Christine: OK, my turn. (reaches in to lost and found box for free stuff). Oh... I just love this. It's like Christmas without all of the giving (voice trails off) and the Jesus...
Christine: You are gonna smoke reefer?
Barb: Yeah, why not? It's just like a glass of wine.
Christine: Oh, Barb, it is not. When was the last time you ever heard of somebody getting addicted to wine?
Barb: Talk to the guys who collect your recycling.
Christine: I'm glad we did this, even without the drugs. I'm starting to think drugs aren't the answer.
Tom: Well, not the whole answer.
Richard: What are you guys doing out here?
Christine: Nothing, we're just hanging out.
Barb: We're trying to get stoned. Got any weed?
Christine: I love eating in a car. It's like camping.
Tom: Well, you're really good at it. I mean, your balance is remarkable, and using the soda lid as a ketchup reservoir, that's just—that's ingenious.
Christine: I developed this system when Ritchie was born because he wouldn't sleep unless he was in a moving car, and that's the only way I could eat. I got so good at it, I could drive, eat a three-course meal, and nurse all at the same time.
Tom: I don't know why that's sexy, but it is.
Christine: Yeah, and to this day if somebody says, "can I take your order?", I lactate a little.
Tom: Slightly less sexy, but still.
Barb: You know Pete and I split up six months ago, and I haven't gone out on a date yet.
Matthew: Why haven't you?
Barb: Because I'm scared. I've only been with one man. I don't know what it's going to be like.
Matthew: Well, Pete was 6'5" with a size 14 shoe, so you might wanna start by lowering your expectations.
Richard: I know for a fact you were with Mikey Pines.
Barb: I was with him; he wasn't with me.
Matthew: I'm scared to know what that means.
Matthew: C'mon, Barb, you must have got around.
Barb: Why do you think that?
Matthew: I don't know. The way you look and act and drink, and your hair seems slutty.
Matthew: Why do you think I do drugs? (Christine scoffs and gestures at him) What?
Christine: Your hair, the robe, your life.
Christine: Do you have any (whispers) grass?
Matthew: I don't think anyone's had any grass since 1972. Were you watching Starsky and Hutch again?
Richard: I don't believe this!
Richard: Matthew's not on drugs, you're not easy, Christine has llama food in her garage, what the hell is going on?
Original International Airdates:
Czech Republic: December 19, 2012 on Nova Cinema
The German episode title is "Viel Rauch um nichts", meaning "A Lot of Smoke Around Nothing".
Rebroadcast on September 8th, 2008 at 9:30 PM and June 11, 2009 at 8:00 PM
Though credited, Tricia O'Kelley, Alex Kapp Horner, Emily Rutherfurd, and Trevor Gagnon were not in this episode.
When Christie keeps talking 'cool', Richard finally refers to her as "Fonzie", comparing her to Henry Winkler's iconic ultra-cool character from Happy Days.