Sam prepares a chart on the bust size of previous Boston Barmaid Winners, showing a significant drop for the year of Diane Chambers' victory. However, his chart contains an error - the chart indicates that Diane won the contest in 1984. In fact, Diane won the contest in 1983.
(Carla rubbed Cliff's feet)
Sam: Carla, cut it out. You've been washing your hands in kerosene for half an hour. They're clean.
Carla: No, not yet Sam. Get me a match.
Cliff: Well that Paul, is the history of Western Civilization in a nutshell. You were right to come to me.
Paul: I didn't come to you, Cliff. I was waiting to use the phone.
Carla: They picked Clavin to be a judge. What could they have been thinking?
Sam: They probably want someone with a lot of bar experience and he has been hanging around here a lot.
Carla: Yeah well so has Norm. Why didn't they pick you, Norm?
Norm: Maybe they did. I haven't opened my mail in awhile. Once my unemployment ran out all the incentive was gone.
Norm: I have a new industrial paint sprayer. It gets the job done in a couple of hours.
Cliff: Very clever.
Norm: It was invented by the Japanese so they could paint more efficiently, more quickly.
Frasier: Whereas you will use it to drink more beers, watch more TV, and put off everything until the very last minute.
Norm: Right. You see they're way ahead of us in technology but they don't have our creativity.
Rebecca: I couldn't help but notice for the past couple of days you've just been sitting around here doing nothing.
Norm: Hi, I'm Norm Peterson. Obviously we haven't met.
Woody: Carla, are you going to try out for this contest?
Carla: I don't think so.
Woody: Well you heard Sam, it's not about looks this year.
Frasier: How would you like to be judged solely on the basis of your looks and your body alone?
Sam: I'd love it. I'd win.
Frasier: Good morning, Sam.
Sam: Yeah, what's good about it?
Frasier: Well you have your health, a good business, and friends who put up with your violent mood swings.
Norm: Here's the deal. I'll paint the whole office including woodwork and it will run you 400.
Rebecca: 400 bucks sounds reasonable.
Norm: Oh no, that's 400 beers. The B with the slanty line through it, it's kind of my own special currency.
Rebecca: It's a deal.
Cliff: I got Carla to massage my feet! I'm gonna have it etched on my tombstone.
Norm: You can start working on it right about now.
The Boston Barmaid Contest was last seen in season one episode No Contest.
Sam mentions Diane. However, not flattering as he makes a joke about her bust size or lack of to be precise.