Robson Arms

Season 2 Episode 7

The Daughter of Frankenstein

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Aired Friday 10:30 PM Mar 12, 2007 on CTV
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The Daughter of Frankenstein
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Carol's single life style comes to an end when her daughter, Georgia, shows up. Still smarting from her mother's leaving to 'find herself', Georgia engages in some outrageous behaviour; Carol responds by being even more understanding, but there's only so much that one person can understand.

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (10)

      • (coming out of Hal and Nick's bathroom)
        Carol: You know, I've actually been to Calcutta, an uh, whoo! That just felt like old times!

      • Carol: Everything okay? You all right? What are you doing here?
        Georgia: Can I stay here tonight?
        Carol: Tonight? Um, sure! What about your father, does he know where you are? What are you doing here?
        Georgia: You already asked me that.
        Carol: Oh, right, right, right. You're right. ...What are you doing here?

      • Georgia: India's very last year. (she rolls her eyes)
        Carol: Really? And what's this year?
        Georgia: If I can tell you, it's already over. (she rolls her eyes again)
        Carol: Rolling your eyes like that... I mean, anyone can do it. If you want to impress me, why don't you roll around the back of your head?

      • (outside, by the dumpster)
        Hal: Excuse me, ...I had a little cage here. You didn't happen to see...
        Brent the Shopping Cart Guy: Do I look like a security service?

      • (sitting down between Hal and Nick)
        Carol: So, anybody hungry? How about a Carol sandwich? (she laughs; they don't)

      • Carol: God, you're just like me!
        Georgia: No, I'm not. Trust me.
        Carol: Georgie, when I look at you, it's like looking in a mirror.
        Georgia: Yeah, a magical mirror that takes off 40 pounds, 30 years, and makes you feel cool.

      • (Georgia pretends to be asleep; Carol pinches her)
        Georgia: Ow!
        Carol: Go back to sleep.

      • Hal (to Carol): Your daughter's in my apartment right now, setting up a video camera to document her own deflowering.

      • Georgia (to Carol): Seriously, it was nothing, okay? If I wanted to lose my virginity on camera, I'd need a time machine.

      • Carol: I love you and all that.
        Georgia: I 'all that' you too.

    • NOTES (2)

      • Jason Dedrick and Tom Saunders were credited as "The Troubadours".

      • This episode carried no viewer warning when shown on television; however, on the CTV broadband site, it carried the warning "This program deals with mature subject matter. Viewer discretion is advised."

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Wayne (to Hal): Yeah, you'd be like Johnny Ganjaseed. You just travel the country throwing seeds everywhere. I mean, it's weed, right? You make it impossible for people not to dude, there's a girl on the roof!

        Wayne is suggesting that Hal be like the main character in the story Johnny Appleseed, which is based on the historical character John Chapman (September 26, 1774 – March 18, 1847), who introduced the apple to Indiana, Illinois and Ohio by planting nurseries. He is commonly portrayed in stories as a man who walked the land, sowing seeds everywhere.

      • (Georgia taunts her mother with the 'we're exactly alike' statement she made earlier)
        Carol: That's until I found out you were starring in your own Girls Gone Wild video.
        Georgia: And what video were you making when you ran off to India for 18 months? Huh? An Unmarried Woman?
        Carol: Georgia!
        Georgia: How Carol Got Her Groove Back?

        Girls Gone Wild videos, produced by Mantra Films, Inc., began in 1998 with camera crews frequenting drinking hot spots, asking young women to flash the camera in return for a t-shirt. In recent years, the behaviour has become more lewd and lacivious.

        An Unmarried Woman (1978) is a movie about a woman whose husband leaves her; newly single, she becomes more and more liberated.

        How Stella Got Her Groove Back (1998) is a movie based on Terry McMillan novel. The main character, Stella, lives a boring, predictable life; she goes on holiday with her friends, meets a younger man, falls in love, and starts to really live her life again.

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