You see something in this episode that you would NEVER see on television today. Dorothy Provine, a white actress, appears in blackface for her second singing number, Swannee, How I Love You.
Else: Is that the latest candidate for the harem?
Alonzo: What's the matter? Are you jealous?
Else: Don't flatter yourself.
Pat (to Toto): I'm no linguist but I have an ear for a phony accent.
Toto (to Pat): Buy a ticket and I'll make you laugh. That's all you're entitled to.
Else: That's one thing you can say about Alonzo. He's never cheap. Never. I should know. I pay his bills.
Pat (about Alonzo): Why do you stay with him?
Else: I don't know. Maybe because he's a bad habit.
Toto (to Pat): Maybe I should have burned my face too. A scarred face makes better copy.
Toto (to Else): Being a clown has its disadvantages. I want to kiss you but with this makeup, I can't.
Rex Reason does not appear in this episode.
Dorothy Provine sings Tea for Two and Swannee, How I Love You.