TV Episode | TV-G | | Comedy, Family
In answer to an invitation, the Petries attend a swank dinner party thrown by wealthy Mrs. Huntington, which later reveals itself to be a fund-raiser where Rob's compliant gesture turns into a donation far beyond his means.
Henry Walden is named after Henry David Thoreau, who wrote "Walden."
Mr. and Mrs. Petrof, I am Mrs. Huntington, your hostess. Come, I want you to meet some of my very dear friends. People, I want you to meet Mr. and Mrs. William Petrof.
Rob Petrie: Petrie.
Mrs. Huntington: Oh, yes. You pronounce that Petrof, don't you?
Rob says, "What am I doin' in the world going to a party for a world-renowned poet?", instead of "What in the world am I doin' going to a party for a world-renowned poet?"