Doug: Maybe I can get [Carrie] a helmet.
Deacon: How about a wig?
Doug: Okay, where am I supposed to find a wig on a cruise ship?
Deacon: Where were you gonna get a helmet, idiot?
Carrie: You're my husband. You're supposed to protect me.
Doug: I never agreed to that.
Arthur: Why are you late?
Spence: You called me ten minutes ago and told me to be here in ten minutes.
Arthur: I've had enough of your excuses!
Carrie: Oh, look, it's Robert Goulet.
Robert Goulet: Where, where?!
Robert Goulet: (to Carrie) [Doug] said you look like Pete Rose.
Deacon: Trust me. Any wig I put on, I'm gonna look like Rick James.
Arthur: With your hair cut short like that, do you know who you look like?
Carrie: Halle Berry?
Arthur: Frank Medford—he rented a room from your mother and I.
The German episode title is "Rapunzels Perücke", meaning "Rapunzel's Wig".
Though credited, Gary Valentine does not appear.
With a new long-haired wig making her feel glamourous again, Carrie claims she feels "like a Charlie's Angel." Charlie's Angels was a show about a team of super-glamourous female private investigators who worked for a mysterious, never-seen man named Charlie.
Doug claims he learned to brush hair 100 strokes from "miss Marcia Brady." She was the eldest sister who was always concerned about her appearance on The Brady Bunch.
The episode title is a play on the fairy tale of Goldilocks.