When Martin calls the police station to get information of the female cop (Maureen Cutler), he ends the conversations in less than 30 seconds. He then gives Frasier a list of information on her that he could not have received in the time he was on the phone.
Frasier cannot blow out the "magic" candles on his cake, but a mere second after he gives up trying, not only are the candles out, but they are no longer on the cake.
Maureen: So, what brings you guys here? This is mostly a cop hangout.
Martin: Well, I used to be on the force.
Maureen: Wait a minute. Marty Crane? You're Martin Crane!
Martin: You're wasting your time in traffic, you're quite a detective.
Frasier: Oh well! Oh my God, fancy seeing you here!
Maureen: Hey, Frasier Crane.
Frasier: Oh, you remember me?
Maureen: Come on - sixty-two in a forty-mile zone with a half-naked girl in the backseat?
(Frasier chuckles, but Martin looks shocked)
Roz: Faster, Frasier, faster! (throws her leg across and stamps the accelerator) You can make this light!
Frasier: God, you're going to get us killed!
Roz: I can't be late for this date!
Frasier: Oh, this is ridiculous! First the dry cleaner, then the ATM, now you're making me cart you off to some restaurant!
Roz: Well, I'm sorry, I didn't plan for my car to be in the shop. But I really, really appreciate it, Frasier. (starts unbuttoning her shirt)
Frasier: Oh, a basket of fruit would suffice!
Frasier: Well, women don't really like men that are too overeager.
Daphne: Oh, nonsense. I mean, you know, it's one thing if the man's some bounder git from the docks, but it's different if the man's like you.
Maggie: Someone who's charming.
Charlotte: And handsome.
Daphne: And knows lots and lots of words.
Frasier: Well, McGinty's is on my way to the station. I suppose I could just pop my head in. (picks up his briefcase and goes to the door) Thank you, ladies, for your support - even if it was nakedly self-serving and insincere.
Episode Title: Police Story
Alludes to the 1973 television series of the same name.