Judy mentions they're at a Veteran's Hall, though the establishing shot clearly shows they're at an Elk Lodge.
Bill: (on the VFW) Your sister and this place have opened their doors to a lot of grizzled old sailors.
Linda: I know it's kind of dumpy, but it's available, which I believe is what Judy said about you on her wedding day.
Roach: Which way we going with this ceremony, naked or uptight?
Roach: (looks at Judy) Bummer!
Judy: I just thought we'd go out for a nice dinner and talk about what kind of bachelorette party you'd like.
Linda: Oh, well I guess I'm too old for strippers and drinking.
Judy: No, you're not.
Linda: (excited) Oh, good, let's do that!
Brian: (to Lauren) Now that Aunt Linda's getting married, you're kind of the new Aunt Linda.
Perry: I'm now in the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame.
Linda: He wrote his name on the bathroom wall.
Bill: I'm in the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Perry: I know you don't like me, particularly.
Judy: That's not true.
Perry: You took my fiancée on a blind date the other night.
Though credited, Joel Murray does not appear in this episode.
Still making fun of Linda's zimond engagement ring, Bill wonders if "Neil Zimond" will be replacing Perry's band, a play on the name of Neil Diamond.