Marie comes over with a cake shaped like a cross. In almost all the scenes where the family is sitting at the table different pieces of cake are missing. In some of the camera angles there are no pieces of cake cut from the bottom yet when the cake is seen from other angles there are.
Ally: (about the gift that her aunt gave her) A necklace!
Debra: Oooh, very pretty! What are these, rosary beads?
Ray: Hey, look at this, prayer cards. Hey, it's a St. Jude rookie card!
Ray: You should have watched the movie with us.
Debra: Oh, I've seen it a million times.
Ray: You know, it's almost as if the hills really are alive.
Jennifer: Hey, Debra, do you have an alarm clock? I want to make sure I'm up for the 6:30 Mass in the morning.
Ray: 6:30? Is God even up then?
Ray: You know, while your sister's here, we should all try to be a little more, you know, holy.
Debra: Great. How about we start with you going to Mass every Sunday?
Ray: Let's not go overboard.
Debra: I want to be alone.
Jennifer: Hey, I'm willing to hold up my vows for a minute. You want a piece of me?
Debra: That's not what's bothering me. What's bothering me is that...you weren't around. And I was okay, because I thought that you would...you know. So I've been waiting, and now you're leaving for good. I want a sister! Not a sister sister, but a sister!
Frank: So, uh, Sister Jennifer, uh, may I ask you a question that's been on my mind for quite some time?
Jennifer: Sure, Frank.
Frank: It's a rare opportunity for me to talk to someone of your vocation, which leads me to my question. What do you gals wear under there?
Jennifer: I know you can't believe it, but I happen to be serious about this.
Jennifer: What? Why am I becoming a nun?
Debra: Yeah, why don't you tell me?
Jennifer: Because I want to be better than you!
Jennifer: (smiles) Yeah, that's why we all become nuns.
In real life, one of Patricia Heaton's sisters is a Catholic nun.
Aired with original closing credits when first broadcast.
Ray comments, "It's almost as if the hills really are alive," playing on a line from the film, The Sound of Music.