When Mike gets nervous after Molly doesn't get pregnant following weeks of trying, he turns to Carl and Samuel for advice.
Did You Know?
The music heard at the end of the episode "Choo-Choo Charlie". Is from a TV commercial for Good&Plenty candy that ran in the late 1950's & 1960's. It was very popular. And you would be hard pressed to find a baby-boomer that couldn't sing along with the lyrics. And many that could sing the song without a reminder. In the ad, which was animated. A small boy with an engineers hat. Is in the cab of a train pulling a car with a little girl and dog riding in it. The girl is eating the candy. But the little boy is moving the box to make the choo-choo sound. Good and plenty was. And is a licorice candy. It comes in two different colors, pink and white; mixed together in the box. The colorful soft candy coating covers a soft black licorice center. See more
Pee-Yew! Something smells like dried rhino penis.