- Dollars to donuts (Words, Sayings, and Slogans)
"Dollars to donuts, you'll find her sobbing into a mojito at the club because she lost an earring."
"Well, you'd be the donut expert."
A phrase that originated in the 1880s, betting "dollars to donuts" means you're so sure you're right that you're willing to bet real dollars to the other person's donuts (donuts having no fiscal value, beyond what you paid to buy them). As we all know police officers love donuts, Dean O'Dell recognizes Lamb's expertise in the area and is willing to take that bet.
- 3.08 "Lord of the Pi's"