As Jamie talks about quilts telling a story, the hanger she's holding switches hands as the camera angle changes.
Paul: What is that?
Jamie: A cassoulet.
Paul: Oh, what's that?
Jamie: Same as a casserole.
Paul: So why would they call it that?
Jamie: I don't know. Should I call Paris?
Jamie: Can you imagine if someone told you the person you chose to love was a sin? I mean, besides your mother?
Paul: Hey, she's crazy about you!
Jamie: That's half true.
Jamie: Sorry about dinner.
Paul: It was an effort.
Jamie: Thank you..
Paul: I mean, to eat it, was an effort.
Jamie: I used to be out there all the time. I frizzed my hair, I wore hats, I slept with artists, (pause) once, (pause) commercial. (pause) Still!
Paul: (pause) What kind of hats?
Jamie: All kinds! Big funky hats, little funky hats, I wore hats!
Paul: I've NEVER seen you in a hat.
Jamie: Ya, I guess those days are gone!
Lisa: Who is this guy Kelly and why does he need all these girls?
Paul: (walking in) Look at this. Body parts found in Jersey! Ech!
Lisa: Wow! Wonder if it's anyone I know.
Paul's cousin Ira is mentioned for the first time.
West Side Story
Paul alludes to Leonard Bernstein's West Side Story when he compares a potential battle among the Amish to the Jets and the Sharks.