Frasier: (speaking about his dream) It's a bit hazy, but it starts out in a seedy motel room. I'm naked.
Frasier: Yes, well, I roll over and discover on my, my forearm a, a tattoo with the word 'chesty'
Frasier: Yes, and eh, and then the shower turns off. Out from the bathroom steps... a man.
(Niles looks at Frasier with a hint of intrigue on his face)
Frasier: All right, go ahead, Let me have it!
Niles: Are you saying that now, or is that a quote from the dream?
(Frasier's expression turns to one of 'I am not amused')
Frasier: You wouldn't take me to see West Side Story.
Martin: That's because it's about gangs. Gangs are scary to kids.
Frasier: Gangs that dance?
Martin: Epecially gangs that dance!
This episode features the ONLY time Frasier's apartment has been seen from an exterior view.
Rob Greenberg was nominated for a 1997 Writers Guild of America Award for this episode.
Frasier: Ah, here we go! To sleep - perchance not to dream.
Frasier is paraphrasing the famous death soliloquy from William Shakespeare's Hamlet.
The title of this episode is that of a popular song, taken from the Broadway musical and 1972 film Man of La Mancha.