Diane: In that case may I suggest you propose again. I assure you this time I will accept your proposal.
Sam: Fine. I propose you step in front of a speeding bus. From now on I'm dedicating myself to life, liberty, and the pursuit of every woman in Boston except you.
Diane: Oh, Frasier, please tell me where Sam is. I have to talk with him.
Frasier: Diane, in light of your disposal of him last night I think it's better he be left alone right now.
Diane: That poor man. Can you imagine how he must feel?
Frasier: Gee, I'll try.
Sam: I'm fine everybody. I just don't want to talk about that's all. (Whispers to Frasier) Can I talk to you just for a minute?
(Diane says no to Sam's proposal.)
Sam: Seems to me you have two choices. One--I can throw you in, or two--you can jump in.
Norm: Woody, are you in pain, buddy?
Woody: No, I was just thinkin'.
Norm: Yeah, well, the first time's always the worst.
Cliff: Boy oh boy, I wouldn't mind being a barnacle on the rudder of Sam's sailboat. If you know what I mean?
Carla: I'm sure you're be better lookin' but would you be happier?
Woody: Hi, Mr. Peterson. What's the story?
Norm: Boy meets beer. Boy drinks beer. Boy gets another beer.
The episode won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special.
From now on Kelsey Grammer (Frasier) is a regular cast member, and his name appears at the start of the show during the main credits.