Cultural References

Monopoly (Sports, Games and Toys)

"How many get-out-of-jail-free cards do you have up your sleeve, anyway?"
"Pretty sure that was my last, so you might keep your felonies to a bare minimum."

Monopoly has a long and storied history as the most popular board game of all time, involving progressing around a board, buying property, and building upon it, but all you really need to know is this — as you make your way around the board, you may occasionally land in jail during which time you languish, unable to make money. It can be something of an effort to get out, thus it is very useful to have a get-out-of-jail-free card. Then again, it is just as often helpful not to use it, particularly if your dad has Broadway/Mayfair/[insert country variation of choice for those properties just before "Go"] sewn up with hotels. Me bitter? You bet your utilities I am.

1.19 "Hot Dogs"

This board game features a coveted card that allows players to escape the consequences of being placed in the "Jail" square on the board. Hannah bakes Logan a "Get Out Of Jail Free" cake, complete with a lock-jimmying nail file, and hopes he'll never become the girlfriend in a jailhouse romance.

2.16 "The Rapes of Graff"

Cultural References