Cultural References

Junior League (Organizations, Companies, and Products)

"Are we start going to church or are you addressing the Junior League?"

The Junior League is an international organization of young women that was formed in 1901 and has taken part on humanitarian projects, fundraising, community events, and other events, such as selling bonds during WWI and WWII, over the past century. Despite its work for the less fortunate, it has gained a reputation for being a slightly dull social climber's club for debutants. Keith hasn't quite grasped the concept of Veronica's "bland is the new hot," citing church or a Junior League meeting as the only places she would wear a beige pantsuit.

3.04 "Charlie Don't Surf"

"If I recall correctly, these coincide with the nights of Mindy's Junior League meetings."

A long-standing organization of women — traditionally upper-class debutantes — who ostensibly do work for the underprivileged and raise money through fancy teas and dinners. Prim, proper, and slightly snobbish, this organization's history is kinder than its current reputation, but that doesn't stop women like from wanting to be part of it. Or, more likely in her case, pretending to be part of it so she has an excuse for her absences from the house.

3.09 "Spit & Eggs"

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