In this episode Wilson not only gets a first name (Adam), he also changes jobs. Once the Assitant Foreign Editor, he is now the Financial Editor.
Mrs. Pynchon: (On the idea of diversifying into the fast food business) I will not have us known as The Los Angeles Tribune and Enchilada Company!
Lou: What do you think?
Art: Do I look younger than my age? That's cause I don't think, ... I think.
Lou: It really is a swell place to work. Friendly. Take Mrs. Pynchon. Busy woman, publisher. But she still calls the lobby guard by his first name. True, it is the wrong first name, but stil ...
Norman McAllister: On Wall Street loyalty is a quarter of a point.
Mrs. Pynchon regrets that her sister never met Margaret Sanger before she had children, Mrs. Pynchon's odious nephews. Margaret Sanger (1879-1966) was an early birth control activist.