When Holly greets Vince at the door, the rose falls off the stem. When Holly closes the door after inviting Vince and his girlfriend in, she throws the stem into the hall. Shortly after, she runs out into the hall to knock on Tina's door for help, and when the stem is seen again, the rose is back on it.
Val's loft number is 3D.
Tina and Ben mention her and Vince's liaison in "The Wedding -Part 1."
According to Lauren, an eight-year-old boy named Ryan constantly comes to the bakery and annoys Lauren, although, he is never seen nor talked about in previous episodes.
Vince once dated a girl named Rikki.
Vince's birthday cake said "I Love You, Vince."
Val has a 10-note checklist about her perfect man.
It is revealed that Tina lives in the apartment next door to Holly.
Vince finally tells Holly that the reason why they couldn't have a relationship isn't because of Vince; it's because of Holly.
Vince's birthday is celebrated in this episode.
Running Gag: Holly saying that the idea of Vince and Rikki together is "super cute," even though she doesn't mean it.
It is clear that Holly and Ben never had sex or touched each other inappropriately.
Holly and her friends watched the "Spongebob Squarepants Movie" in this episode.
Val dates a tax accountant named Paul, who is Ryan's father.
Gary: Why did Holly keep grabbing on to you throughout the whole movie?
Vince: She was going for my junior mints.
Gary: Well she wasn't going for my junior mints.
Ben: I dated her for six months and she never even touched mine.
Vince: (staring up at the sky) Thank God!
Holly: And I'm going to need these cucumbers. (pulls the cucumbers off Tina's eyes)
Tina: Wait, they have green mud all over them!
Holly: Or...a lovely avocado dip!
Lauren: You know, sometimes men who have no personality make up for it in the nether regions.
Vince: (to Holly) Are you insane? I've been living like a monk trying to get you to trust me.
Ryan: (about him and his dad's day at the zoo) It was so fun! We went to the zoo, and we saw orangutans fighting!
Ryan's Dad: Oh, no, son. They weren't fighting!
Lauren: (muttering to herself) Man! Even the orangutans are gettin' it!
Holly: (about the invitations to Vince's "surprise" party) You got the invitation, didn't you, Tina?
Tina: (playing along) Yep. Totally got it.
Ben: Of course she got invited, she slept with him, for God's sake!
Val: (on the phone with Lauren) How's Ryan?
Lauren: (nervously) Uh...Ryan? Oh! The kid! He's fine. He beat me in cards five times! (to Ryan, who's mopping the bakery) Hey, loser! Put some elbow grease into it!
Lauren: I babysit all the time.
Val: Yeah, when exactly do you babysit?
Lauren: Oh, ok, well, not so much babysat as I dated a guy who liked to get spanked.
Holly: Hi, I'm Holly!
Rikki: (to Vince) You bad boy!
Holly: (to herself) Nice to meet you too, Holly.
Lauren: Do you think his daddy likes blondes?
Val: I know he does; he asked me out!
Holly: (singing) Everybody! For he's a jolly good fellow. For he's a jolly good fellow. Would Tina meet me on the patio? Everyone just talk amongst yourselves!
International Air Dates:
Czech Republic: December 3rd, 2010 on TV Nova
Working Title: "Vince's B-Day"
Ricky Don't Lose That Number In a very indirect way, this episode references the song, "Ricky, Don't Lose That Number" by Steely Dan (1974). Vince runs into a girl named Rikki who had apparently given him her number but he never called. He has trouble recalling her name, and when he finally says "...Rikki?", she says "Yes! Did you lose that number?", which is a lyric from the song (and clearly, the title).