- Admiring the Abomination: Once El Pintor actually manifests, everyone decides to run towards the door of the house. The only exception is Charlene, who gleefully exclaims "He's real!" before Pineapple snatches her up.
- Bedsheet Ghost: Pineapple disguises himself as one in a shoddy effort to convince Victor that the ghost he was seeking has finally materialized.
- Big "NO!": Victor shouts one after realizing that he had inadvertently gone on a date with Charlene.
- Death by Despair: El Pintor suffered one shortly after being stood up at the altar.
- Not a Date:Once Valentino reveals that Charlene's plan was to trick Victor into dating her, Victor insists that he definitely hasn't been on a date. He goes on to say that all he's been doing is picking flowers, reading poetry, holding hands and that he was about to share a Dia de Los Amantes kiss.
- Real After All: Though Charlene's plan was ultimately to trick Victor into kissing her during Dia de Los Amantes, It turns out that El Pintor is real. Granted he doesn't want to turn the children into paintings. He only desires their company.
- Romantic Wingman: Pineapple helps orchestrate Charlene's scheme.
- Runaway Bride: El Pintor's Amante was this.
- Title Drop: As the episode concludes, Charlene happily declares that they'll call themselves The Lonely Haunts Club.
Recap / Victor And Valentino S 1 E 9 The Lonely Haunts Club