Bryan has been able to solve the Rubik's Cube since he was six years old and his best record was in 15 seconds.
(Bill is concerned about what Susan said to the girls about him)
Bill: Is it about my butt, because real men have curves, Susan.
Bryan: Please you haven't seen an A since preschool.
Lauren: Um Hello, there were two A's on my report card last semester.
Bryan: Yeah, the ones in Lauren and Pearson, assuming you spelled Pearson right.
Susan: What's wrong with the way I gargle?
(Trent walks by and Bill calls him in as he demonstrates a gargle)
Bill: Who am I?
Bill: Somebody real.
Trent: Oh, Mom.
Paul: So what are you doing?
Bill: I am making a list of all of Susan's faults and I am going to read them to her later.
Paul: Uh, you know if you want a kick in the groin just ask me.
Susan: Did you tell Bryan that he is getting dumber?
Lauren: You mean the boy who wears a helmet to walk the dog
Bryan: Safety's not stupid, Lauren.
Lauren: No, but inviting people to throw rocks at you is.
Bryan: Goodbye Yale. Goodbye Berkeley. Goodbye Cornell.
Lauren: Would you stop?
Trent: Yeah, who are these people you keep saying goodbye to?
In the Czech Republic, this episode named Let It Go is named Nech to plavat.
International Air Dates:
Czech Republic: December 3, 2009 on HBO Comedy