Stan: Where's Steve? Still caught in Debbie's gravitational pull?
Stan: That's one impressive man. Handsome, fit, the whole package.
Roger: That's great, Stan. Can we stop staring at your reflection in the TV and turn it on now?
Debbie: You had me at lasagna.
Steve: I never said lasagna.
Debbie: Yeah, but I was thinking about it.
Hayley: And this girl actually wants to spend time with you?
Steve: For your information, she said she thinks I'm cute.
Stan: So she lies. Great. That's how you know she doesn't have a penis.
Francine: We can't wait to meet her, Steve.
Stan: You can say that again. It'll be nice to have a pretty girl around the house for a change.
(Hayley continues smiling; Francine frowns)
Stan: I meant a pretty, younger girl.
(Hayley begins to frown; Francine starts smiling again)
Stan: Don't get mad at me. It's called makeup.
Stan: Hayley, are you wearing makeup? You look like a whore.
Hayley: We were just freezing our...
Hayley: It's a woman thing, keeps them crisp, great in the summer.
Francine: More refreshing than a popsicle!
Francine: Stan, you're being ridiculous. We have a guest out there.
Stan: Please, Francine, show some panic. Our son is dating a fatty.
Hayley: Dad, that's awful. Plus-size women drive our economy with their purchases of Garfield books and Haagen-Dazs.
Francine: You apologize to your son.
Stan: For what? You brought fat into our house.
Steve: You'd like Debbie if you got to know her, Dad. There's a lot more to her than you think.
Stan: There's more of her?!
Steve: How ya doing, Dad?
Stan: Fat and healthy, son. In a few weeks, I'll be a regular Debbie.
(Steve begins to cry)
Stan: Steve, what's wrong? What about the word "regular" set you off? Here, have a Little Debbie.
(Steve begins to cry harder)
Stan: What, now it's the word "little"? You know what? Why don't I put on some Debbie Gibson and we can talk about it?
(Steve begins to cry hysterically)
Steve: Here she comes.
Stan: (looks at Debbie through the window) Where's Debbie? Behind that fat girl?
Steve: No, Dad, that's...
Stan: Is the fat girl going to lead us to Debbie?
Steve: No, that's...
Stan: She's carrying a purse. She must have a map to Debbie in her purse.
Steve: Dad, that's Debbie.
Stan: To the panic room!
The orange juice changes color when Stan grabs the glass.
After Debbie tells Steve that he sunk her battleship, she picks it up and shows that it has three red pegs in it.
However, in the game Battleship
, the battleship required four pegs for it to sink. The submarine and the cruiser required only three.
The utensil Stan was using to clean his desk cannon vanishes.
He just moved the food!
The scene where Francine falls in the pool and is surrounded by food Stan has hidden is a take off of the 1982 horror film, Poltergeist
The character, Diane Freeling falls into a pool filled with corpses.
Also, Francine's line "He just moved the food!"
is reference to Steve Freeling's line, "You only moved the headstones!"
& Hayley's line of "What's happening"
was said by Dana Freeling.
The scene where Roger hides as one of Steve's stuffed animals is much like a scene in the 1982 movie E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
, where the alien does the same thing.
Stan: Here, have a Little Debbie.
A Little Debbie is the brand of a popular chocolate, nutty, snack cake.
Stan: Why don't I put on some Debbie Gibson and we can talk about it?
Debbie Gibson is is an American singer-songwriter.
Stan's "fitness trainer", created by the delusional state brought on by his anorexia, might be a reference to the 1999 David Fincher movie Fight Club
Stan dances to Deniece Williams
's Let's Hear it for the Boy
from the 1984 movie, Footloose.