Herb says the episode's title.
Charlie: You know what's a good book? Under the Dining Room Table, by Richard Gobbler.
Charlie: I'm an artist; I paint with words.
Alan: You're a lush; you paint with vomit.
Judith: I was afraid of being 40 years old and being all by myself, but dying alone has got to be better than being stuck with you.
Alan: Okay, now you're starting to sound like my mother.
Alan: Would you rather I talk to you in the morning?
Charlie: No, the liquor makes you more interesting. Go on.
Charlie: What was the name of Jimmy Carter's wife?
Charlie: She was nice. Always got a good vibe off her.
This episode's end titles has Chuck Lorre's Vanity Card #226, a thank you to the Parents Television Council for their complaint over "A Jock Strap in Hell" and the ratings boost the show received as a result.
The German episode title is "Alles einsteigen", meaning "All Aboard". The French title is "Les grues m'ont coûté un max", meaning "The Cranes Cost Me the Most". The Italian title is "Gamberetti a volontà", meaning "As Many Shrimp as You Want".
Latin America: December 16, 2008 on Warner Channel
Czech Republic: February 17, 2010 on TV Nova
Slovakia: October 1, 2010 on Markiza
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