Night at the Venture compound, and Rusty checks on Hank. Hank and Dermott are playing dress-up, and Rusty agrees to let Dermott stay over if he takes out the garbage. Hank is happy someone else is taking out the garbage. Rusty then checks on Dean, who is burning vanilla candles in his attic room, and tells him to get to bed and stay off the phone in ten minutes because he's expecting a call. ..Read the full recap
Rusty: And no sexting.
Dean: Do you even know what that means?
Rusty: GIPO, I'm FOL, Code 9. TTYL. That's "Get your pants off. I'm fond of leather. My parent or guardian is near. I will talk to you later" in sexting language. Daddy is hip to it, Dean.
Dean: Aww! I knew she wasn't our mom. That would have been a good thing, and I don't get good things.
Hank: Yeah, it's just too bad that a raving lunatic that wanted to make you a baby again and then push you up her lady hole isn't our real mom. Real tragedy.
Dean: Yeah, good point.
Dr. Orpheus: Magic reveals little more than questions. She is a capricious light that tickles the intellect and begs us to peer into the newly illuminated truth.
Dermott: Yeah, that's, uh, totally confusing.
Dr. Orpheus: Then I, again, have done my job.
Hatred: Doc, these are the kinds of trees that disembowel scarecrows looking for wizards.
In The Wizard of Oz (1939), the Scarecrow is torn apart by the trees of the Haunted Forest and left to lie.
Like freakin' Dr. Bombay?
Dr. Bombay (Bernard Fox
) was the "witch" doctor who appeared on Bewitched
and its spinoff, Tabitha
. He could typically be summoned from wherever he was in time and space by calling his name.
Indian breaking through a window:
The conclusion of the 1975 movie One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest has a similar scene of an Indian picking up a water fountain and throwing it through a window to make his escape from an insane asylum.