Bobbi eventually enrols in a secretarial arts course at the Louise Clark Institute.
Louise Clark is the CTV executive in charge of production for the show.
Trixie: You've been a very naughty boy.
Hal: Oh, I know, the rent... I'm sorry, I've got a little behind.
Trixie: Ooh, I love little behinds. (she slaps his behind with a rolled up paper)
Hal: Yeah, well, I should... I really should get going.
Trixie: Oh, I just came by to get the lease agreement signed.
Hal: No, we've never had one of these before.
Trixie: You just sign there.
Hal: How about I look it over and I'll get it back to you?
Trixie: You know, if you're really strapped, there are other ways for you to work off your debt. Or maybe Chuck and I'll just let ourselves in one night to collect.
Bobbi: Someone keeps sending me pretend money... like for Canadian Tire.
Tabitha: They're Euros!
Bobbi: (speaking loudly and slowly) Yeah, I know they're mine.
(explaining how they met)
Nick: Anke made our rings out of barbed wire from the Berlin Wall.
Hal: So, what is she, French?
Nick: Shhhhh! Don't ever let her hear you say... She's Belgian.
Hal: What's... what's the difference?
Nick: Well, it's like French, but with a German sense of humour.
Hal: Dude, I'm telling you, [Anke]'s crazy.
Georgia: Are you sure that's it?
Hal: What do you mean?
Georgia: You and Nick are life-long friends; maybe you're the tiniest bit jealous. I mean, you were practically married yourselves, and then he brings home a second wife...
Hal: That's way off! I was not the wife!
Joel: I once got rid of a chick by changing my name, buying a fake moustache and moving to Gander.
Hal: Come on! Did it work?
Joel: Well, it would have, but I couldn't get out of my frickin' cell phone contract.
This episode was shown immediately following Corner Gas at 8:30 p.m. as part of the sneak peek for Season 3.