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When Paul escapes from custody, Big Jim worries that Linda can't handle it so he organizes a search party and takes Barbie along. Meanwhile, Joe finds his house the center of attention when the teenagers realize he has a generator and no parents at home, and Junior tries to find a way out beneath the dome.
The town's teenager are partying while Joe watches the video he took of Paul Randolph accidentally shooting Freddy. Ben comes over and admits that Barbie is pretty cool, and Joe wonders if he's black ops. Two girls come over and are glad to see that someone has texting, and they watch the video again...Read the full recap
Phil: I like this symbiotic thing we got going on, man.
Julia: Key to a civilized society is a well-informed public.
Phil: Oh, that and indoor plumbing.
Julia: Oh, I forgot about indoor plumbing. Fingers crossed that holds out.
Joe: Did you invite anyone else?
Ben: Uh, I might have mentioned the generator to a few people.
Joe: What about the whole advisories-to-stay-inside thing.
Ben: Dude, it's the apocalypse. Advisories don't apply.
Big Jim: Back at school we had this all-state wideout, a real, uh... a real showboater, you know? He called me "Big Jim," uh, but as a joke, you know? Laughing at me. And one day we, um... we had to scrimmage, and he was taunting me, you know? "Come on, Big Jim. You can't touch me, Big Jim," you know? So... I put the mother of all hits on this punk. I mean, helmet first, went in low, completely shattered his pelvis. Guess what. Big Jim wasn't a joke no more. What does that tell you?
Barbie: Well, that tells me that being on your team could be hazardous to my health.
Big Jim: Sometimes an example needs to be made, you know? Command respect. An eye for an eye.
Big Jim: Just like Butch and Sundance, huh?
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid is a 1969 movie loosely based on the real-life 19th century bank robbers. The movie ends with them surrounded by the Bolivian Army and charging out to shoot it out with their opponents.
Ben: The guys got The Simpson Movie going on a loop. They totally saw the dome coming.
The Simpsons Movie (2007) featured the town of Springfield being placed under an impenetrable dome. Although the novel Under the Dome was released after that, Stephen King claimed he had been working on the story (originally titled The Cannibals) for some time prior to 2007.
Norrie: That thing blew up like the Death Star.
The Death Star is a mobile weapons platform and planet-killer in the Star Wars universe.