Stan: We've got frogs, giraffes, bow tie, potato salad... were you listening to a Raffi album before you went to bed?
Raffi Cavoukian is an Egyptian-born children's entertainer. He moved to Canada with his family in 1958 at the age of 10, and began singing for children in the 1970s.
(to Taylor, after he has negotiated Millie's income in half)
Joyce: We forgot to negotiate her travel per diems; care to take a stab at that, Mr. Trump?
Donald Trump (June 14, 1946 - ) is the CEO of Trump Enterprises and founder of Trump Entertainment Resorts. He is executive producer and host of The Apprentice. As of 2010, his net worth was estimated at $2 billion, with an annual income of $50 million.
(to the bus driver)
Millie: I'll give you a hundred bucks to stop the bus right now!
Millie shouts this from the back of the bus, then gets off the bus at the back, never passing by the driver, and never giving him the promised $100.00.
Lewis: Remember when you were removed from the coffee shop for yelling at me? Well, if you continue to ignore the rules, you'll be removed from your home. Will that be funny?
Millie was removed from the coffee shop in the opening scene of the first episode.
Millie: Ho-lee, check out the beehive on Beulah. (shouting) Say hi to the Shirelles for me!
The Shirelles were a girl group in the '60s; they formed in 1958 and their hit, "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" (1960) was the first number 1 hit by an all-girl group on the pop charts. They were popular in both North America and the U.K.