Carol: Uh-uh. It is a total myth that it's the bride that wants the splashy wedding.
Jenn: I know. How big is the church?
Carol: Well, it's too small for the 3,000 people on the groom's side, and too big for the 12 people on mine. He invited everyone he ever met.
Jenn: So did Mark. What a nightmare. His relatives at every motel for 20 miles.
Carol: How'd you get through it?
Mark: Hi. What's going on?
Carol: Pre-marital advice.
Mark: Oh, is she telling you about how I wanted to elope but she insisted on Notre Dame?
Carol: Yeah, right.
Chloe: I think it's time for the baby.
Susan: (eyes closed, resting) You sure?
Susan: You're having contractions?
Chloe: Uh-huh, every couple of minutes.
Susan: (jerks awake) What??!!
Susan: Never thought I'd deliver my own niece.
Carol: On Mother's Day no less.
Susan: Where're you going on your honeymoon?
Carol: Tag's going to Paris. I'm going to Hawaii.
Susan: Can I go with you?
Carol: Sure. You can leave Chloe and the baby with his 15 cousins.
Susan: Good. Thanks.
Carol: I might stay.
Susan: In Hawaii?
Susan: Okay. I can do that. Do you think Tag will mind?
Carol: He'll get over it. You don't think Chloe will mind?
Susan: I don't think Chloe will notice.
Carol: You think anyone noticed we're gone?
Susan: Probably. You think we should head back?
(Susan's beeper goes off)
Ross: Rolando, there is a horse in my parking space.
Rolando: Why are you riding a horse?
Ross: It's not mine, Rolando.
Rolando: Oh. Would I call security about that?
Ross: I wouldn't know. That's why they pay you the big bucks.
Susan: Are you and Tag going to try for kids soon?
Carol: If we're still speaking after the wedding. Fifteen of his relatives arrived yesterday; thought they'd come a week early, help us do a few things around the house.
Susan: Sounds scary.
Carol: When I left this morning they were planning on painting a bathroom.
In this episode, Beah Richards, who makes her final appearance as Peter Benton's mother, is incorrectly credited as Beah Richardson.
Laura Cerón makes her first appearance as Nurse Chuny Marquez in this episode. She would go on to be a mainstay of the recurring supporting cast for fourteen more seasons, until the series ended in 2009.
Several of the guest stars worked with director Quentin Tarantino in other productions: Kathy Griffin appears in the Tarantino-co-directed film Four Rooms (1995); Brenda Hillhouse appears in Tarantino's Pulp Fiction (1994) and also in From Dusk Till Dawn (1996), a film written by Tarantino and starring George Clooney; and Angela Jones appears in Pulp Fiction as well as later in the Tarantino-produced movie Curdled (1996).
Music: "Blackbird," The Beatles (sung by Chloe and Susan)
Director Quentin Tarantino incorporated several of his movie trademarks into this episode; cultural references are made, such as the Yosemite Sam T-shirt Susan is wearing and the singing of The Beatles song "Blackbird" during Susie's birth; and Carol and Susan are shown barefoot in the scene where they are sitting on the roof. In addition, the scene that shows the woman whose ear was bitten off by another woman echoes a scene from Tarantino's 1992 film Reservoir Dogs, in which a cop gets his ear cut off.