Watch Out For The Juggerpoo: The Best Lines From ‘The League’

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Last night’s episode of FXX’s The League, “Flowers for Taco,” may be the first sitcom ever to both pay homage to Daniel Keyes’ Flowers for Algernon AND heavily feature poop references. The episode also featured the origins of Taco, who involuntarily gave up weed. We found out that not only is he fluent in French, but he’s like The Hardy Boys for boner mysteries (“The Hard-On Boys”). Meanwhile, Chalupa Batman — who looks much, much older than he should — said his first word: Isaiah Pead, which is pretty terrible first word, considering Pead is a mediocre running back for a dreadful St. Louis Rams team. Finally, Andre — who had managed to avoid being pooped on by a bird all of his life — was a recipient of the Juggerpoo.

Here are the best lines from the episode.

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