Archie: Swinging! Is that what you call it?
Curtis: Yeah, what do you call it?
Edith: (looking at the gift from the swingers) Oh, look, Archie! Chanel No.5. That's their highest number!
Archie: (to Edith) Don't you read NO MORE MAGAZINES.
Archie: Edith, you better watch out for the Dingbat catcher, 'cause one of these days, he's gonna throw a net over you.
This episode was videotaped on August 25, 1972.
Rue McClanahan also became a regular as Vivian on another Norman Lear sitcom, Maude. By today's standards, she probably is best known as Blanche Devereaux on The Golden Girls.
Vincent Gardenia played the part of a wife swapper in this episode. He later would play the recurring character, Frank Lorenzo.
This episode won the 1973 Emmy for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series.
Curtis: That Jackie Gleason, he knows more about love than anybody! Curtis is alluding to the comedian, actor, composer, and conductor, Jackie Gleason, who was most famous for being a smart aleck comic and who was married three times.