Cultural References

Girl Scouts (Organizations, Companies, and Products)

"I see. I'll take two boxes of the Thin Mints and some Lemon Coolers."
"You can keep all the gambling money, everything else. I don't care. Just give me my necklace back, and-and we'll be cool."
"Wow, that's some hard-core salesmanship. You're good. Uh, tell you what. Throw in a box of the shortbread."

Founded in 1912 by Juliette Gordon Low, the Girl Scouts of America is an organization in which girls from ages 5 to 17 perform community service, learn camping skills, and take part in other tasks in an effort to increase self-esteem and personal values. What the Girl Scouts are most famous for, however, may be their yearly cookie sale. The most popular sellers are Thin Mints, followed closely by Samoas. Some good news for people watching their diets: as of 2007, all Girl Scout Cookies will be trans-fat free. But it's possible that they may still contain heroin, as there is no other reason for them being so addictive.

3.05 "President Evil"

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