Lisa: Look at me, Dad, I'm not...beautiful...
Coach: You look just like your mother.
Lisa: And Mom was not...(long pause)...Comfortable with her beauty.
Coach: Your mother grew more beautiful every day of her life.
Roy (about Lisa): You're stylish. You're contemporary and you travel well.
Diane: You just said that about your suits.
Sam: Coach, let me talk to you here. Do you remember a double-header against Cleveland on a hot August day 1974?
Coach: Yeah, I remember part of that.
Sam: What part?
Coach: I remember hot.
Carla: Where's Lisa?
Roy: She's still upstairs settling the bill.
Coach: Are you saying you had her pay for dinner?
Roy: They wouldn't take a post dated four party check. If they're going to be hard-nosed they should put up a sign.
Coach: Sam, could you cover me for a couple of moments?
Sam: Sure Coach, where are you going?
Coach: To toss my lunch.
Diane: Excuse me I need to jump start my brain.
Norm: The man doesn't lie. This suit won't burn.
Sam: That's a drawback.
Lisa: Daddy, isn't it obvious to you?
Coach: Nothing is ever obvious to me.
Lisa: Roy, you don't get Pennsylvania and you don't get me. You just get more and more obnoxious.
Coach: The man's a pig....I just had dinner with a pig.
NBC rebroadcast this episode on March 10, 1983 and July 7, 1983.
Alternate Episode Title: Coach in a Crisis Week
This was actually the 2nd episode, but its airing was delayed. The Season One DVD restores it to its proper place.
Philip Charles MacKenzie would later direct most of Season 3 of Frasier.