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MisterHenderson Boerewors Since: 3.5.06 From: New York Since last post: 2955 days Last activity: 2873 days # 1 Posted on 7.12.06 2150.51 | Instant Rating: 0.73 As always, I loved the episode. But I didn't ge tthe Rod Carew joke that Steve made while reading Haile's diary. Any help? Rusty Shackleford is just the name he uses to order Pizza with. Promote this thread!
edoug Summer sausage Since: 13.2.04 From: Maine Since last post: 887 days Last activity: 102 days # 2 Posted on 8.12.06 1653.54 | Instant Rating: 3.60 I didn't see it but maybe this helps. http://www.planet-americandad.com/pad/episodes/16/NotParticularlyDesperateHousewives/ Steven mentions that his sister Hayley was giving the coach a Rod Carew in the parking lot. Rod Carew was a Major League Baseball player for the Minnesota Twins and California Angels in the 1970s and 1980s. In addition to being the only major leaguer to ever be born in a train, he was one of the most prolific hitters of his generation. It should be noted that Steve is using R"od Carew" as rhyming slang for "screw". I didn't see it but maybe this helps. (edited by edoug on 8.12.06 1755)
Mike Zeidler Pepperoni Since: 27.6.02 Since last post: 1196 days Last activity: 238 days # 3 Posted on 9.12.06 0557.26 | Instant Rating: 5.18 Additionally, to "Rod Carew" someone means going straight from "1st base" (kissing) to "3rd Base" (oral sex). "A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle." - Irinia Dunn
MisterHenderson Boerewors Since: 3.5.06 From: New York Since last post: 2955 days Last activity: 2873 days # 4 Posted on 9.12.06 1919.10 | Instant Rating: 1.04
Ohhhh. OK. Thanks, the joke is that much better now. Rusty Shackleford is just the name he uses to order Pizza with.
I was thinking that as well. They should have acknowledged it: "Hey, didn't you try to kill me and leech my powers three or four years ago?" "Nope, must have been someone who looked like me."
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