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Trivia: This episode establishes Gus's nose as the "Super-smeller".
Miklós is a Hungarian name, not a Czech. The Czech form is Mikuláš.
Pineapple Sighting: Shawn is eating a slice of pineapple while working on the dog house before storming off and having his motorcycle accident.
Nitpick: While Gus is looking through the pamphlet, he notes the words that won in 1985 and 1943. The 1985 winning word was "milieu". However, there was no spelling bee between 1943 and 1945 during WWII.
Trivia: Gus tells Shawn to guess the kid who got the winning word from 1953. Shawn later asks Jiri to spell "soubrette". This was indeed the winning word from 1953.
Psych-Out: Shawn meets Juliet for the first time in the diner.
Shawn: You never helped me before, ever.
Henry: You never asked.
Juliet: Okay, do we know each other?
Shawn: Yes. You are the girl who stole my seat!
Lassiter: Why would we cancel?
Juliet: Well, a body just tumbled into the crowd.
Lassiter: It didn't land on anybody.
Shawn: Kudos on the childrearing. Let me know how the therapy goes.
Spelling Bee Mom: ... huh?
Shawn: Uh, excuse me. You're in my seat.
Juliet: Am I?
Shawn: Actually, yes, you are.
Juliet: You one of those weirdo compulsives who come to the same restaurant, sit in the same chair, and eat the same food every day?
Shawn: Uh, no, no, no, I was sitting right there three minutes ago, and then I went outside to get myself a paper. I ordered a juice, and look, I made a crawling snake with the straw wrapper. You can finish it if you think you're up to the job.
Man: Is everything OK up there?
Shawn: It's fine Uh, Banana.
Contestant 118: Can you repeat that?
Shawn: Yes Banana.
(mutterings from the audience)
Gus: (whispering) Banana, Shawn? It's the third round!
Shawn: (whispering) You could have helped me!
Gus: (whispering) This is a dead end, Shawn. We're walking. Let's go.
(they start to pack up the tripod)
Contestant 118: Definition, please.
Shawn: (whispering) What ? (into microphone) A yellow fruit. Also, a kind of pudding. A delicious pudding.
(Gus and Shawn try to rush out the door)
Contestant 118: Sentence, please.
(Shawn gestures to the contestant, then returns to chair)
Shawn: Anna Banana would like to hear 'Venus' by Bananarama Banana.
(laughter in audience)
Contestant 118: B-A-N-A-N-A, banana.
Shawn: I'm so sorry my agonizing pain is inconveniencing you.
Gus: See, the problem is butyraceous is clearly a round one word.
Shawn: Oh, God! Stop talking. I'd like to pretend we still have things in common, Gus.
Shawn: Oh, come on, dude. You're not bored at all?
Gus: Do you know how to spell any of these words?
Shawn: Proudly, I have never heard of any of these words. I file these words under 'Things to say when I want to be ridiculed or kicked out of bed'.
Juliet: Okay, Shawn, I'm gonna need you to do me a favor.
Shawn: Name it.
Juliet: Duck. (pulls out her gun)
Shawn: (imitating Juliet) Oh, I like your jacket. I like it, I like it!
Juliet: Okay, can I stop you there? First off, in your portrayal of me, I sound like I'm in the eighth grade.
Shawn: Well, in my portrayal of you, you only have an eighth grade education. (Juliet laughs) All right, uh... smarten you up. Uh, college? Yeah? Top of your class? Graduated early? Got it.
Gus: This thing has been sold out for weeks.
Shawn: I can see why. It moves so fast. It's like hockey with words.
(Shawn is having a "vision")
Vick: Why can't he ever just tell us to arrest someone?
Juliet: He does this a lot?
Lassiter, Vick: Yes.
Gus: You don't smell that?
Shawn: I don't smell anything.
Gus: That's because you don't have the Super Smeller!
Shawn: Okay, you have got to stop calling your nose the Super Smeller. If you want to name a body part man, name your butt. Call it the tight-bouncer or the hexagon.
Henry: (to Shawn) You got more wood out back, nails on the workbench, Home Depot is open till 9... don't cut any corners.
Lassiter: (about Shawn) Want me to cuff him?
Vick: Why? Why would I want that?
Lassiter: Just a suggestion.
Shawn: (to Lassiter) Dude, what is your glitch?
Shawn: (about his eighth grade doghouse) It's creepy that you kept this!
Gus: (about the spelling bee) I tried to get tickets, but you've got to know somebody.
Shawn: Somebody lame.
Shawn: My visions enslave me. I'm like a slave to my visions.
Germany 06 November 2007 on RTL
Australia 11 December 2007 on TEN
Czech Republic 14 May 2008 on Prima
Finland 12 January 2009 on MTV3
Spellmaster: "Onion"? Even Dan Quayle could spell that!
Vice President Dan Quayle misspelled the word potato as "potatoe," and forced a student to "fix" his correct spelling, while judging an elementary school spelling bee in Trenton, New Jersey, on June 15, 1992. He was relying on the answers provided to him by the school, but received a lot of bad press for his mistake.
Shawn:(looking at the Spellmaster) What is he, the Phantom of the Opera?
The Phantom of the Opera is a fictional character in the French novel by Gaston Leroux as well as the main character in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical of the same title. The Phantom is a disfigured genius who hides in an opera house from below, and runs the Opera House via terrorizing those who occupy it.
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