(When Jefferson wins $100 after Al gave the answer to the sports question)
Al: That's my money.
Jefferson: I'm sorry, Al, you gotta be quicker. It's a young man's world.
(Jefferson laughs, Al temporarily laughs along)
(Al is later watching TV, Kelly comes home and finds a man-shaped hole in the door)
Kelly: Daddy, what happened to our door?
Al: A young man went through it.
(Bud comes downstairs while Al and Kelly are talking)
Bud: Hey, Dad, who was the guy who played for the Celtics they called the best sixth man in basketball?
Al: Frank Ramsey.
Bud: Thanks, Dad. (runs back upstairs)
(After Al finished his talk with Kelly, he turns the TV back on to hear the sports question)
TV Announcer: We have a winner. The answer to our quiz was Frank Ramsey. Congratulations to today's winner, Bud Bundy.
(Bud comes downstairs, Al turns the TV back off)
Al: Well, lets go out and get old Dad some glasses.
Bud: What for?
Al: So I can see the expression on your face when I'm choking you! (Starts choking Bud)
TV Announcer: And now let's have our sports quiz for the day. And the first caller with the correct answer wins $100.
Jefferson: 100 bucks? Hey, Al, you know a lot about sports. Maybe you could win the hundred and buy yourself a newer Dodge.
Al: No chance. These questions are so obscure, you have to have no life whatsoever to get the answer.
TV Announcer: Who played center field for the Chicago White Sox in the '59 World Series?
Al: Jim Landis. I know that. That's Jim Landis.
Al: I'm telling you I don't need Glasses. My vision was checked in the fourth grade and it's perfect.
Salesman: I'm Wally. Please don't want me. I'm married.
Kelly: Good, then there's hope for my brother.
Kelly: Ok, Daddy. Show him your prescription.
Salesman: (reads prescription, then waves in front of Al's face) Can you see me?
(Al tests out his new glasses)
Al: (looking at cover of "TV Guide") Ahhh, there he is bright as day - Raymond Burr.
Kelly: It's Delta Burke, Daddy.
Al: Raymond Burr, Delta Burke, city of Seattle. What's the difference?
Al: I saw those numbers just as plain as I see Bea Arthur's face on that tv
Jefferson: That's Fidel Castro...
This episode marks Amanda Bearse's first credit as a television director.
Amanda Bearse and Katey Sagal does not appear in this episode, but Peggy can be heard offscreen.