Has there ever been a radio station that dumps their format and on-air talent, then rehires virtually everybody that was sacked a few months later? It doesn't sound right.
Roz: I'm not sure I feel comfortable taking money from you.
Frasier: Try putting your hair in a bun. That used to help Lilith.
Bulldog: This stinks! This is total BS!
Frasier: Oh, what are you upset about, Bulldog? You've got a job.
Bulldog: Not anymore. I got canned last Friday for somethin' I said on the air. I was talking to this golfer chick who said she wanted to enter the Women's Open. Like I'm supposed to leave that alone.
(He grabs the magazine and stomps out)
The title for the third scene of this episode is "A Moveable Face", an allusion to the Hemingway book, "A Moveable Feast": memoirs of his early days in Paris, published posthumously.
When the gang returns to KACL, Bulldog says, "It's like we're soldiers coming back from the war" and promptly grabs a passing blonde woman, bends her over backwards and kisses her. This is clearly an allusion to the famous 1945 Life magazine photograph of a returning sailor kissing his fiancé in Times Square.
The second scene of this episode is titled "SPA VS. SPA", an allusion to Mad Magazine's "Spy vs. Spy".