Daphne: Oh, hey? WHat do you think of Wipe-out?
Kirsten: Oh, that stuff's great. It gets rid of that poopy smell like that.
Daphne: It's a song, Kirsten. It's a dance remake. It's been in all the clubs for weeks. And I thought it was a diaper pail deodorizer.
Will: He hung up. They all do. That's my job now, I'm a professional disappointment to people. And my parents said I couldn't make a living that way.
Daphne: Look at me! I'm helpless to stop myself. I'm going to go air-dry my baby pictures, okay?
Kirsten: Oh my God, she doesn't wait for the guy to make the first move, does she?
Daphne: No, that's our Ty, she's the original feminist.
Kirsten: She's amazing. God, you guys are all just so...
Friend #1: Crazy?
Daphne: Burnt out?
Daphne: Oh, no, the poor little thing, she's all wacked on club soda.
Phoebe: If he breaks your heart with his selfishness, don't be sorry for breaking his face with your door.
This is Matthew Fox's directional debut.
"Windows" by Amy Cook
"This Town" by Wellville
"Someday" by E.G. Daily
"Good Thing" by Patti Larkin
"Put Your Lights On" by Santana
"All I Need" by Air
Jeremy London (Griffin Holbrook) does not appear in this episode, although he is featured in the opening credits.
Episode Title: "Taboo Or Not Taboo"
Play on the quote 'To be or not to be' from Shakespeare's Hamlet