Chris Rock: (narrating) When my mother worked, she had two jobs -- her job, and complaining about her job.
Chris Rock: (narrating) I've learned that when dealing with a woman who has a problem, the last thing she wants from a man is a solution.
Chris: (narrating) The citation might not seem like a big deal, but it kept Greg from getting a job with the FBI.
Chris: (narrating) My father had evacuated to avoid Hurricane Rochelle.
Chris: (narrating) Hall monitors were the closest thing we had to the police. They couldn't arrest you, but they could write you up. And if you were black, they could shoot you.
Music from this episode:
Blondie's "Rapture" plays at the beginning of the show.
When Chris walks down the hallway, the theme from "Beverly Hills Cop", "Axel F." by Harold Faltermeyer, plays.
Chris(narrating) Join the few, the proud, the hall monitors
This is an allusion the the Marine slogan: Join the few, the proud the Marines.