Charlie says the title That Voodoo That I Do Do of this episode.
Charlie: Hey, guess what? You're taking ballet classes!
Jake: You wanna bet?
Charlie: Hey, you asleep? You can quit faking, I took her home.
Charlie: Hey, you're a teacher?
Mia: Hey, you're a stalker.
Jake: I'm too old to be tucked in, assface.
Charlie: Okay, sleep tight, little camper.
Charlie: What are you still doing up?
Jake: Why shouldn't I be up?
Charlie: Isn't it past your bedtime?
Jake: (to Mia) I don't have a bedtime.
Jake: I want to become a ballet dancer when I grow up.
Alan: That's a load off my mind.
Mia: Life is like a dance, live it gracefully.
Jake: That's my motto.
Alan: Charlie, you can't let him stay here if he doesn't want to.
Jake: I love you, dad.
Jake: I change my mind.
Charlie: You took my money.
Jake: I'll give it back.
Charlie: I have a surprise for you.
Jake: Not more food is it? Cause I'm starting to feel a little full.
(Alan witness Charlie bribing Jake)
Alan: Charlie, a word. Shame on you.
Charlie: Is that it?
Alan: What are you doing? You just ate dinner an hour ago.
Charlie: Then he won't need breakfast.
Jake: Yes, I will.
Mia: How old is your nephew?
Charlie: I don't know, eleven? Twelve? It's hard to tell, he has a big head.
Charlie: You remembered my name.
Mia: Yeah, I wrote it down in case I needed to call the cops.
Charlie: I have to find her.
Alan: It's a shame you can't let your penis sniff a scent of her clothing.
Jake: You didn't tell me I'd be the only boy here.
Charlie: The odds are on your side.
Jake: What odds? I'm eleven!
Mia: Jake, do you know first position?
Jake: Is that like missionary position?
The German episode title is "Ich will tanzen", meaning "I Want to Dance". The French title is "Tu seras un homme mon fils", meaning "You Will Be a Man, My Son". The Italian title is "Lezione di balletto", meaning "Ballet Lessons". The Spanish title is "Ese Vudú Que Hago", an exact translation.
At one point during the montage of Jake learning how to dance, Charlie did some moves to show Jake. Then he turned around, and saw Alan with a confused look. After a short pause, Charlie kept going, while staring at Alan, playing off of a similar scene from the 2000 movie, Billy Elliot.
Mia's dance studio is named "Les Petites Petomanes." This is an homage to French performer Joseph Pujol, who had a Victorian-era act involving his ability to fart at will, and used the stage name Le Pétomane. This also means the dance studio's name roughly translates to "The Little Farters."
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