Tony: Vito was one of us. So he sucked a cock? Prior to that, he was our friend.
Tony: I'm very disappointed 'cause you always were a good kid.
Vito, Jr.: You don't even know me.
Tony: What is that supposed to mean?
Vito, Jr.: Sometimes you call me "Carlo, Jr."
Tony: Look, all I know is I couldn't shut your dad up about what a good kid you were. We were friends, you know.
Vito, Jr.: Butt buddies?
Tony: Marie Spatafore came to see me. She wants a hundred grand to relocate on account of Vito, Jr. already has his own social worker.
Phil: Patty told me there was doin's. I guess the turd doesn't fall far from the faggot's ass.
Phil: You know, I didn't come out here just to buy you a couple of sundaes.
Vito, Jr.: (dressed Goth) It's a "silo".
Phil: I don't give a fuck what it is. What the hell's wrong with you? You look like a Puerto Rican whore. You make me sick.
Hesh: Did you hear about the Jewish terrorist? He was gonna hijack a plane, but he didn't want to use his miles.
Tony: What can I do?
Marie: It's Little V. The social worker says he just acting out—
Tony: Social worker?
Marie: Boy stuff, mostly, but so angry. Although some of what he's being accused of is just persecution. They claim he hung the Petruzzo's cat on their garage door... but it's totally unfounded.
Tony: Well, you know, in a way it's to be expected, with Vito's passin' and all that entrailed...
Tony: (on Jews) You got to hand it to 'em. When it comes to money, hmph.
Dr. Melfi: In my experience, that's nothing more than an ugly stereotype.
Tony: Really? I got a friend. Let me tell you, you tie a Kruggerand to a fishing line, you're gonna land him—pfft!—right up on the dock.
The German episode title is "Die Jagd nach dem Glück", meaning "Hunting for Luck".
Max Casella was credited with the main cast for this episode.
The Puerto Rican Day Parade scene was filmed on location in New York City on September 29, 2006.
Though credited, Aida Turturro and Dominic Chianese do not appear in this episode.
Casino scenes shot on location at The Borgata in Atlantic City, NJ.
Music: "Goin' Down Slow" by Howlin' Wolf; "Peppermint Twist" by Joey Dee and the Starlighters; "Bossman" by Nancy Sinatra; "Ralph's New Blue" by Modern Jazz Quartet; "Rompe" by Daddy Yankee; "Livin' la Vida Loca" by Ophir Prison Marching Kazoo Band; "Honky Tonk (Part 2)" by Bill Doggett; "Kernkraft 400" by Tweetwoof
During the ride to the boat show, Carlo mentions an episode of The Twilight Zone where a mobster, "Rocky" Valentine, dies and awakes to find himself in what must be heaven, where he gets anything he wants and always wins. He grows tired of this and asks to go to "the Other Place". He is then informed that this is the Other Place. He's talking about the edisode, "A Nice Place to Visit."