Mordecai volunteers to drive Margaret to the airport, and gets hounded by by a gang of The Warriors-style street thugs who hate cell phones.
- Berserk Button: The Wickets really don't like cell phones.
- Big Damn Kiss: Between Mordecai and Margaret.
- Bittersweet Ending: Mordecai cheers after Margaret kissed him goodbye, but his victory is interrupted by the sight of Benson's car being towed.
- Call-Back: Margaret makes sure that Mordecai offering her a ride isn't some kind of dare or won't devolve into craziness before taking him up on it.
- Don't Answer That: When Margaret is suspicious of Mordecai for doing her this favor because of a bet like last time. Mordecai asks when has he ever done that. He then immediately tells Rigby, whos behind him about to answer, to be quiet without looking at him.
- First Kiss: For Mordecai.
- Karmic Death: The Wickets meet their end by crashing into a Billboard that advertises cell phones.
- Shout-Out: The Wickets are a combination of something resembling a gang from The Warriors combined with the droogs from A Clockwork Orange.
- What the Hell, Hero?: Margaret is none too happy that something insane happened, even if it wasn't Mordecai's fault. She forgives him after he still gets her to the airport on time.