Martin: (Exit line to Frasier and Niles at the wine club) Now, if you don't mind, I've got a big plate of Gewurzplatzchen waiting for me at home with my name on it.
Gewurzplatzchen are German spice cookies.
Frasier: Listen, my father's been letting his exercises slide a bit.
Frederika: Oh well, that's human nature, Dr. Crane. People neglect their exercising for many reasons – holidays, travel, illness, lack of time, death... and there's only one of those excuses that I accept: it's holidays! (laughs) Oh, it's just your leg I'm pulling!
Roz: (referring to Gil's very "gay" producer) Hey, Gil. What is the deal with Lance?
Gil: Oooh! Smitten already, are we Roz? Well, he's certainly catnip to the ladies.
Roz: Nooo. That wasn't... Really?
Gil: (Checking to see that Lance isn't listening) Well, that's what he claims. Of course I've never actually seen him with a woman. Just between us, I've always felt he went the other way.
Roz: (After a confused pause) Which way would that be?
Writer David Lloyd received the 2001 Laurel Award for Television from the Writers Guild of America.
A lifetime achievement award, it honored his many contributions to Frasier, Cheers, Taxi, Mary Tyler Moore and other shows. This episode was the final script David Lloyd wrote for Frasier.
Jane Leeves does not appear in this episode.
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