Goof: When Marina hands Tim's cell phone over to him, you can clearly see it's just a dummy, not an actual cell phone.
New York City -- 1986: A female photographer takes photos of a nude model.
The Connection: Later, Peggy Peabody and Bette discuss the photographer, Carla Marie Freed, and her work. Peggy Peabody has bought one of her photographs and says she met her once.
Dana: My friends said that they thought that you would think I was a geek if, you know, if I wore a dress.
Lara: So, I am a geek.
Dana: No, I'm a geek. For letting my friends tell me what to wear.
Shane: Lace, what are you doing?
Lacey: Whatever I want. Isn't that what you do?
Shane: Look, Lace, you're beautiful. And I like you a lot. But... I like a lot of people.
Lacey: What does she have that I don't have?
Shane: Nothing. It's not about having something or not having something.
Alice: I was eavesdropping at L.A. Magazine. Do you guys know they want me to do a story on the 45-minute orgasm? As if?
Lara: (looks up) Hey! (Lara cuts her thumb.) Ow!
Dana: Oh, my god! Oh - oh, my god, I'm sorry, I --
Lara: It's okay.
Dana: (panicked) Ah, Jesus, you're disfigured!
Lara: (smiling, calm) I'm not disfigured.
Dana: But I could've killed you! When you were (makes chopping motions)... you know...
Lara: It happens all the time.
Dana: Well, should we call a doctor?
Lara: (giggles) Dana! (she holds up her hand, counting off fingers) Second-degree burn from the Béchamel sauce. Run-away shish-kabob. An attack from a particularly hostile live lobster, and, um, electric can-opener.
Dana: Is there anything I can do?
Lara: You could kiss it and make it better.
Peggy: I was a lesbian once. In 1974.
Bette: Just 1974?
Peggy: Just 1974. That was all I needed.
Bette: Well, you know, that's what we refer to as a "has-bian".
Lacey: I guess I got carried away with the posters and flyers and... the banner.
Shane: You... you made banners?
Lacey: Just one, but they wouldn't let me hang it at Girl Bar.
Alice: (to the tune of "Hey Mickey" by Toni Basil) Hey Gabby, you're so fine, you're so fine you blow my mind...
Shane: Easy with the 80's pop this early in the morning.
Bette: Yes, I'm here to see Mrs. Peabody.
Concierge: The code word?
Bette: You need a secret code to see Peggy Peabody?
Concierge: That's correct.
Bette: ... Shazam.
Tina: (about Gabby) What are you gonna do?
Alice: Well, I was gonna ask her--
Bette: No asking.
Tina: What are you gonna tell her? You're gonna say, "Gabby, I really enjoy the time we've spent together, but it is obvious to me that we are in different places in our lives and we want different things out of a relationship, and I respect myself too much to let you continue to treat me this way."
Bette: "It's clear to me now that you are an emotional cripple without any kind of capacity to understand true love."
Tina: "And I'm no longer willing to waste my valuable time on you."
Bette: "So step off, bitch!"
Shane: (about Gabby) I don't know, Al, she still seems pretty cold in the streets to me.
Alice: Cold in the streets, hot in the sheets!
Jenny: (to Marina) I don't know what to do. (sighs) Every time I look at you, I feel so completely dismantled.
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: Lítost (Regret)
Original International Air Dates:
Czech Republic: August 26, 2011 on Prima LOVE
Music Featured in This Episode:
- Borrito by FNDMNTL
- Revolution by FNDMNTL
- Rack 'Em by Dan Gagnon
- Celly Q by Dan Gagnon
- Discovered by Kinnie Starr
- At the Speed of Light by Transientworld
- Soaring (Aufschwung), composed by Robert Schumann
- Where 2? by Chris Gestrin
- Slowly by Joystick
- Right in Time by Lucinda Williams
Bette: My God, it's the Unabomber.
The Unabomber was a person who, in protest against modern technology, started sending mail-bombs to people. The only pictures of him were of a figure in a hooded sweatshirt and sunglasses.