Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Life or Something Like It .
Tommy. Tommy was played by Jesse James Rutherford who also made an appearance on a 2001 episode of "Enterprise".
New York. Pete met his son's mother when they went to a Catholic high school there.
Transit Workers. Lanie and Pete went to go interview some of the angry workers. This is when Lanie got everyone to sing "I Can't get No Satisfaction!"
Cal Cooper. Cal Cooper was a player on the Seattle Mariners who took Lanie out for batting practice to make her feel better.
The Rolling Stones . The lead singer of the Rolling Stones is Mick Jagger.
Gwen. Gwen was played by Lisa Thornhill, said that her husband was a "sex addict".
Prophet Jack. Prophet Jack was played by Tony Shalhoub who also was in "Galaxy Quest" and "Spy Kids 1 & 2".
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. They showed a clip of Lanie watching Marilyn sing "Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend". Lanie also seemed to model her style after the blonde bombshell.
Kerrigan. Lanie Kerrigan's mother died when she was young.
Angelina Jolie. Lanie's nickname when she was a kid was "Pudge".
Alcoholism and sex addiction. Gwen takes it too personally when Lanie mentions their family isn't normal. Gwen makes a comment about Jerry, her husband, being in AA and counseling for sex addiction.
Yes. After the earthquake prediction comes true, Lanie visits Pete to talk about her life coming to an end within the week. When he has her take some deep breaths, she says, "You're trying to have sex with me." He denies it, and she tells him that the time before was a mistake.
San Francisco. She pays him for this information, and then she gives him some more cash for the exact time. 9:06 a.m.
Fortified strawberry wine. Prophet Jack: "Fortified strawberry wine. June 2001. Good month." He shoves the bottle back at her, and when she asks what he would rather have, he mentions the other 3 items.
Camel. There are a few packs shown when she opens the glove box in her car after leaving her father's house.
Conrad and Chloe. Conrad's soccer team is in the playoffs and Chloe is rehearsing for the International Children's Orchestra. These are the reasons Gwen gives when questioned about why the children weren't there while Gwen and Lanie celebrate their father's birthday.
Changes the pitch on the microphone. Lanie sounds like she has inhaled a lot of helium, and she says to Pete that he is completely unprofessional. Later on at the station, the boss tells both Lanie and Pete to stop acting childish.
Denver Broncos. That was a freebie. The Stars, Maple Leafs, and Red Wings are all hockey teams.
Zoo. She is being attacked by a chimpanzee at the zoo. After Lanie complains, Vin tells her, "...they're naturally attracted to large, yellow objects," in reference to her signature hairstyle.
Yes. Right before the final scene at the ballpark, a billboard of Lanie is shown with her last name as Scanlon instead of Kerrigan.
Love. When he confesses his love for her, she asks him to, "Define love." He replies, "Lanie, I want to spend the rest of my life with you." Then they banter back and forth. All the other words were mentioned in various scenes: logorrhea, when Pete is explaining that Prophet Jack is just a homeless guy with a random hunch; life, when Lanie says her life is over after the transit strike; perfect, when Lanie tells Pete her life is perfect, and then she explains to Andrea what she means by that.
Since the first time he met her. She is in the hospital after being shot, and he tells her he doesn't want the moment to pass by. He also mentions that he should have told her a long time ago.
25. When the producer offers to take Lanie up, she declines and tells him, "Thank you, but I'm going home."
Harry, her former fiancÚ. Deborah Connors doesn't answer any questions she doesn't know about in advance, but Lanie takes a chance after hesitating for a few moments. Ms. Connors answers the questions politely, and after the cameras stop taping, she tells Lanie to go away.
Altoids. Pete mocks the Altoid metaphor, and says, "Yeah. Well, Lanie's gone and Altoids aren't an option anymore." Then he sees the news story about Rod Melendez, a former pitcher for the California Angels, dying in a plane crash. This validates Prophet Jack's prediction that an angel would fall from the sky, so Pete catches a flight to New York to find Lanie.
Happy Together. Lanie comments to her father about favoring Gwen over her, and he denies it. As proof, he has her play his favorite tape of her performing for her mother, who is obviously very ill at the time. He says, "You were the only one who could make her smile." Awww!
11:06. Lanie has an appointment with the boss, and she thinks she is going to be fired. Pete tells her to meet him in the equipment room for a quickie at 11:06. She does meet him, but they end up arguing because she is taking the job and going to New York, and he believes she is back to her superficial old ways.
"Nookie", Limp Bizkit. Lanie tells him she has never heard that one before, and he is shocked. Pete asks Tommy how he knows about it. I guess he thinks his son is too young for a song like that.
French toast. It shows him beating the eggs and tossing the toast in a frying pan. Then you see his hands cutting up strawberries and pouring glasses of orange juice.
Bacardi. There are 4 or 5 bottles for her to choose from. He mentions, "I knew you were a rum and coke girl," before mixing a cure for her hangover. She has to choke it down, but he makes her take several big gulps of the concoction.
No Pride, No Ride. In addition to the phrase being chanted, almost all of the signs have this printed on them somewhere.