The YouTube clip is obviously added to the computer screen since the time marker does not move during playback.
Andy is wearing a shirt that says "Getting Chai" (the "Chai" is in Hebrew). Obviously a joke combining "Getting High" with his newly reformed self ("Chai" as a reference to Judaism).
Silas: Mom, what you do and all, I'm cool with it.
Nancy: (to Shane) Go to your mediocre public school.
Dean: What are you doing here?
Celia: Well this is now our only source of income. So I'm protecting our assets.
Andy: I have to fuck you.
Yael: (laughs) Will you stop? I told you, you don't have the qualities I look for in a man.
Andy: Now what exactly are those qualities? 'Cause I can get them. I know a guy who... knows a guy.
Yael: I like big men. You have none of the physical qualities I look for in a male lover.
Yael: But you do have soft skin, and sad eyes, and those are things I find very attractive, (whispers) when I sleep with women.
Andy: That's big.
Yael: I know.
Andy: That's really big.
Yael: It'll fit.
Andy: Does it have to be black?
Yael: Stop being a pussy.
Andy: I thought that was the whole idea.
Yael: Don't forget to breathe.
(Nancy is banging on a pot and singing into a microphone horribly)
Shane: Stop, you have to stop.
Andy: Yeah yeah stop.
Nancy: Not until Silas comes out, this is my invasion of Panama.
Shane: Like when we got the canal?
Andy: No, what do they teach you in school?
Shane: How to pass the weekly standardized tests to get the school more funding.
Celia: Why is it that all you gay men hate women sooo much?
Director: Because we have mothers like you.
Conrad: Did you piss on my plant?
Andy: No I did not piss on your plant. I watered it...with my urine.
Original International Air Dates:
Germany: July 18, 2007 on ProSieben
Bill Turro was nominated for the 2007 Emmy Award for "Outstanding Single Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series" for this episode.
Music Featured in This Episode:
"Little Boxes" by Aidan Hawken
"Happy Clappy Birthday" by Gwendolyn
"Od Lo Ahavti Dai" by Yehoram Gaon
"Hadera" by Alain Leroux
When Dean says "Kill all the lawyers", he is referring to anarchist Dick the Butcher's line from Shakespeare's Henry VI - "The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers." (Act IV, Scene II).
Celia: God, how did I get here? What have I done? This is not my life.
Dean: Same as it ever was.
These lines are all taken from the Talking Heads song, "Once in a lifetime."