Early in the episode Nancy tells Shane that he must go to school so that he can become "a doctor, or lawyer, or business executive" - a line from the theme song of the first three seasons of the show.
Andy: Plenty of matzah to go around. This is what my people ate as we wandered the desert.. for fourty years. At least in the beginning. Then we switched to mana, which fell from the sky. Doesn't really happen anymore. I'm thinking it's either global warming, or God is dead. I haven't committed either way yet. So... thoughts?
Mexican: Forty years?
Andy: Moses wasn't half the coyote I am.
Shane: I don't see why I have to go to school and Silas doesn't?
Nancy: You're our one chance at legitimacy.
Shane: No, I'm not. I'm very corrupt. I'm a contractor.
Esteban: What are you afraid of?
Esteban: Before the storm?
Nancy: Storm I can weather.
This episode is rated TV-MA for nudity, graphic language and adult content.
Music Featured In This Episode:
"Don't Try to Fool Me" by Miss Li
"How to See the Sun Rise" by Ben Sollee
"Leader of the Outlaws" by Los Mexicanos
"Border Ballad" by Los Mexicanos
Original International Air Dates:
Czech Republic: December 20, 2008 on HBO Comedy
Nancy: You're going to grow up and become a doctor, or lawyer or a business executive.
Nancy is quoting part of the Malvina Reynolds song "Little Boxes", which was used in the opening credits for the first three seasons of Weeds.