Dr. Melfi: We can turn our attention to other sources of pain and truth?
Tony: Pain and truth... come on!! I'm a fat fuckin' crook from New Jersey!
Janice: The dead have nothing to say to us.
Dr. Melfi: What do you think the dream means?
Tony: Can't you just tell me what the fuckin' thing means?! You obviously know.
Bobby: I had to read to [Sofia] for, like, an hour. She couldn't even handle a "Nancy Drew"; it was too mysterious.
Janice: You went to the cemetery today.
Bobby: How you know?
Janice: There's cemetery mud on your shoes.
Bobby: Mud? What are you, Marge Hingenbrender now?
The German episode title is ""An alle Einheiten"", meaning ""All Units"".
Though credited, Jamie Lynn Sigler, Michael Imperioli and Drea de Matteo do not appear in this episode.
Music in this episode:
"Clocks" by Coldplay; "I Shot the Sheriff" by Eric Clapton; "Latin Nights" by Mark A. Gutierrez; "Prima Donna" by Jerry Vale; "Roxy" by Concrete Blonde; "Sentimental Feelings" by Sonny Dunham and his Orchestra; "Surfin' USA" by The Beach Boys; "The Tears of a Clown" by Smoky Robinson and the Miracles
Bobby refers to Janice as "Marge Hingenbrender" after she confronts him with evidence of his cemetery visit. This is him mangling the name of Marg Helgenberger, a star of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.