The music used in this episode was:
Dream Weaver (1976), by Gary Wright;
Dazz (1976) by Brick.
Eric (to Donna): Your parents might not be the best example, but they do love each other. They just can't express it... or anything stronger that "I'm hungry."
Hyde: Unfortunately I can't do it because, well, I have a glass eye.
Leo: Really man? Your eye doesn't look like glass.
Hyde: That's because it's special, space age glass.
Leo: Wow! Your eye was in space?
Leo: Hey, I'm Leo. And I'm also a Leo. Think about it.
Eric: Every time this starts happening, it winds up not happening. And then, you skip home... tra la la la la.
Eric: Well, first you drag me away from the wedding, and then you kiss me all the way over here, and then you pull me upstairs and shove me into my bedroom and put your hands all over my body, I just... I'm sorry, I'm confused.
Kristina Wayborn, Maud Adams and Barbara Carrera have all played Bond women; Wayborn in Octopussy, Adams in Octopussy and The Man with the Golden Gun and Barbara Carrera in Never Say Never Again. Of course, Tanya Roberts (Midge) was a Bond girl in A View to a Kill.
Eric: [The drink]'s a Shirley Temple. I just didn't want to say that 'cause it sounded like something Kristy McNichol would drink.
Shirley Temple was a child star in the 1930s famous for her singing and dancing. The drink named for her is a non-alcoholic drink, such as a child would drink.
Kristy McNichol was a teen star, popular in the 70s for her starring role in Family in the role of Buddy.
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