Steve: So, what's new with you guys?
Peggy: Well, we were just trying to figure out a hobby for Bud. You know, to keep him out of trouble. Something he could do with Al.
Steve: Well, you guys could come over together in the morning and steal my paper.
Al: Ah no, my mornings are for me.
Peggy: How about flying? Or Polo?
Al: Yeah, how about collecting original Picassos? Hell, I make minimum wage.
Peggy: I never understood the fascination with Barbie. But I sure could strip Ken with my teeth.
Marcy: (disgusted) Yes, i'm sure.
Peggy: Look at them over there. Men are such idiots. And I married their king.
Al: Greatest hobby in the world and women just don't get it.
Peg: No, what I just don't get is sex.
Al: That'll be Bud's new hobby.
Al: No! Baseball cards.
Peg: I think I know what the problem with him is. He just has too much free time on his hands. Now what are we going to do about that?
Al: Well, we could get him a wife?
Bud: So, how'd I do?
Peggy: Like your father in life, you failed.
Bud: What's the matter, Kel? The contractions five minutes apart?
Kelly: What's the matter, Bud? Puberty five years away?
Peggy: Men's idea of intellectually stimulating is comparing todays Elmer Fudd with the original fatter Fudd.
Marcy: Steve, find them! Find them and kill them! No, don't kill them. Bring them to me. I'll kill them. But not at first. First I'll take a hammer, and smash their toes, little to big. Then, if it was a man, and I know it was a man, I'll turn the hammer around!
The song that plays while Al and Steve comb the streets looking for the barbie doll is "You Belong to the City."
The episode title is an allusion to the musical, Guys and Dolls, which originally opened in 1950 and was made into a feature film of the same name in 1955.