Sam: Look, I know you're going through a hard time here, but there comes a point when you have to face reality.
Rebecca: I do not have to listen to you!
(She splashes a drink at Sam.)
Sam: Would you cut that out?
Rebecca: What are you gonna do, fire me? No, wait, I've got a better idea. Tell me you love me, ask me to marry you, skip the country, and then then fire me!
Sam: Hey, stop it! I am not Robin, I'm not doing those things to you! You know something, I am sick of getting kicked in the teeth because someone else dumped you!
Rebecca: Well, I am sick of getting dumped!
Sam: I'm sick of you getting dumped! You know something, you know what I'm really sick of?
Rebecca: Your own face!
Sam: No! I'm sick of you getting angry at me when all I'm trying to do is help you.
Rebecca: You can't help me. I'm beyond help. You can't help someone who's done everything wrong since the day she was born.
Sam: Oh, stop it, will you?
Rebecca: What have I done right?
Sam: Well, you got excellent taste in clothes.
Rebecca: What, this old thing? But everything else. I've been wrong about men, I've been wrong about my career. If I had done everything the opposite of the way I did it, I probably would've had a very happy life.
(Sam and Rebecca kiss)
Sam: This is wrong.
Rebecca: Wrong is what I do best.
Sam: Why are you attacking all the men?
Rebecca: Because they are evil slime.
Rebecca: Woody, I'm gonna need some more drinks.
Woody: What kind?
Rebecca: Doesn't make any difference.
Rebecca: Are you a man?
(Rebecca throws a drink in his face.)
Frasier: Warmest congratulations, Sam. You know it's always heartening to see a man realize his dream. especially poignant when he realizes such a pathetic dream.
Sam: Thanks man.
Frasier: I only joke with you Sam because I love you.
Sam: I didn't know you were joking.
Frasier: I didn't know I loved you. (Starts crying)
Carla: I know how we should celebrate. Why don't you just take me right on top of the bar like you did in the old days?
Sam: I never did that.
Carla: Then who was that guy? Oh that was the manager of the bar where I worked before this. Hey can anyone give me a ride to The Broken Spoke?
Cliff: Just when it looks like things are going to work out for [Rebecca], she's finally going to achieve her life's dream when her heart gets broken and her whole life is shattered yet again.
Norm: Yup, you can just about set your watch by it.
Rebecca: I'm gonna go freshen up. When I cry like this I get all red and swollen and puffy and raw.
Carla: And that's just your ankles.
Rebecca: I love [Robin] and I'm just about ready to lose him. Have you ever thought what it would be like to be without Vera for 20 years?
Norm: Oh my God.
Rebecca: See you'd miss Vera.
Norm: I thought you said beer.
Norm: Hey Wood, did you see the paper?
Woody: I don't read the paper anymore. It's too depressing.
Frasier: Many people feel that way, Woody.
Woody: Yeah. I mean, Lucy is always pulling the football away from Charlie Brown. The Lockhorns are always fighting. Henry still doesn't have a mouth.
This episode was filmed on April 5, 1990.
And Sam finally puts back the picture he had when he own the bar in the beginning.
As a reward for helping with Robin's arrest, Sam is offered the bar back for $1.00. He ends up buying back the bar for 85 cents.
In this episode, Sam erases Norm's bar tab. Later in the episode "Smotherly Love," Sam says that his tab dates back to the first time he walked into the bar.
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