Kathy: If you don't already have a gay visionary, I highly recommend picking one up.
Kathy: I hear that San Francisco is really starting to catch on with the gays.
Kathy: (About a fan) Every so often, you get yourself a bad gay. I'm sorry. They can't all be Clay Aiken.
(Kathy talks to John Melendez about not wanting children)
John: Kids are fun! What are you, Satan?
Kathy: We're Satan-like.
Kathy: (About performing for kids) It's awful. I have nothing to say to them.
Kathy: My crazy dog trainer, Renate, wants me to scare my dog, Pom Pom, by standing in a rat suit in the yard and firing guns in the air. I wish I was making this up.
Kathy: Every so often, I want to talk to someone with a vagina.
Just before this episode aired, it was revealed that the series had been nominated for an Emmy Award as "Outstanding Reality Program" for its first season.
In this episode, Kathy makes reference about trusting her husband, Matt, as her accountant. This is ironic since a few months after this episode was taped Kathy filed for divorce from Matt because he stole $72,000 from her.
John Hinckley, Jr.
Kathy mentions that one of the attendees to her learning annex appearance stared at her "with the intensity of a John Hinckley, Jr." This is the man that attempted to assassinate President Reagan in 1981 in order to impress actress Jodie Foster.