This one departs significantly from the "it takes a village to raise a child" theme from the 2nd season when Dharma and Greg were going to adopt a child.
Greg: All right. That's it. That's it. For two weeks now, I've been listening to you guys try to name this baby after lawn furniture and planets and colors and feelings and trees...
Dharma: Oh, yeah. Dogwood. Whatever happened to Dogwood?
Greg: Never mind Dogwood. It's not a name, and neither is Adirondack or Tetherball or 112. Look, you give a girl a freaky name, it's kinda cute...
Dharma: You think my name is freaky?
Greg: Yes, but that's not my point. If this kid walks onto a schoolyard and says, "Hi, my name is Fountainpen Pussywillow Finkelstein", he's going to get the tar kicked out of him.
Larry: You know, actually, I was thinking of naming him Harold after my father.
Abby: Yeah, well, that's very nice Larry. But you know that if we're going to name him after an ancestor, I've always liked Christian for my grandfather.
Larry: Oh, that's a good idea. Why don't you call Miami Beach and tell my mother, Esther Finkelstein that her grandson's name is Christian?!
Greg: Let's make a pact that when we have kids, we're not going to put ourselves through this.
Dharma: Absolutely. A boy will be Joe or Bill or Tom. And a girl will have a freaky name like Sunshine Spacetweezers.
Greg: See, now it's cute for a girl!
Jane: Hey, I brought your stuff.
Dharma: Oh, Jane, thank you so much. Did you bring the cappuccino?
Jane: Triple shot grande.
Dharma: Oh, sweet nectar of the gods.
Jane: They don't have coffee here?
Dharma: Chickory. And can I just tell you something? Chickory sucks. Chickory dickory sucks.
Jane: I brought you two changes of clothes, shampoo...
Dharma: My parents make their own shampoo!
Jane: Does it suck?
Dharma: I think it's made out of chickory.
Jane: You look like hell.
Dharma: That's weird, 'cause I feel like crap!
This episode's end titles has Chuck Lorre's Vanity Card #65.
The episode name is taken from the Tom Hanks/Meg Ryan movie Sleepless in Seattle.