Claudia and Pete go to the local coffee bar to get coffee for an all-night audit. Pete suggests that she play at open mike but Claudia refuses. As she prepares to go back, she gets a call from Gibson Rice, who says that Doug Fargo told him to call her if something went wrong with their beta test. Fargo and another man, Jerry Hoffler, are strapped into virtual reality headbands and dying...Read the full recap
Steven Jinks: I could tell you were lying.
Artie: Yeah, that never gets old.
Leena: Well, the tea set belonged to Beatrix Potter, 19th century English writer.
Myka: Peter Rabbit. I love that book.
Pete: Yeah, the League of Evil British Writers strikes again.
Steven Jinks: Oh, I'm sorry. My burglary skills are rusty.
Artie: We're Warehouse agents. This isn't burglary. This is creative snagging.
Steven Jinks: Well, I'll be getting my own lawyer.
Douglas Fargo: I like this Hannah better.
Pete: Well, I thought the giant axe was kind of a turn-on.
Claudia: I officially know way too much about you.
What? Saw it on Mythbusters
is a Discovery Channel series where a team of experts prove or debunk common misconceptions. The team took on the case of the "Leaping Lawyer" to prove that someone could run through safety glass given enough momentum.
Pete: Now run to your tree and get me some cookies.
The Keebler Elves are the mascots of the Keebler Company, and make cookies and other Keebler products in a hollow tree.
Pete: Let's go find the Scarecrow, shall we? Come, Toto.
The Scarecrow and Toto are characters from L. Frank Baum's The Wizard of Oz series. The Scarecrow is a walking, talking scarecrow that wants a brain, while Toto is Dorothy's pet dog.
Artie: That's how long Dark Side of the Moon is.
Dark Side of the Moon is Pink Floyd's eight studio album, released in March 1973.
Pete: That was not on Reading Rainbow.
Reading Rainbow is a PBS television series (1983-2006) hosted by Levar Burton, which promotes reading for children.
Pete: And what's the deal with Puff the Magic Dragon out there?
Puff the Magic Dragon is a 1963 song by Peter, Paul, and Mary, based on the 1959 poem by Leonard Lipton.
Fargo: You shall not pass!
This line is spoken by Gandalf in both the original novel and the movie adaptation of The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien.