It is interesting that the hotel's registry records go back to 1985 given that this was the year The Golden Girls premiered on NBC.
In this episode, Chuy claims that he found out that his wife was cheating on him when he read about it in graffitti, but in "Ebbtide for the Defense," he reveals that it was when he caught his best friend, Rubin, in bed with her.
Blanche: Well, no offense, Sophia, but Dorothy gives the best advice. She always knows what to say.
Sophia: Hey, I always know what to say, you aging drag-queen.
Rose: Penny for your thoughts, Sophia.
Sophia: You're stupid, and that's on the house!
(about Miles cheating on Rose)
Chuy: I think you should tell Rose because I wouldn't want her to find out like I found out.
Blanche: How did you find out?
about Sophia's cooking
Sophia: They've got a choice! They can eat my lasagna or kiss my butt.
Chuy: Okay. Does your butt come with soup and salad?
This episode first aired on Lifetime on August 3, 2005. It was rerun on September 7 & 8, 2005.
Harold Gould reappears as his Golden Girls/Golden Palace character Miles Webber. He would reappear once more in Rose and Fern.
The German Title of this Episode is "Zur Sache, Schätzchen".