In the second season episode "The Man who Lost", and just two episodes prior to this one, in "Shot by Request" it is noted that Paladin no longer does much reading (except for newspapers), but here they show him reading a book over his meal.
For a change of pace, the outside shot of the hotel is shown from a different perspective; from the oceanfront facing in, rather than the opposite. It's discovered that one of the buildings facing the hotel is labeled "Exchange Francisco."
Workman: Hey, you tryin' to make a fool of me in front of my partner here?
Etienne: I have no desire to improve upon what Nature has already accomplished.
Paladin: You like to stop a while?
Claire: No, go faster. The sooner that fool piece of glass gets broken, the better chance I'll have of getting home in one piece.
Paladin: You sound like a jealous wife.
Claire: Listen, I'd rather he did chase another woman; I'd know how to handle that.
Claire: You ever see such a derned fool in your life?
Paladin: Many times. I hate to think what the world would look like without them.
Richard Boone studied modern dance, which adds to the fun of this humerous skit that calls for him to mime moving a large sheet of glass to keep the actual glass from being shot.