Til Death

Season 3 Episode 2

Joy Ride

Aired Friday 8:30 PM Sep 17, 2008 on FOX
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Episode Summary

When Eddie takes his car into the shop, he decides it's time for a new set of wheels and purchases a red convertible sports car. Joy recognizes that Eddie's passion for his new car is part of his mid-life crisis, so in a play for his attention she flirts with her co-worker. Meanwhile, Kenny buys Eddie's old clunker and tricks it.moreless

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Eddie: Joy honey, come on check out this high-tech dashboard. I had it customized with all the bells and whistles. I got the GPS, the TripStar, the Bluetooth... and for an extra seven fifty a month you could Wi-Fi you're my page space.
      Joy: It's MySpace page, grandpa.

    • Eddie: Just because I bought a red convertible and I happen to be in the middle of my life does not mean that I'm having a mid-life crisis!

    • Joy: Eddie look around you. Romantic lighting, wine, another man, I mean don't you see what's going on here.
      Eddie: Not really.
      Stu: I'm kinda lost too.
      Joy: Doesn't it look like someone is having an affair?
      Eddie: What?
      Stu: What?
      Joy: Not a real affair. I staged all this, and I used Stu to make it look like I was having an affair.
      Stu: Wait, so none of this is real? You mean the last eight weeks of my life have been a charade? The interview, the computer, the awesome desk?

    • Sid: Well, she's back. The car that bought me a boat.

  • NOTES (1)


    • Eddie: You Pimped My Ride. She's beautiful.

      This is a reference to the popular MTV show Pimp My Ride which originally aired in 2004 and was hosted by rapper Xzibit. In each episode, a car in very poor condition is taken by Xzibit to have it restored and customized for the lucky owner.

    • Eddie: Break pads, flux copasitator.
      This was a reference to Flux Capacitor, which was the key element of the time machine in the series of movies Back to the Future starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd.