Dr. Harper is referred to as "Parker" throughout.
Dr. Harper: I started digging, guess what I found in his stomach.
Dr. Harper: If you like to eat money. I prefer to spend it. I guess he was really trying to take it with him.
Eddie: Ooh, these are some pretty bad schakal this, uh, relative of yours is writing about. Whoa, look out, they ate a baby. That's rude.
Eddie: Steinadler, let's see. Huh.
Eddie: Just a second, this is interesting. Steinadlers seem to be involved with the military. Like, heroic, noble. Apparently with very large.,. sausage? I don't think I'm translating that correctly.
Nick: You'll never find them again. Forget about them.
Farley: Oh, I've tried.
Nick: Try harder.
Canada: March 2, 2012 on CTV
UK: May 7, 2012 on Watch
Belgium: July 8, 2012 on VT4
Czech Republic: December 10, 2012 on Prima COOL
Referencing the 1954 film Three Coins in the Fountain, based on the novel Coins in the Fountain by John H. Secondari. It tells the tale of three American girls looking for romance in Rome. The theme song of the same name, by Julie Styne and Sammy Cahn, was a popular hit and received an Academy Award for Best Original Song the same year. The title refers to the legend of someone throwing a coin into the Trevi Fountain in Rome to make a wish.