Lucy: Listen, thanks to me you got to do something that very few Americans get to do. You got to see the inside of a French jail.
Ethel: Thanks to you we almost spent the rest of our lives on Devil's Island.
Lucy: Nobody speaks English. They're all foreigners.
Lucy: (to snail) I think an American cousin of yours ate my geranium plant.
Lucy: Waiter, this food has snails in it.
Fred: A day off in Paris, hot ziggity!
Ethel: You are coming on a sightseeing tour with Lucy and me.
Fred: Cold ziggity!
Lucy: Since when is it a crime to put ketchup on snails?
Ricky: Honey, you can't go running around Paris all by yourself.
Lucy: Why not?
Ricky: What about your French?
Lucy: What about my French?!
Ricky: Well, Paris is a big city, and not knowing the language, you're liable to get in a lot of trouble.
Lucy: Well, when you first came to the U.S., you didn't get into a lot of trouble because you didn't know the language, did you?
Ricky: I'm married, aren't I? She told me that "I Do" meant "Pleased to meet you," and then she introduced me to the preacher.
Lucy: Oh Ricky! I am so glad to hear someone speaking english. Even you!
Following this episode, Lucy and Desi did a PSA for "Heart Month".
Writers Bob Carroll Jr. and Madelyn Pugh are sitting at the cafe. Lucy toasts Carroll with a glass of wine but Pugh was frequently out of the film frame.
When aired on the cable channel TV Land, the line "Nobody speaks English.They are all foreigners" was cut.
Shep Menken (Painter), Larry Dobkin (Counterfeiter), and Maurice Marsac (Waiter) have all appeared on I Love Lucy before this episode.