Elyse wears the often-seen gold ram's head brooch in the lunch scene with AJ and Rick.
This episode has the last appearance of Ernie Boyar, who (along with Al Sanchez) is Rick Simon's long-time undercover alias. Ernie tries to buy a painting from gallery owner/fraud Carol Holdridge.
A.J.: Rick, she called you-quite accurately I might add-an overgrown adolescent with no romance in his soul.
Rick: What do I need a romantic soul for? The Power Wagon's got bench seats.
Rick: That's a good way to go broke, betting on the lifespan of a marriage.
AJ: Yeah. Not like a brother. Unfortunately that lasts forever.
Rick: You know, AJ, there's something that Mom made me promise that I would never tell you: you're adopted.
Rick: I checked out every biker club and weird cult hangout in town. No one's ever heard of a Terry Adamson. Did get invited to a human sacrifice, though. You wanna go?
AJ: Why not? At least we can tell Mom we made it to the altar.
Cecilia: Ah well, boys, don't worry. You'll both find a wonderful girl who'll make you very happy.
Rick: That sounds great, Mom. I'll take Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
Abby: My mother had a saying, 'Beware of geeks bearing gifts.'
This episode was shown in syndication only.
Thank you, Inspector Clouseau. -- AJ sarcastically alludes to Rick being like Inspector Jacques Clouseau, the bumbling French police detective of the Pink Panther films.