Kale: Did our family just get drop-kicked by karma?
Malachi: O.K. Look. We're finished. That's a no-brainer. But I want you to know I'm making a clean exit. I refuse to stoop to your level on this. But if I were you, I'd watch out for some karmic return. And when that happens, I hope you think it was worth it.
Kale: He probably didn't mean that the way it sounded.
Ross: Yeah, not in that thinly veiled...
Mary-E: ... I'm gonna get you sucka...
Ross: ... threatening sort of way.
(Mary-E reading the zine about Malachi)
Mary-E: I don't know. Malachi wasn't a total orgre. Just... seriously flawed.
Ross: Well, on page seven he's something of an ass. But by page twelve I was liking him again, you know?
In 2003, "The Writers Guild of Canada" awarded the Top Ten Award (now known as the Canadian Screenwriting Award) to Suzanne Bolch & John May for this episode.
Artist: Katey Morley
Song: "Five Years Later"