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Goof: When Marissa, Seth, Summer and Ryan are sitting at the table and talking about the Chrismukkah being ruined, Marissa holds her hands out on the table while she's talking. When the camera changes the angle, she has her hands back to herself.
Seth uses the phrase "You're a Cohen. Welcome to a world of insecurity and paralyzing self-doubt" to welcome Lindsay to the family. He uses the same phrase to welcome Ryan to the family in the first season (1x04) episode "The Debut".
Episode Slap Count: 2
Goof: When Renee is in the kitchen at the Cohen house she should have definitely seen Caleb and Sandy when she looked to her right. The layout of the house is such that there is a direct pathway from the kitchen to the bar area. She looks directly to her right towards the bar but somehow manages not to see Caleb or Sandy.
Goof: Seth repeatedly tells Lindsay that she is "a Cohen", but this is not technically true. She is related to Seth on his mother's side, making her a Nichol. It is Seth's father that is a Cohen. She is a "Cohen" in a broad sense yes.
Goof: When Ryan is talking to Lindsay at school, her text book appears to be on different pages each time the camera cuts to her angle. It is obvious by the black circle in the text book that appears and disappears between takes.
Goof: About Caleb saying that Kirsten might forgive him but not Julie, why? Sure Julie isn't the most forgiving person, but why would Julie all of a sudden judge him so harsh on something that happened 16 years ago which she had nothing to do with. To make it easier to be with Jimmy perhaps?
Lindsay: When I was little, all my friends were waiting for something from Santa, and I was just hoping for something, anything, from my dad.
Ryan: Still waiting?
Lindsay: Not anymore. Every kid grows up and stops believing in Santa. I stopped believing in my dad.
Seth (singing): Moses and Jesus, they both had beards.
Renee: Why did you want to meet here?
Sandy: I've run out of places to go. I've had so many clandestine meetings lately I feel like I'm in an Oliver Stone movie.
Seth: Okay, where are we going to find some Jews in Orange County? (sees Sandy enter and snaps fingers) Father! I have just discovered the ideal job for you this Chrismukkah!
Sandy: Chrismukkah, ugh, leave me out of it.
Kirsten: Oy, humbug.
Seth: Oy, humbug.
Marissa: This sucks. Last year the holidays were so much fun.
Summer: Yeah, I got rejected by Cohen in a Wonder Woman costume and you got caught shoplifting.
Marissa: Yeah, it was memorable though.
Seth: Now, we're gonna have to really put our heads together and do some serious Jew-cruitment. Ryan, do you think you can rope in some Hebrews?
Ryan: Blonde hair, blue eyes. Yeah no problem, I'm a natural.
Seth: Fair point, my Aryan friend.
Summer: We need a Chrismukkah miracle! (looks at Seth, Marissa, and Ryan who all look doubtful) I have a plan!
Lindsay: (tearfully) This is really weird.
Kirsten: Oh … it's our family.
Seth: Here's the thing. Lindsay, you and I, we're kin.
Lindsay: No! No, we're not!
Seth: Yeah. Yeah, you are. Congratulations. You're a Cohen. Welcome to a world of insecurity and paralyzing self-doubt.
Marissa: You've been talking to her (Julie) a lot lately. You're not, like, becoming friends or anything?
Jimmy: Why? Would that, uh, that be so terrible?
Marissa: Yeah, for you.
Julie: It's been so long since we've done this.
Jimmy: Well, it's like … like riding a bike. With an incredibly toned and … you know, evenly tanned and limber bike … you know, with a sharp mind and an incredible sense of interior design.
Sandy: Facing Kirsten and Julie has got to be better than going to jail.
Caleb: Kirsten, maybe. Not Julie.
Seth: Oh gawd, what if it's starting?
Ryan: What if what's starting?
Seth: The Chrismukkah backlash! What if it's getting too big and commercial?
Ryan: I feel like I'm done studying.(packs away to leave kitchen)
Seth: Dude, I knew this would happen, it's like it starts out as this really cool, cult holiday, you know, flying beneath the cultural radar and then all of the sudden it crosses over, and then there's too much pressure. I mean truthfully, can it really be the next Thanksgiving? Can it top Halloween? The government, they're gonna be asking me to create new holidays! Seth, Seth, what about Eastover or Quantishannah? We can't let it happen!
Kirsten: You gonna answer it?
Julie: Oh, no. It's just Jimmy.
Kirsten: I thought you two were getting along really well.
Julie: What makes you say that?
Kirsten: Last week, when you said that you and Jimmy were getting along really well.
(after being late for a meeting due to being with Jimmy)
Kirsten: Julie are you okay? You seem a little frazzled.
Julie: Yeah, well, I didn't get to blow my hair out this morning so...
Kirsten: I said frazzled, not frizzy.
(after Sandy tells them it is best not to invite Lindsay for Chrismukkah as she is involved in Caleb's case)
Ryan: Yeah, okay. Except, I mean, what does Lindsay have to do with Caleb's case? What is she like, Caleb's hit man, drug dealer?
Seth: Illegitimate love child?
(Sandy glares, confirming Seth's comment)
"Christmas is Going to the Dogs" by Eels
"As" by Har Mar Superstar
"Mamacita, Donde Esta Santa Claus" by Guster
"Hustle" by Van McCoy
"Carol of the Meows" by Guster
"Christmas" by Leona Naess
"Silent Night" by CHAP 200
"Maybe This Christmas" by Ron Sexsmith
Seth makes a reference to writing a Chrismukkah song to the tune of a song by Death Cab For Cutie, entitled "A Lack Of Color". Not only is this one of Adam Brody's favorite bands, but the song has been featured in the show before in "The Goodbye Girl".
Caleb: The truth is out there.
This was the tagline from the hit FOX series, The X-Files.
Summer: That is so Miami Vice.
Miami Vice was a police drama on NBC back in the '80s about two mismatched cops who constantly worked undercover to bring down the crime in Miami.
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