Debbie Dunning plays the character Kiki in this episode but later becomes the well-known Tool Time Girl Heidi.
In the restaurant scene, when the camera follows Tim as he walks past the table with his head down, you can see a mic at the top of the screen as the camera zooms in.
Tim: (about Barbara) I wasn't looking at her, I was looking past her.
Karen: Yeah, right into her water bed.
Tim: What I did was just downright rude. It would be like burping in public.
Jill: Well, you do that all the time.
Tim: But not with other women!
Tim: You had a bad day, we all have bad days.
Randy: There's a rumor going around that they're gonna make me a cheerleader.
Tim: Oh, no. Well, if that happens, make sure you get on the top of the pyramid. You don't wanna be on the bottom of that thing.
(Tim gets caught looking at Barbara on Tool Time)
Tim: That shot wasn't supposed to be on me, it was supposed to be on Al.
Karen: Oh, so you only gawk at other women when Jill's not around?
Tim: Yes. No!
Wilson: I want to take a vacation so I'm mentally projecting myself into a place I'd like to be.
Wilson: No no no no, Tahiti. Hawaii's too crowded.
Jill: Then why were you looking at other women tonight?
Tim: Why was I looking at other women tonight?
Jill: Are you stalling?
Tim: Am I STALLING?
Jill: He went into shock after staring at Bambi the land nymph.
Tim: It was Kiki the land nymph!
Jill (to Tim): I'll bet you can't make it through our dinner tonight without checking out the babes.
Karen: He'll be lucky to get past, "Taylor, table for two!"
Debbie Dunning's first appearance on the show, but not as Heidi the Tool Girl.
Tim (about a faucet): Do you suppose if an ancient Egyptian king owned this, they would call it a "pharaoh faucet"?
This is a play on the name of actress Farrah Fawcett who starred in "Charlie's Angels." Her blonde winged hairstyle was widely imitated. Tim also says the faucet would be married to, "Ryan O'Nile," a reference to Farrah's marriage to actor Ryan O'Neal.