Randy: This is for a family, at Christmas. You know, 'Feliz Nobby-Blah'.
Catalina: That means nothing.
Randy: To you, maybe, but in American that means Christmas in Mexican.
Joy: You know how traditional my parents are. If they found out I got divorced and married a black man, they'd crap a sock.
Earl: For a woman who spent four days on a raft to get to America, Catalina was surprisingly sensitive to the sun.
Earl: We should go on a beer run. Are we okay to drive?
Randy: I know a good way to find out. If I can steer that remote control car in the living room without crashing, we're okay.
Earl: Randy that's the cat.
Randy: We shouldn't drive.
Joy: Why'd you flip out when I wanted to go out with that black guy in high school?
Joy's Dad: Because that particular black guy was your half-brother... one of them.
When Earl and Randy are riding the childrens bikes, Earl makes a reference to having E.T. in its basket. E.T. was a 1982 film directed by Steven Spielberg about an alien of the same name that levitated Eliott's bike in the film.