Goof: In this episode, Peg says that she and Al celebrated their 13th wedding anniversary in the spring of 1979, which means they would have been married in 1966, the year they graduated high school. However, in season 1 (1987), Al and Peggy celebrated their 16th anniversary, which means they would have been married in 1971. And in season 6 (1992), they celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary, which means they would have been married in 1972.
Peg says "Kids, don't you think that Daddy should wear his wedding ring when he's dead?" However, Al never wears a wedding ring in any episode.
Funeral Director: Let's talk coffins, shall we? Ah, this one just screams you, young fellow. This is our Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Coffin. I understand Michael Jackson got one for Macaulay. Shh! It's a surprise.
Kelly: Oh, my brother doesn't need a coffin. You can just put him into a Trix box.
Bud: She only says that 'cause I do it like a bunny.
Funeral Director: Say, you kids dying? (laughs)
Kelly: No, virgins are just pale.
Bud: Thus, the healthy hue on her face.
Funeral Director: I must say, you two are planning your funeral a bit early. You must have some terminal disease.
Al: Yes, uh... marriage.
Funeral Director: Ah, yes. We get quite a few of those. Most people feel that marriage eases the transition to death.
Peg: You know, you male corpses are all alike. Never a thought for the woman who spent her life getting you into that grave.You have no idea what it's like out there. A dead woman alone. No man is interested in a dead woman. And if he is, he wants a dead young woman. Boy, my life is over. I'm going to be a dead woman with children. Oh, my God. Who will want to marry a dead woman with children?
Al: Maybe Mickey Rooney.
Peg: By the time I'm dead, I'll be lucky if it's Andy Rooney.
Marcy: We were just wondering? Do you know where Seven is?
Marcy: Well, let me put your mind at rest. He's been living with us for the last three days. He walked in and wouldn't leave.
Jefferson: He's improving slowly. He still can't read, write or use a knife and fork. But he has learned how to chant, "Kill the Bundys!" with the other neighbors.
(Marcy and Jefferson laugh)
Marcy: If you don't mind, we were thinking of re-naming him Henry after my father?
Al: Well, what do we care. Do what you want.
Marcy: What we want is for you to come and get him. He's irritating. He calls us "Dad" (points to Jefferson)
Peg: Kids, don't you think that Daddy should wear his wedding ring when he's dead?
Al: I married you 'til death do us part. Which means when I'm dead, I'm free to date.
Peg: This is it? This is your final resting place? Well, there's no spot for me!
Al: That's why it's called a resting place.
The episode title is a reference to the 1949 play "Death of a Salesman" by Arthur Miller.
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