King Friday: Fairchild, your neighbors are worried and angry about your behavior.
Lady Elaine: I am, too.
King Friday: What did you say?
Lady Elaine: I said I'm worried about my behavior, too.
King Friday: Well, what are you going to do about it then?
Lady Elaine: First of all, I guess I'll say I'm sorry.
King Friday: That's a fine beginning, isn't it?
Lady Aberlin: That is a fine beginning, Uncle Friday.
King Friday: Yes, but it's only the beginning.
Lady Elaine Fairchild: Grandpere, I want to tell you something. I'm sorry my mad got the worst of me. I'm really sorry.
King Friday: I need to get back to the castle. However, before I leave, I will give you one citation, Fairchild.
Lady Elaine: Okay.
King Friday: You are to help Lady Aberlin sweep up whatever mess has been incurred by your topsy-turvy behavior.
It's interesting to point out that, while the model neighborhood showed STOMP! performing on the same street that had been home to Betty Aberlin's little theater, the scene was shot at Orpheum Theatre.
This was the first time in the "current series" (1979-2001) that David Newell played Mr. McFeely in all five episodes of a single week.