We learn that Carol lives at 2601 Grace Ave. Apt. 2J.
Howard: I like what your mother did to your room, Bob.
Bob: To my room?
Howard: Yeah, it was like a shrine. There were pictures of you as a young adult and pictures of you in your uniform. I was so quiet. If I didn't know better I'd think you were dead.
(Ellen is moving out of Bob & Emily's apartment and moving in with Howard)
Ellen: Hi Howard. I'm all set.
Howard: Ah, so am I. I cleared three dresser drawers and two shelves in the bathroom and the entire bedroom closet is all yours.
Ellen: What did you do with your clothes?
Howard: My clothes? I put them in a suitcase. I have twelve suitcases.
Emily: What did you do with your suitcases?
Howard: I put them in the broom closet.
Bob: What did you do with the brooms?
Howard: I threw them away they were just gathering dust anyway.
(Howard is about to take Ellen's suitcases to his apartment)
Bob: Take another step I break both your legs.
Jerry: Listen, ah, Bob, about this afternoon. I'm really sorry about walking out on you like that. It was immature. I mean, Howard and I can both be your best friends.
Emily: (to Bob) I thought I was your best friend.
Bob: You are.
Jerry: Spreading yourself kind of thin, aren't you, Bob?
"Hi, Bob"-ometer: Seven, two apiece from Howard, Jerry, and Ellen, and one from Emily. This episode has the most "Hi, Bob" greetings. The series total shoots up to 89.
Big Brother is Watching: The episode title is a famous line from the book, "1984" by George Orwell.