|Written By||Laura McCreary|
|Directed By||Brad Goodchild|
|Original Airdate||December 12, 1998|
|Previous||"Portrait of the Artist as a Young Milo"|
Pepper Ann finds this celebration of women extremely boring and can't understand why everyone has to assert their femininity so...adamantly.
Margot: We are sisters, sisters, sisters!
Pepper Ann: Oh brother.
Grandma Lillian: I celebrated women every day of my life by raising two of them in a loving, roach-free household.
Janie: JoJo! Ned! I've come home to my men!
Grandma Lillian: I'll just wait here. On the stoop. Alone. Still spelling 'women' with an 'e'.
Grandma Lillian: Now Lydia here had talent. She could do a sea-cow impression so good, I swear you'd wanna set her free in the ocean.
- In this episode, Janie and Margot hate each other, while Lydia seems merely indifferent to Margot. In "Moose in Love", however, Lydia and Margot hate each other. And in "In Support Of", they seem to have no history together when Lydia and Pepper Ann walk into her store, as she introduces herself.