Al and Peg celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary in this episode. In the first season (six years prior), they celebrated their 16th wedding anniversary.
Peg: Oh, Al. Kookie spoke to me. Let's do it on his comb.
Al: Now, wait a second, Peg. Kookie stole my copy of Big 'Uns.
Peg: Come on, now. I want my anniversary present.
Al: Oh, Peg, I can't do it without my copy of Big 'Uns.
Peg: Yes, you can.
Al: Kookie, Kookie, lend me my Big 'Uns.
Kelly: Relax, Mrs. D'Arcy. They're famous musicians. We won them in a contest.
Marcy: Musicians, eh? Well, I don't want you to think I'm un-hep. I chased The Monkees like everyone else.
Frank Bello: Yeah, I bet they were running like hell.
Marcy: I'm Marcy.
Charlie Benante: Nice to meet you, sir.
Marcy: I am a woman.
Dan Spitz: Yeah, right. And he's a rap star. (points to Bud) And she's a genius. (points to Kelly) And we're glad to be here.
Bud Bundy: Here's a little game I know that can break the ice at any party. We say our first name and then the name of an animal that begins with the same letter. I'll go first. Bud... Bear. Go on.
Dan Spitz: Dan... Bite Me.
Frank Bello: "Let's get there early," you said. "For once, let's be responsible," you said. "Their dog won't take a wiz on my guitar," you said.
Scott Ian: I'm not so sure it was the dog, Mr. Two Six-Packs of Malt Liquor.
Al: Go away.
Bud: This isn't about money.
Al: Go away anyway.
Bud: Dad, will you stop and listen to me.
Al: All right, what?
Bud: Me and Kelly want to throw a party this Saturday on the 30th. Can we? Please?
Al: Absolutely not. I have something very important planned for that day which requires total silence. I can't get too technical, but it involves your mother, our anniversary, and me making love to her 'til I shrivel up and die. Now, if you don't mind, I am going to walk blindly in traffic.
Charlie Benante: It came out of the fridge... why is it hot?