Justice of the peace: Marriage is a sacred union not to be entered into lightly. If there's any person present who knows a reason why this couple should not be united. Speak now of forever hold your peace.
Diane: I do.
Frasier: Right phrase. Wrong wedding.
Frasier: No, we're not married and we won't be for a long time. Candi: An hour. Frasier: Yeah, we're gonna tie the knot right here today where we met just 16 hours ago. That is if it's all right with you, Sam. Sam: Yeah. Diane: 16 hours isn't much time, Frasier. Frasier: Well it depends on how you spend those 16 hours.
Cliff: (to Frasier) You're lucky, Doc. Sammy has never bothered to set me up with one of his bevy of babes. Not that I need help.
Norm: No, just mercy.
Frasier: Sam, I'm getting a little low and I'm also running out of beer.
Frasier: Sam, do you mind if I use your office for a moment?
Sam: Sure, sure. How come?
Frasier: I'm going to weep.
Lilith: I kiss only as a prelude to passion.
Lilith: That's the hospital. I'm on call. With any luck it will be one of my manic depressives and the evening will take an up turn.
Candi: What's your name?
Frasier: Oh, uh... Dr. Frasier Crane.
Candi: I'm Candi.
Frasier: Ah, yes, so I see from your necklace. Candi with an "I".
Candi: Well, I used to spell it with a "Y" but nobody ever took me seriously, so then I switched it to an "I". You know, like Gandhi.
Frasier: Yes, yes. I understand that's why he did it.
Frasier: Everyone, I'd like you to meet my date, Dr. Lilith Sternin: MD, PhD, EDD, APA.
Woody: Boy, it sure isn't spelled like it sounds.
Sam knows at least two Candies - Sam called up another girl named Candy Simpson in The Groom Wore Clearasil. (Or was it also spelled with an "i"?)
This is the only episode where both Kelsey Grammer and Bebe Neuwirth are listed as guest stars.
Jennifer Tilly would also play a love interest of Dr. Frasier Crane 18 years later in the Frasier episode "Miss Right Now".
According to Kelsey Grammer, this is his favourite Cheers episode.
This is the first appearance of Dr. Lilith Sternin, a role played by Bebe Neuwirth that was intended to be a one-time shot but gradually became an Emmy-winning recurring role.