Joey: All right, let's work on some state capitals. What is the capital of California? Anybody? (the kids don't answer) Okay, I'll give you a hint. It starts with Sac and ends with Ramento!
Danny: Maybe I oughta spruce up the answering machine message. How about some raegae? "Oh my telephone be ringing, man. Leave a message at the beep, man!"
Stephanie: Dad, if that's gonna be on our answering machine, I'd be moving, man!
Danny: What happened? Did the big kids take your lunch money?
Joey: Well yeah, but I'm over that. (Michelle walks in) I've gotta be the worst substitute teacher.
Danny: Oh, come on. I'm sure you're not the worst.
Michelle:(bitterly) Do I get a vote?
Danny: Michelle, that's not very nice.
Michelle: He sent me to the principal's office!
Danny: Joey, that's not very nice.
Joey: Danny, the whole class was out of control, so I told them the next person who talked would be sent straight to the principal's office. That next person happened to be Michelle.
Danny: Michelle, is that true?
Michelle: Well, part of it.
Danny: Which part?
Michelle: The part Joey said.
Danny: Well, in that case, then I think Joey handled things the right way, and you ought to go to your room and think about it for a while.
Michelle: Boy, you give a guy a grade book with the answers in the back, and he forgets who his friends are.
Stephanie: How do you divide ten hot looking guys by three girls?
Kimmy: Easy. Five for me, five for DJ, and zipola for Little Miss Get Real!
The episode title could also be taken from a song titled "To Sir with love"
The title of this episode could be a reference to the 1967 movie To Sir, With Love.
The title of this episode may refer to the classic 1963 Ian Fleming movie "From Russia With Love."