In TV Guide's acutual listing, it says "Adam Goes Out On A Date". Rumor has it that he actually went over to his friend's house.
Adam: I learned my lesson, I'll never take the easy way out again, from now on I wanna be like you and do everything the hard way.
Adam: Buddy, this is Mrs. Smith?
Buddy: I don't have time to meet anyone now Adam.
Adam: Mrs. Smith is Hillary's mother?
Buddy: And what a lovely mother she is?
Charles: I want you to do me a big favor okay? I want you to call your mommy?
Hillary: Okay? Mommy?
Charles: Listen, Hillary, I have to find somebody to take care of you so I can go get ready for the prom, now let's see who do I call?
Walter: Charles, my grandson is turning into a Lembeck?
Jamie: I have a date with the most popular guy in school and not a thing to wear.
Adam: Look at the bright side Jamie, if you don't wear a thing he'll probably want a second date.
Walter: Oh, Lembeck are you still here?
Buddy: I was just leaving Mr. Powell, May I make you happy before I go?
Walter: No, my happines will come after you go.
Adam: I have a date with Sherri Carter tonight, and I really rather go out Rachel Lewis, so what do I do?
Charles: Oh, this is good he's asking Buddy for romantic advice
Sandra Kerns(Ellen)did not appear in this episode.
The title of this episode alludes to the "Baby Boomers" born in the late 1940s and early 1950s.