Charlie says the title Mr. McGlue's Feedbag in this episode.
Alan: What a day. Just sitting and sitting and sitting.
Alan: It was like jury duty, without the fun of sending someone to jail.
Charlie: Just hide the money. Stick it into a shoe.
Jake: Right. What about if I wanna wear it?
Charlie: Then put it on another shoe.
Jake: But not of the same pair, right?
Alan: (talking about Jake) Did you help him with his book report?
Charlie: Yes, I did.
Alan: Charlie, you said you'd help him.
Charlie: Well, you said you'd only be living here for a couple of weeks.
Charlie: (talking about the money) So here's what you do. Hide it in your room-some place no one will look.
Jake: Oh, I saw this movie once where they put the money on a plastic bag and hang it in the toilet.
Charlie: Bad idea—your toilet seat has way too much action.
Jake: How much can I bet?
Charlie: How much did you bring?
Jake: I have to use my own money?
Charlie: Boy, you really are your father's son, aren't you?
Charlie: Okay, I'm leaving.
Charlie: If you need anything, ask Berta.
Charlie: She won't give it to you, but she enjoys being asked.
The German episode title is "Schweinchen Glück", meaning "Little Pig's Luck". The French title is "Dr. Charlie et Mister Hyde". The Italian title is "Lezione di vita", meaning "Life Lesson". The Spanish title is "El pienso de Mr. Mcglue", meaning "Mr. McGlue's Feed".
Jon Cryer makes his directorial debut.
Berta yells, "Hey! Richie Rich back with my crab legs yet?", referring to the star of the epynomous comic series created by Alfred Harvey.
Charlie calls Jake "Little Lord Fartleroy". This is in reference to Frances Hodgson Burnett's 1885 novel Little Lord Fauntleroy.
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