(Roz and Frasier are commiserating about the possibility of growing old alone)
Roz: ...these older ladies in my building, they all want to babysit Alice -- just for the company. I mean she's a cute baby but she ain't no Dorothy Parker.
Dorothy Parker (1893 – 1967) was an American writer and poet, best known for her caustic wit, wisecracks, and sharp eye for 20th century urban foibles.
Bonnie: Your dad is so proud of you, he talks about you all the time. Who's your friend?
Martin: Now, what's wrong with you? I told you about my other son.
Bonnie: (shaking Niles's hand) Oh, of course, what am I thinking? Nice to meet you, Eddie.
(Referring to the date between Martin and Roz's mom)
Roz: My mother was the attorney general of Wisconsin.
Frasier: I hope he remembers to curtsey before the dairy queen.
Roz: I didn't know you were any good at charades.
Frasier: I didn't know you could mime a virgin.
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: O rodičích a dětech (About Parents and Children)
Eva Marie Saint, Martin's date, is in reality 16 years John Mahoney's senior.
The title is a reference to the famous womens self-help book "Our Bodies, our selves".
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