Cultural References

Curveball (Sports, Games and Toys)

"70-mile-per-hour curveball. Didn't break. Pure meat."

In baseball lingo, a good curveball breaks when reaching home plate, meaning it drops just before the batter swings. The result is usually a strike. If a curveball does not break, the slowly-pitched ball is in the perfect position and has the perfect speed for a home run hit — it's pure meat. But what if the batter is a vegan? Will he allow the ball to pass by him simply because he loathes the idea of making contact with meat? Terrence will never know, since his no-curve-curveball resulted in a three-run homer.

2.13 "Ain't No Magic Mountain High Enough"

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