As the sportscaster is interviewing Kevin McHale after his poor basketball game, while McHale is counting the bolts in the floor, McHale is wearing a green Celtics road jersey. The Celtics would wear white jerseys when playing at home.
The Celtics are said to be playing three days in a row, which would never happen in real life.
Apparently, everyone has forgotten when Kevin McHale played for the Cheers team in Cheers Fouls Out, even Kevin McHale himself!
Carla: Well if it's any consolation to you, I think that look does something for you.
Lilith: Thank you.
Carla: I didn't say what.
Carla: You guys should be ashamed of yourselves. You're like vampires. Big butted, do nothing vampires and now you're trying to make Kevin one of your recruits. It's gotta stop. I'm not gonna let you screw up his career.
Sam: I got you a very very special gift, my friend.
Norm: More special than a free beer?
Sam: Yeah, come here.
Norm: Is it a keg with a snorkel?
Sam: Hey what's going on, Normie?
Norm: It's my birthday Sammy. Give me a beer, stick a candle in it, and I'll blow out my liver.
Cliff: Yeah, I got the big one, with the tweezer/toothpick combo.
Cliff: Everyone in the Swiss Army owns one of these, that's why nobody messes with Switzerland. Yeah, I'd rather run buck naked through the neighborhood than by without this baby.
Norm: Why is that always the other option?
Lilith: Frasier, I've got to run. I'm having my photograph taken for a new ID badge at the lab.
Rebecca: Are you going to get your hair done for that?
Lilith: Why on earth should I?
Carla: Well at least get the tension on that bun checked. I mean if that baby goes, we are dead!
Lilith: That hardly seems just, coming from a woman whose hair, has never seen a greasy pot it couldn't scrub clean.
Norm's father used to love drinking beer, which gave Norm the same love. Norm said that he used to watch his father drink beers at Celtic games and couldn't wait til he could drink them.
The episode title is a play on the song "Where Have All The Flowers Gone", recorded by the Kingston Trio in 1962.