Dieter: His agony was gorgeous. I need to be slapped.
Dieter: I am so full of anticipation that my genitals have sucked up into my body cavity. Before we begin… before we begin, would you like to touch my Monkey?
Karl-Heinz: I would be honored.
Dieter: Touch him! Love him! Liebe mein affe-mienke! (as Karl-Heinz shakes hands with Dieter's monkey, sitting on a pedestal, Dieter pulls on his shirt to make it look like he has breast's) Now I am as happy a little girl.
Al Franken: Uh yes, Dennis... I... am lost. And I'm gonna push in now with my Sony KB-2000 to show the effects of five days of blistering sun... with nothing to drink... but my own... urine.
(camera pans in on Al's severely chapped lips)
Dennis Miller: Oh, Al! That's terrible!
Dennis Miller: As of tomorrow, September 30th, the Pentagon's price tag on its Persian Gulf operation, known as Desert Shield, is $2.5 billion. Don't they know they don't have to use the Desert Maxi-Shield, they could save a little money and use the Stay-Free Desert Mini-Shield!
Dennis Miller: This week, President Bush addressed the joint meeting of the International Monetary Fund, and kept four balls in the air for a good thirty seconds.
Phil Hartman does his first Sinatra impersonation in this episode.
This is Chris Farley and Chris Rock's first episode as featured performers.