"Old" Christine Campbell
"New" Christine Hunter
When Lucy makes reference to a Cloak of Invisibility being from Dungeons & Dragons, Matthew corrects her, saying that's from the Harry Potter universe. Actually, a Cloak of Invisibility is a standard magic item from the D&D world as well.
Barb: Think about it. Fifty percent of marriages end in divorce, and murder affects one in two families, that's another fifty percent, so the half that haven't murdered someone are dead!
New Christine: I'm gonna need to see that written out.
Richard: New Christine should be the one to confront [Angela].
New Christine: Why, Richard? Because I'm damaged goods?
Richard: Yes. You're the weakest. If we start running, she'll catch you first.
Angela: (about her husband) We had a fight.
Barb: Is that why you killed him?
Christine: Barb! (to her mother) Is that why you killed him?
Lucy: Do you have any birth control?
Matthew: You mean besides the Dungeons & Dragons wall mural?
Christine: Barb, this is ridiculous. What are we talking about here? My mother would not kill my father.
Barb: How do you know?
Christine: Because my mother doesn't kill people; she just tortures them.
Matthew: I was looking for Christine's condoms from high school. Lucy got turned on by my Dungeons and Dragons room.
Richard: What, did you put a nerd curse on her?
Matthew: Okay, first of all, if I wanted her to be attracted to me, I'd have used an incantation, not a curse. Who's the nerd now?
Richard: (smug) Still you.
Christine: Oh, that is fantastic. Mom, you just went from coffee to divorce in two steps. That was quick.
Angela: Not as quick as your marriage.
Angela: Oh, Christine. Coffee breath!
Christine: Oh, sorry, I'll brush my teeth.
Angela: No, don't bother. Breath doesn't have to be a concern when you're divorced.
Christine: (talking about her mother's attitude towards her) For some reason, even though Richard and I were both married, I'm the only one who got divorced. Everything is my fault.
Richard: That's why I like going there.
New Christine: I like it because she calls me the 'Good Christine'.
Lucy: Your mom's British?
Matthew: Oh, not the classy kind.
Barb: Or the polite kind.
Christine: Yeah, not like the 'Queen kind'. More like the 'Simon Cowell kind'.
Christine: You know what, next year we're going to the Bahamas and spending Thanksgiving with your family.
Barb: I told you, we don't celebrate Thanksgiving in the Bahamas.
Christine: Oh, right, because it's your summer.
Matthew: (on their mother) Christine, go talk to her.
Christine: Why me?
Matthew: Because you understand what she's going through. Your husband left you, too.
Christine: Hey, I left him.
Richard: Only because you beat me to the door.
Lucy: I'd bet I'd hear some stories if these walls could talk.
Matthew: If these walls could talk they'd say, "This guy's gotta get a girlfriend. He's gonna hurt himself."
Angela: Oh, this must be Lucky.
Lucy: It's Lucy.
Angela: You're with my son; it's Lucky.
Angela: We converted the garage for a lovely bedroom for her in high school. She never appreciated it.
Christine: You moved the car over three feet and threw a futon in there.
Angela: And the garage door is always open for you.
Matthew: Lucy, I'm so sorry. I think my parents are splitting up.
Lucy: Oh, is there anything I can do?
Matthew: Well, you're standing there naked in my Dungeon Master's cape. If you were holding the Sword of Narlock, you would have fulfilled my every teenage fantasy.
Richard: I bet you spent a lot of time in high school holding your Sword of Narlock.
Angela: Christine, why are you shouting? This is a holiday, not your marriage.
The German episode title is "Rate mal, wer nicht zum Essen kommt", the German title for Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, with "nicht" ("not") added to match the original episode title.
Rebroadcast on June 24th, 2009 at 8:00 PM
This was one of the three episodes that were nominated for a 2009 Emmy in the Outstanding Art Direction For A Multi-Camera Series category.
International Airdates: Latin America: August 12, 2009 on Warner Channel; Finland: November 4, 2010 on MTV3
The episode title is a play on Stanley Kramer's 1967 film, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
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