(Nick is still under the love potion spell)
Carl: Nortonville 38 miles.
Nick: I love the name Norton. I also love the name Ville.
(talking about Cupid while under the love potion spell)
Nick: So sad... he was my best friend. Hey look, a butterfly!
Kate: We'll get you eyedrops in Chicago.
Cupid: What if they don't carry my brand?
Nick: By that point you won't care cause I'd have killed you.
Carl: Road trip! I call shotgun.
Nick: I think I can arrange one.
Nick: I told that to you in confidence.
Cupid: You told him in confidence? I don't pretend to know him that well, but it seems like a major mistake.
Carl: I resent that. I don't deny it, but I resent it.
Cupid: Maybe you people aren't familiar with the word "agonizing"…?
Everyone: Shut up!
Kate: All right, we're going to have to do mouth-to-mouth on him.
Kate: Would you rather do mouth-to-mouth or let him die?
Carl: Is that a trick question?
Nick: I'm going to change my name to "I.L.Everyone." Want to guess what the "L" stands for?
Carl: Ever heard of finders keepers?
Nick: Ever heard of being locked in a freezer until your chin shatters?
Willie Garson who played Cupid in this episode was also in the pilot episode "The Brothers" playing the Little Brother Gargoyle.
Judge Apano: Put a little love in your heart. Love is all we need. Love will keep us together.
Apano is quoting three songs titles: Put A Little Love In Your Heart, Love Is All We Need, and Love Will Keep Us Together.
Carl: Damn, Xena was just about to nibble on my...
Referencing the TV series Xena: Warrior Princess, which started in 1995. The title character is female warrior Xena, played by Lucy Lawless. Xena is a former villain who has decided to seek redemption by fighting for good, traveling the world with her sidekick Gabrielle.
Carl: Like a Terminator, just not a wuss.
Referencing the 1984 movie The Terminator, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger as a robot from the future which dresses in black leathers, rides a motorcycle, and hunts down its victim without stopping or hesitating.
Carl: It's going to blow! It might take out a window. You remember what happened to Goldfinger?
Referencing the 1964 James Bond movie Goldfinger, which ends with the title villain shooting a hole in a plane porthole and being sucked out when the cabin depressurizes.