The Flying Fickle Finger Of Fate went to the voters of Youngstown, Ohio for failing to vote in a school-tax increase for the sixth time in two years, despite the city not having enough money to keep schools open between Thanksgiving and New Year's and having antiquated textbooks.
Dave: I got my wife a new beauty soap that makes rough, wrinkled skin disappear...and now I can't find her anywhere.
Chelsea: When I was a little girl, in my neighborhood we used to play a game callled 'What do you want to be if you grow up?'
Judy: My crowd can't decide what to take this semester. But we've narrowed it down to either the administration building or the library.
Gary: (introducing the show) NBC lovingly presents Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In! Or is it laughingly presents Rowan & Martin's Love-In?
Nipsey: A message to my people: Things are getting better. Isn't it too bad the show isn't?
Dave: My new congressman has a perfect attendance record. He hasn't missed a single Washington cocktail party...so far.
J. J.: I'm on a fun diet.
Chelsea: Oh, J. J., that doesn't sound like much fun. What do you eat?
J. J.: Bourbon omlets.
Robert: This show makes a lot of people happy on Monday night...at 9 o'clock, when it's over.
Davy: If Washington is your seat of government, what do you call the politicians who work there?
This episode was paired with Episode #67 (featuring Art Carney) on the Sock-It-To-Me Collection volume titled 'And That's The Truth.'
Byron Gilliam appeared in the sketch about coincidence and the song that began Mod Mod World.
The short bits included Arte as Rosmenko having trouble with his dresser drawers; Dick as Sherlock Holmes and Dan as Dr. Watson, the girls as Playboy bunnies; Jo Anne having trouble with her ironing board; and Alan as a prisoner interacting with other prisoners and Ruth as his girl.