(The doorbell rings, Avery starts crying)
Murphy: Oh no, no no no, it's okay. That-that wasn't the doorbell, that was just an angel, singing a little ding-dong song. (The doorbell rings again and Murphy looks angrily towards the door) And now, mommy is going to kill that angel!
Frank: Where's the baby?
Corky: Oh, my god, Murphy, you didn't leave him on the hood of your car as you always do with your coffee mug, did you?
Murphy: I had to hire a lactating nurse to show me how to breastfeed. Can you believe it? I finally have a chest and the only man in my life doesn't know what to do with it.
On the season 1 DVD retrospective, Joe Regalbuto mentions the controversy.
Joe: We were put in a situation that was a political situation and all we were was a comedy show, that dealt with the issues that people in our arena would deal with.
Starting in the fall of 1992, Director Barnett Kellman leaves the show to direct Mad About You, which had just started on NBC.
Originally broadcast with #103 as a 60 minute season premiere episode.
This episode deals with actual events. In 1992, Dan Quayle singled out the show in a speech about family values, following the season 4 finale when Murphy gives birth and decides to raise the baby on her own.