taj E featuring BEE2 & Rashi Ragshri)
Vang Teri (Taj E featuring Juggy D)
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: February 17, 2011 on Global
Czech Republic: December 27, 2011 on Prima COOL
That's the God Shiva, destroyer, transformer
In Hinduism, Shiva is the third member of the Hindu Trinity. The Trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva is the equivalent of the Christian Trinity of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost.
The title is a reference to the Academy Award winning 1967 film Guess Who's Coming to Dinner starring Sidney Poitier.