When Hanson is shown bowling, he celebrates as if he just threw a strike, but the headpin is still standing.
Doug: What do you want me to do? Kill myself?
Jenko (as the guys come in dressed for the prom): Well, well, well. Far out. Looks like we've got a Japanese Elvis Presley, a pimp, and the butler.
Hanson: With the budget we've got, you're lucky we could afford to rent the pants.
Jenko: Maybe you should go without the pants, tell them you're a poor butler.
Hanson (after bowling a strike): Oh! Another slam-a-rino for the Kingpins! Yeah!
Girl sitting with Penhall: Your friend?
Penhall (chuckling): Yeah well, sort of I guess.
Girl: He's very good, isn't he?
Penhall: If you like guys who say "slam-a-rino", yeah.
Penhall: Hanson, Hanson, Hanson. I'm trying to save your life here, but you're going to have to give me a little help. Bowling? I once knew a kid who's father was a bowler. He ran away from home. He was three. His mother helped him!
Ioki: Listen, Penhall, maybe there's still time. You know, maybe Thomas here isn't any good.
Hanson: You want to know what my handicap is?
Penhall: Yeah, bowling!
This was Frederic Forrest's final episode. Steven Williams would join the cast in the next episode as Captain Adam Fuller.