Lois sings as part of her cover, the first time she demonstrates her abilty in this discipline on the show. She will later sing in the third season episode "Double Jeopardy".
Lois: (as Clark carries her out of the club) Don't even think about it!
Clark: (smiling as he opens the dumpster) It's for your own good, believe me.
Lois: No! Nooooooo!
(Throws her in the dumpster)
Clark: And stay out!
Lois: You rotten back-stabbing piece of slime! You know some people might be fooled by that innocent boyish exterior but not me, not anymore.
Clark: Tea, Lois? It's a calming, herbal blend.
Jimmy: (seeing Lois in her Metro's waitress uniform) Naughty but professional. I like it!
Clark: How'd you get so close to this guy, anyway?
Lois: He's a man, I'm a woman. Want me to draw you a diagram?
Clark: Please, talk some sense into her, would you?
Perry: You ever try to milk a steer?
Perry: (To Clark) If you went up there to those windows and told me you could fly, I'd back you up. I'd miss you, but I'd back you up.
Jessica Tuck (Toni) and Audrey Landers (Toots) appeared together on the soap One Life To Live as rivals for the love of Jake, but it was Audrey, playing the role of Charlotte Hesser, who was a Mafia princess.
Tracy Scroggins, Eddie Jones and K Callan do not appear in this episode.
Alexander Enberg, who plays the leader of the Toasters, is perhaps best known for his recurring role of the Vulcan Ensign Vorik on Star Trek Voyager.
Lois: (as Clark throws her out of the Metro Club) Benedict Arnold is more like it!
Bendict Arnold is the most famous American traitor. He fought as one of the Colonies' best generals under Washington, but when he didn't get his due credit for his success at the Battle of Saratoga, he offered to sell the British information and his services.