Still Standing

Season 4 Episode 4

Still Beauty & the Geek

Aired Monday 8:00 PM Oct 12, 2005 on CBS
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Still Beauty & the Geek
When Judy and Linda go to traffic school together, their roles are reversed, with Linda suddenly the popular one and Judy seen as a boring doctor. Meanwhile, after picking Lauren up from a college party she snuck out to, Brian forces her to be his slave.

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Judy: I got this necklace at Kip's.
        Marco: Did you get the stain on your shirt there, too?

      • (Linda takes off her coat to reveal a low-cut dress)
        Judy: Hey, what's with the get-up?
        Linda: I just dropped Perry off at the airport. He had to go back to Reno.
        Judy: You wanted him to be able to see your boobs from there?

      • (Lauren has been disallowed to go to a party at Loyola)
        Brian: There goes your one chance of being on a college campus without being on a herpes poster.

      • Brian: You were standing under a sign that said, "Beth Hillel Senior Center."
        Lauren: Okay, Beth is a friend of mine, and she is a senior in college.
        Brian: I'm not the dumb one, remember?

      • Bill: (on karaoke) You don't want [Judy] singing any more than I do. She's terrible. When she sings, angels die.

    • NOTES (2)

    • ALLUSIONS (4)

      • Brian compares him helping Lauren to The Human Torch saving Susan Storm from Victor von Doom. All these are characters from the Fantastic Four franchise.

      • The title borrows from the show Beauty and the Geek.

      • When Brian yells down from the attic that he and Lauren are taking a break, Bill replies, "if the Egyptians took a break, they wouldn't have finished that pyramid in Las Vegas," referring to the Egyptian-themed Luxor Hotel and Casino, which has a hotel designed as a large, black pyramid.

      • Linda asks Judy "Did you take the Wayback Machine, Mr. Peabody", a reference to Peabody's Improbable History, a series of cartoon shorts that aired in conjunction with several Saturday morning cartoons.