(When Felicia interrupts an intimate moment between Eric and Donna)
Eric: Why couldn't I have met you like, forty years ago?
Donna: Well a psychic in San Francisco said I ran a Chinese laundry in a previous life, maybe I pressed your shirts.
Eric: Yeah, maybe you did.
(Donna and Eric share a kiss as Felicia barges in)
Felicia: Oh god why did I have to see that? This is an office.
Eric: Yes an office with a door on it. You could knock if you could reach it from that high horse you're on.
(Katie questioning Brooke on why she isn't seeking justice against Stephanie)
Katie: I just don't understand why you are letting Stephanie off the hook so easily.
Brooke: Making her miserable will not make me happier.
Katie: Well that's very evolved to turn the other cheek and all that but, just remember God only gave us two.
(Felicia defending her mother's actions to Nick)
Felicia: Stephanie, my mother, never intended for her to be raped.
Nick: Your mother doesn't have intensions she has criminal instincts.
(As Brooke and Donna begin bickering over Donna loosely telling people of her rape, Donna snaps at Katie in a reference to her "good little housewife" attitude)
Katie: If you two are going to argue I'm really not up to playing the role of referee.
Donna: Then go cook!
(Felicia attempting to sway Eric away from Donna's affections)
Felicia: What happens when the sex gets stale? She can't possibly be anywhere near your intellectual equal.
Eric: What, do I read Aristotle on the toilet?
Felicia: Look, mother can be awful, but she's ours. So, you know what, test her, give her a hard time, just hire some hookers, go visit some starlets in rehab, but do you have to fall for the first set of implants that bounce their way into your path?
William deVry and Patrick Duffy are added to the opening credits as of this episode.
Katie asks Stephen where he flew in from, to which he responds that his plane came in from Dallas. This is a passing reference to the fact that Patrick Duffy previously starred on super soap Dallas where he portrayed Bobby Ewing from 1978-1985 with a further stint from 1986-1991.
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