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Sanford "Sandy" Cohen
Henri-Michel de Momourant
Book store clerk
Winchester "Che" Cook
Dr. Neil Roberts
Goof: When Seth goes up to Seattle there is a shot of the city skyline with the Space Needle in the foreground and the kingdome in the background. The kingdome was imploded in 2000, and there are now two new stadiums in its place. The kingdome later appears in another skyline shot.
Ryan and Taylor along with Seth Summer and Marissa graduated from high school at the end of season 3 which was in 2006. When you graduate high school you are 18, but the hospital bracelets said that Taylor was born in 1985 and Ryan in 1986 making Taylor 21 when she graduated high school and Ryan 20 when he graduated.
Dr. Roberts said he was thinking of working at Seattle Grace Hospital, however when Seth walks down the hall with him, there is a sign for Washington Mercy Hospital in the background.
The hospital Doctor Roberts works at in Seattle is 'Seattle Grace Hospital' the same fictional hospital that is in Grey's Anatomy.
Taylor's birthday is 07-09-85.
Ryan's birthday is 09-05-86.
(both as shown on the hospital tags)
However, in the season 3 episode The Journey it was stated that Ryan's birthday is March 19th, 1988.
(talking about Taylor and Ryan being so different)
Ryan: How do you know if it's good difference..
Sandy: Or if you're from different planets?
Seth: Here is the deal. I went up there knowing your dad would have said no, so I could get out of this; but I realize I don't want out. I want it with you. Forever, you know. So I think we should stay engaged. It doesn't have to be today, but... someday.
Summer Wow. Seth, I realized something too, while you were gone. It turns out I have no idea who I am. In the past few months I went from being a hardcore environmentalist to a Newpsie wedding trainee.
Seth: You were a Newpsie?
Summer: For 48 hours, uh. The point is I don't think you can be with someone until you can be with yourself. I think it's something I need to figure it out.
Seth: Oh. That sounds like a...
Summer: I guess it's a no. I'm sorry.
Seth: (mumbles) I think I'm going...
Summer: But I'm going to see you tomorrow. Okay? (takes off her ring) Hey, you should take this. Because we may make it someday. (Seth takes the ring and walks out of the room)
Kaitlin: What are you doing tomorrow night?
Will: You asking me out?
Kaitlin: Are you saying yes?
Will: You go first.
Kaitlin: Okay. You're cordially invited to hang out in my house. With me.
Will: I'd like to accept your invitation.
(After Ryan and Taylor got into an argument because of the erotic memoir written by Henri-Michel, Ryan shows up at Coopers' mansion.)
Ryan: Taylor? (knocking on Taylor's bedroom door)
Taylor: (voiceover) You don't want to come in here, Ryan. I'm reenacting page 112.
(Will and Kaitlin are talking about a test about women rights)
Will: Come on. These women did sacrifice a lot so you could vote.
Kaitlin: Well, they should have sacrificed in cheese burgers. (Will stares at her) I'm kidding.
Kaitlin: He is not even a dork.
Brad Ward: He doesn't surf, and he doesn't play water polo.
Eric Ward: Ergo, dorko.
Brad Ward: Do you like him?
Kaitlin: You shut up before I vomit on you.
Will: Why did you say it wasn't a date?
Kaitlin: It's not like a dinner and a movie, or anything.
Will: Well, we have just had dinner and after this crappy show goes off, we can watch a movie.
Kaitlin: Well, you got me there.
Will: So, this is how you act with your mom; how are you going to act at school?
Kaitlin(Beat): Let's just watch the show. That cop's just driven his car into a meth lab. It's hilarious.
Will: I didn't think it was that funny.
Kaitlin: Maybe it's because you're not high. Do you want to smoke up?
Will: I think I'm gonna go. I thought the way you were at school was just an act.
Kaitlin: What are you saying?
Will: I guess I was wrong.
Kaitlin: (frowns) What are you doing anyway?
Julie: My cell phone wasn't at the office.
Kaitlin: So you think it's in the frying pans?
Julie: I checked everywhere else. And I just really need it, okay?
(Julie checks the toaster too.)
Kaitlin: Hey, I just come to clear few things up. I like you, okay?
Kaitlin: Maybe I messed things up so you can't like me back, but I just wanted you to know that.
(Will steps back)
Kaitlin (disappointed): Oh. You don't...
Will: No, I do. It's just...
(Kaitlin turns and realizes clothing drive is going on)
Kaitlin: Stupid winter clothing drive!
Will: You may not know this but there are homeless people that live in Newport.
Neil: Do you love my daughter?
Seth: Well, she's cool. Right. And she's pretty easy on the eyes.
Kaitlin: (to Will) Just can't believe this winter clothing drive is salting my game.
Kirsten: I've known you a long time, Julie. This isn't a matter of cloudy judgement and questionable morals. This is breaking federal law.
Julie: I understand, I do. And I deeply, deeply regret it; but if we quit now we can act like it never happened.
Kirsten: I wish I could. I want you out of here by Monday.
Julie: Kirsten, please.
Kirsten: I'm going to do you one more favour. I'm not going to call the police, and I'm not going to tell Sandy. You are on your own.
Taylor: Things between us have been so good lately and I wouldn't want one silly, erotic novel to change all that. So I'm gonna ask you a favour. Please, don't read it!
Ryan: Look, I've never read a romance novel before...
Ryan: ... and I'm not gonna start now.
Taylor: Thank you.
Ryan: Brilliant plan, good luck getting rejected.
Seth: Fortunately it's something I excel at.
Henri-Michel: (about his book) People say it is pornographic, but it is really just deeply, deeply sexual.
Julie: You like him.
Kaitlin: No I don't.
Julie: Oh my God, you really, really like him.
Kaitlin: Oh my God, no I don't.
Julie: You think he's dorkalicious.
Kaitlin: Stop it!
Julie: You want his big dorky arms wrapped around you while he gives you big dorky kisses.
Kaitlin: Mom, I'm your child.
Kaitlin: And even if I did like him, which I don't, it doesn't matter because I screwed up and he doesn't like me anyway.
Julie: Whatever it is you did, I'm sure you'll fix it. The very least you have to try.
Holly: I told Brent that for Christmas, all I want is an African baby.
Ryan: (about a book) Your ex-husband wrote this about you?
Taylor: A novel. Not a memoir. There's a big difference, ask James Frey.
Holly's Friend: (after telling Summer about her plan to dye Pancakes pink) Isn't that so adorable you just want to kill yourself?
Holly: (after she puts Pancakes in her purse) That is so cute I could barf!
Original International Air Dates:
India: April 14, 2008 on Zee Cafe
Slovakia: May 31, 2009 on Markiza
"Turn On Me" by The Shins
"I Spy" by Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly
"I Ain't Losin' Any Sleep" by The Sunshine Underground
"The West Coast" by Jason Schwartzman
Episode's Title: "The French Connection"
"The French Connection" is a 1971 film, directed by William Friedkin and starring Gene Hackman. About the smuggling of narcotics between Marseilles, France and New York City in the 70's.
Taylor: There's a difference between a memoir and a novel. Ask James Frey.
James Frey is the author of A Million Little Pieces. It was published as a novel, but research by some doubters has shown that there are holes in his story.
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