Sam: Listen before you came to work at this bar I never thought that much about morality and integrity. You made me aware of all that stuff for the first time.
Diane: Thank you, Sam.
Sam: That's why I'm firing you. You can leave your apron right there on the counter.
Norm: Hey my face is new.
Lana: Good you still have time to return it.
Sam (to Lana about Diane): I never mix in her personal life and she mixes in mine.
Diane: I've never been a big fan of the women you date. I will say that at least they were too stupid to be harmful.
Sam: I know they'd grow on you.
Lana (about Sam): Who does he play with now?
Carla: You give broads a good name.
Diane: She'll be here. He'll be back and I'll be sick.
Diane (about Sam trying to pick up Lana): the mating ritual of the horny breasted lounge lizard.
Diane: Based on the fact that he has a long name you could all pronouce, it's my guess he's an athlete. Or will he be president in 1990?
Coach: Beer, Norm?
Norm: Nah, I'd probably just drink it.
Diane: Sam, let's talk.
Sam: There's nothing to talk about.
Diane: It's important. Come back to the office now.
Carla: Uh oh. Sammy's in trouble with Miss Chambers again.
Everyone in the bar: Sam's in trouble with Miss Chambers, Sam's in trouble with Miss Chambers....
NBC rebroadcast this episode on May 12, 1983.
This is the first episode to show Al Rosen. He is seen at a table in the back in the first scene. He is in his usual seat at the bar in the second scene. He has no dialogue in the episode.
Beginning with this episode Cheers timeslot is changed from 9:00 to 9:30 on Thursday nights.
This is the first episode where one of the cast members mention that "Cheers is filmed before a live studio audience". George Wendt was the first actor to do so.
This is the first episode to feature a celebrity playing him or herself (Luis Tiant).