Carla: (on dancing with Nick) It was a magical moment. You know it was like I was transported back in time. I wasn't a tired old woman with six kids. I was a fresh young teenager with two kids.
Carla: Does anybody here dance? (looks around) I should've known better. The only time I've ever seen any of you dance is when the restrooms are crowded.
Nick: I'm gonna win that contest and go to Hawaii where the girls wear grass skirts. And I'm planning on bringing hedge clippers.
Nick: Hello sweetcakes. You been thinking about me?
Diane: Only during flea and tick season.
Nick: Well in my neighborhood, that's all year round.
Diane: I'm sure it is.
Woody: How's life, Mr. Peterson?
Norm: I look at it every once in a while when I'm in the john.
Woody: Ms. Chambers, can I ask you something?
Diane: Uh huh.
Woody: You're a girl, right?
Diane: Well, I'm a woman.
Woody: Well, that's good enough.
Loretta: (on sex) And I'm good, too - even though I don't like it very much.
One of Nick's original lines, when he's talking about Loretta's new singing group, was dubbed over. It's obvious that one of the words was replaced with the word "dames".
The song "Da Doo Ron Ron" is replaced by generic music in the DVD version of this episode on the fourth season set.
The episode title, "Save The Last Dance For Me", was the title of a #1 hit in 1960 for The Drifters.
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