In order to get back into his father's favor, Wooton attends a auction as a representative for the Bassett family. There he meets the girl of his dreams, who enjoys all the same foods, activities, and discussions as Wooton. Sadly, she isn't a Christian and Wooton must decide if he should keep spending time with her.
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- Was Grady right to tell Mr. Bassett about how his car had gotten scratched, even though he got in trouble for it?
- Have you ever had to be honest even when it hurt?
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|Carson McKay||Grady McKay|
|Wellington Bassett||Winston Bassett|
|John Whittaker||Grady McKay|
- This episode threw a wrench into Grady's journey to salvation. This was done because AIO team thought that his spiritual journey was just too easy. They wanted to show that when accepting Jesus, hardships could take place.
- Wooton describes himself as being "in like." Eugene uses this exact expression when talking to Jimmy and Curt in #117: “The Trouble with Girls”.
- The Pool Boys' name may be a spoof of The Beach Boys. They were inspired by a show Marshal Younger created in his younger years in which every episode ended with him putting his head under the water.
- The auctioneer says that a particular statue was created by Jacques Cartier, a Breton explorer.
- Although in this episode Wooton's father's name is Winston, in #516: “Bassett Hounds” his name was "Winslow."
Wooton Bassett: I've got 560 box tops in my cupboard! I'm saving up for a yacht!
Wooton Bassett: Yeah, I'm bananas about licorice.
Wooton Bassett: So you mean I can't get the solider shaped like a bird?