In Ithaca, NY, Amy and Paul are making out on Lover’s Lane. Paul hears something in the woods and goes to investigate, and something lunges out of the woods at him. He runs back to the car but the thing behind him throws him against the car and attacks Amy when she runs to her boyfriend’s side...Read the full recap
Pete: Walter Sykes needs to be brought to justice.
Artie: Ah, see, you're not looking for justice. You're looking for vengeance.
Pete: If some psycho tried to off your mother, wouldn't you want payback?
Artie: You never met my mother.
Myka: Artie, will you please tell Pete that the undead don't exist?
Artie: Don't be ridiculous. Of course they exist.
Myka: Thank you. What? What?
Pete: Told you.
Artie: Only in the technical sense.
Myka: Ha, ha. I told you.
Claudia: Yeah, Artie, you specifically forbade me from...
Artie: I changed my mind. I'm mercurial. Deal with it.
Claudia: Yeah, not exactly the adjective I'd choose right now.
Myka: Thirty guys under one roof, and no one takes the time to change a light bulb.
Pete: Are you asking me how many frat boys it takes to change a light bulb? Because I would say...
Myka: Please don't.
Artie: So, Danny... any interest in cryptography? Piano nocturnes? 'Cause they're--no. Cold War espionage. (Danny stares) Yeah, ech.
Artie: You go check out Animal House.
National Lampoon's Animal House is a 1978 comedy movie about a bunch of fraternity brothers who spend their time drinking, partying, and goofing off.
Pete: I'm gonna crank this baby up to 11...
In the 1984 mockumentary This is Spinal Tap, guitarist Nigel has his amplifers marked to go up to 11, rather than just make 10 the highest volume possible.