At the B&B, Artie is trying to take care of Leena's plants. Steve and Claudia come in and he tells them that two jockeys in London fell into comas after winning their races. In each case, they were riding long-shot horses, and the riders' bodies were drained of adrenaline. Artie tells them to investigate on their own and says that Mrs. Frederic has some Regent business to discuss with him. Steve, who was reporting to the Regents, worries that something is up but hastily assures Claudia that everything is fine...Read the full recap
(after a horse scares Steven)
Claudia: What? I'm not laughing at you. I'm laughing with the horse. (whinnies)
Myka: You know, his assistant, Rose, never told us that she lived here.
Pete: Ooh, nice. No wonder he's got a heart condition. Man, I hope I have a hot, young girlfriend when I'm his age.
Myka: Well, it's good that you have a five-year plan.
Monty the Magnificent: Sweetheart, I think I'm done.
Rose: Gramps, don't say that.
Monty the Magnificent: Hmm, listen, adorable Rose. When your eyes go, you stop painting. When your knees go, you stop dancing. And when you can't do what you do best, you walk away with dignity.
Myka: You can't be out here in the open air.
Pete: Ah, come on, coach, it's the fourth quarter--don't bench me.
Myka: Pete, I left cookies in the glove compartment.
Myka: There's no tricks here, Monty The world is full of magic. Real magic.
Claudia: Let's go have a wee chat with Dr. Dollittle.
Claudia is referring to the fictional veterinarian created by Hugh Lofting who had the ability to speak with animals.
Pete: It's "buying" the Stairway to Heaven.
Stairway to Heaven is Led Zeppelin's best-known song, released in 1971.