Sam: Woody, this is crazy. You've been out with Mary every night this week. You can't spend your life dressed up like Mark Twain.
Woody: Why not? He did.
Frasier: We had oodles of fun and we lost a combined 11 pounds to boot.
Cliff: You lost weight on a cruise? I thought there were wall to wall meals?
Lilith: They're also wall to wall waves.
Mary: I'm blind as a bat without glasses.
Woody: I've never seen a bat with glasses.
Rebecca: Sam, run upstairs and get me some change.
Sam: Aw come on. That's a junior bartender's job.
Rebecca: You are the junior bartender.
Carla: Woody, you have been coming in here dressed in that ridiculous getup for three weeks now. When are you going to stop this nonsense.
Woody: Carla, as an understudy I have to be dressed and ready to go on at a moments notice. Putting on makeup like this can take hours but I wouldn't expect you to understand.
Carla: Why? Cause I'm not in the theater?
Woody: No, because you don't wear makeup.
Sam: How did the audition go?
Woody: Great. I said my lines faster than anyone else.
Lilith: Lord, if I hear one more yuppie snivel about his inability to love, I'll smack him.
Frasier: Lilith, we promised, no beepers.
Lilith: I won't give it up without a fight. You'll have to perfrom a strip search.
Frasier: (excited) The vacation has begun!
Carla's reaction to Woody entering, dressed as Mark Twain.
Carla: Hey everybody! Look who's here! It's that famous actor, Robert De Zero.
This is the first time that Woody mentions his dream of being an actor.
Frasier and Lilith are going on vacation this episode. Frasier suggests going to St. Thomas, Kelsey Grammer's birthplace.
Mary mentions Mark Twain's book, Jumping Frog of Calaveras County. The book was published in 1965.
Title of Episode: "Pudd'nhead Boyd"
This title comes from a book by Mark Twain called "Pudd'nhead Wilson". Of course Wilson was changed to Boyd because Woody's last name is Boyd.