Patrick: If you were trying to scare me off, you were doing a good job—a really good job. I almost changed my phone number.
Christine: That's happened.
Christine: You know what's different about this relationship?
Matthew: You're not sending yourself flowers to make yourself seem more desirable?
Christine: No, I did that.
Patrick: What are you afraid of?
Christine: Well, I'm in my thirties...
Patrick: And you're afraid I'm going to find out you're not in your thirties?
Richard: Is [Barb] a fire starter? She's always accusing other people of being fire-starters, that's because she is a fire-starter!
Matthew: She fits the profile, but no.
Christine: Hey, who put you in charge?
New Christine: I'm sick of watching you idiots running around screwing up your lives.
Richard: She may have us there.
Richard: (to Christine) Seeing a man in your bed—it's like seeing a Yeti.
Barb: Don't be so hard on yourself. That story I told you was pretty good.
Matthew: That story was awful.
Barb: Yeah, it wasn't true.
Barb: I saw Ralph Maggio at my dentist's office and got the rest off CSI.
Matthew: Why would you do that?
Barb: I don't know, my story sounded so tame, I didn't want you to start drawing squirrels. My biggest fear is that people will think I'm boring. And squirrels.
Christine: (Playing charades) You're thin. Pale. Wan. You're a prisoner of war!
Matthew: I haven't started yet!
The German episode title is "Drei sind einer zuviel", meaning (idiomatically) "Two's Company, Three's a Crowd".
Rebroadcast on April 22nd, 2009 at 8:00 PM
Original International Airdates:
Latin America: July 22, 2009 on Warner Channel
Finland: October 14, 2010 on MTV3
Czech Republic: December 31, 2012 on Nova Cinema
Though credited, Trevor Gagnon, Alex Kapp Horner, and Tricia O'Kelley do not appear in this episode.
The episode title is a play on FOX's So You Think You Can Dance.