Episode "Dear Louise" it is revealed that Dana went to all girls schools ... so how is it that a guy named Cab Calloway got into her spanish class?
Casey : Sam everything's cool. I've got her panties right here in my side pocket.
Sam : Ok. Hi Dana.
Dana : And as for you, you see you don't control my world. I happen to not be wearing any panties right now and if you had a thousand guesses you couldn't tell me where they were.
Sam : Casey's side pocket.
Dana : Damn it.
(After being confronted by Dana over his apparent lack of attention to the meeting going on)
Sam: (reels off details of what has been going on) ..and if Dan mentions the Internet poll one more time, I'm going to cram a motherboard *up* *his* *butt*... Did I catch the gist of the meeting?
Dana: (stunned) ...Pretty much, yeah.
Sam: Anything else?
(leaves the conference room)
Dan: (quietly) Think I could take him?
Dan: I think I could take him.
Casey: Ehhh, to lunch maybe...
Robert Guillaume received credit for this episode, but did not appear in it.
When Jeremy reveals he was behind the internet polling fix, he states that he's "Settling all the family business." This is the line Michael Corleone says to Carlo Rizzi at the end of the Godfather when he reveals the heads of the other families have been assasinated.
The title is a clear reference to the first season episode "Dear Louise" (1x07), a M*A*S*H homage which introduced the characters for new viewers in the format of a voiceover of Jeremy relating recent events around the office to his sister as a letter he was writing to her. This episode really has nothing to do with that show excepting for the minor plot element of Natalie opening up a regular correspondence with Jeremy's sister.