Chester: Oh Benson, I need strong coffee. I was so worried about the trial I didn't sleep a wink last night.
Benson: Me neither.
Chester: You were up worrying too?
Chester: Oh I wish I'd known.
Chester: Sure. I would've had someone to talk to.
Benson: I wish I'd have known too. Cause that would've put me to sleep.
Jodie: For 25 years I'm gay. Suddenly a girl comes on a little bit and I'm in bed with her.
Carol: You're a floozy.
(Mary still wrestling with the news that Burt killed her first husband)
Mary: I have no frame of reference for this. I've read Dear Abby all my life but never ever have I once come across anything similar.
Burt: I wouldn't be surprised.
Mary: And it's not like I can call a friend either. You know and say what did you do when your husband...?
Burt: No I guess, you're right.
Jodie: I don't know what's with you, Carol? I mean we agree we're coming up here as friends. Then you tell me you've rented a two bedroom cottage. We get here and one room, one bed and knowing I'm gay you're absolutely amazed when I don't turn out to be Burt Reynolds.
Carol: I thought you'd be different here. Away from everything, in the country, all this clean air.
Jodie: Clean air? Carol, I'm a homosexual not an asthmatic.
Ingrid: You think I'm finished?
Jessica: No, Swedish.
Jodie: (to Carol) You get us one room with a queen-size bed, and I sincerely hope no pun was intended.
Jay Sandrich received a 1978 Emmy nomination for his work on the episode.