The Flying Fickle Finger Of Fate Award went to the Klu Klux Klan for ordering Xerox to remove a copier from their headquarters because Xerox sponsored a series about black America.
After calling them a sextet at the beginning of the bit, Dan called the Holy Modal Rounders the Holy Modal Sextet. Dick then said, "That's the way the sex tets."
Jo Anne: Oh, I tried a new sport last week. I wish I could remember his name.
Dan: What are you doing Saturday night?
Dick M.: I'm still trying to find out what I did last Saturday night.
Jo Anne: Uh, why don't you ask me?
Dick M.: All right, what did I do last Saturday night?
Jo Anne: How should I know, dummy?
Alan: We had you worried there, didn't we, folks?
Judy: Chris, have you ever been picked up by the fuzz?
Chris: (rubbing his beard) No, but I'll bet it hurts.
Alan: Is Tiny Tim a boy or a girl?
Goldie: I don't think so.
Bobby: Wasn't it Raquel Welch who said, 'A place for everything and everything in its places?'
Gary: And now, here's a late word.
Jo Anne: Bobby, why are jockeys so short?
Bobby: I don't know. I guess when you wear them, it's just hard to stand straight.
Judy: I'll always call England the mother country, whether the Queen takes the pill or not.
Kirk: I'm sharing a dressing room with one of the stars. Have you ever showered with a drelb?
Jo Anne: Politics doesn't bother me. On every proposition I just vote (sung)yes!!!!
(Jo Anne flirts with Kirk, he tosses confetti)
Rosemary: Blow in his ear and he'll follow you anywhere.
Kirk: How does that grab you, dimple lovers?
Rosemary: Blow in his ear and I'll follow you anywhere.
Thie episode is paired with Episode #58 (featuring Peter Lawford) on the Sock-It-To-Me Collection volume titled 'May The Farce Be With You.'
Byron Gilliam appeared briefly in Mod Mod World.
The short bits included Dan and Dick in a foxhole, people sneaking up a staircase, Judy as a harem girl with little signs by her mouth, and the girls as fairies.