During one of the flashbacks to the causes of Young Jimmy's bowel issues, the Chance family reference the 1992 Los Angeles Riots and Young Jimmy uses Rodney King's famous line Can we all get along? King made his widely televised plea to the public as the rioting continued to escalate. The phrase used as a call for peace in this way has become a part of American pop culture.
Burt: The basic fact is, you can either be happily married, or you can be right, but you can't be both.
Virginia: If those 40-year-olds on Glee can act like teenagers, then so can we.
Virginia: This time I'm gonna be ready. Like a fat bridesmaid catching the bouquet.
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: November 27, 2012 on Citytv
Czech Republic: March 26, 2013 on HBO
During the flashback of things that Virginia was wrong about, she says that the "cute little black boy on TV" stopped acting because he got rich from writing a dictionary.
This is a reference to the show Webster which stars a character named Webster, played by Emmanuel Lewis, mixed up with a reference to the Merriam-Webster dictionary written by Noah Webster—who is obviously completely unrelated to the television character.