Herb says the title "The Soil is Moist" in this episode.
(Herb is gardening)
Charlie: How do you feel about bushes, Herb?
Herb: Well... I like a full bush, the way God intended.
Charlie: I like them trimmed.
Cynthia: Hi, Jake, look how big you're getting.
Jake: It's called puberty.
Charlie: It's called donuts.
Jake: Donuts don't make hair. (glances towards his crotch)
(the guys finish paying for coffees to find Jake eating something at a table)
Alan: Where did you get that?
Jake: I found it on the table.
Alan: Oh, Jake...
Jake: It's okay, I'm eating on the side without the teeth marks.
Charlie: Puberty, my ass—that's a missing chromosome.
Alan: (to Charlie) I ignore you at my own peril when it comes to women, liquor, and venereal disease.
The German episode title is "Säen und ernten", meaning "Sow and Harvest". The French title is "Allo docteur", meaning "Hello, Doctor". The Italian title is "Una vecchia amica", meaning "An Old Friend". The Spanish title is "Tierra húmeda", an exact translation.
International Airdates: Slovakia: January 26, 2010 on Markiza
This episode's end titles has Chuck Lorre's Vanity Card #201.
"Why the long face, Seabiscuit?", refers to a joke about a horse which has a long face. Seabiscuit was a US racehorse in the 1930's and 40's whose tale was told in an eponymous 2003 movie.