Annie: You know what is weird, being around men again.
Shelly: (laughing) Well, you don't have to spend time in a convent to feel that.
Gordon Cole: Now that I come to mention it, Coop, you know what I'm in the mood for?
Cooper: What's that, Gordon?
Gordon Cole: A steak so rare you could sell it at Tiffany's
Gordon Cole: Harry, the best cure I ever came across for a hangover was raw meat, and plenty of it. You break an egg on it, add in some salted anchovies, tobasco and worsterchire sauce...(Harry runs to the bathroom holding his stomach) If you want, we can order up some for you.
Cooper: It's good to have you back, Harry.
Harry: It'll take me a day or so to get my sea legs back.
Cooper: (smiling) To be honest, it looks like you went down with the ship.
Log Lady intro:
The beautiful thing about treasure is that it exists. It exists to be found. How beautiful it is to find treasure. Where is the treasure, that when found, leaves one eternally happy? I think we all know it exists. Some say it is inside us--inside us one and all. That would be strange. It would be so near. Then why is it so hard to find, and so difficult to attain?
Gordon Cole: WHAT A BEAUTY. REMINDS ME OF THAT STATUE, THE BABE WITHOUT THE ARMS.
Cooper: The Venus de Milo
Gordon Cole: THE NAME WAS MILO BUT THAT'S BESIDE THE POINT. THAT'S THE KIND OF GIRL THAT MAKES YOU WISH YOU SPOKE A LITTLE FRENCH.
Cooper: Surefire cure for a hangover, Harry. You take a glass of nearly frozen, unstrained tomato juice. You plop a couple of oysters in there and you drink it down. Breathe deeply. Next you take a mound and I mean a mound of sweetbreads sauteed with some Canadian bacon and chestnuts. Finally some biscuits, big biscuits, smothered in gravy. Now here's where it gets tricky, you're gonna need some anchovies. You take--
Harry: (groaning) Excuse me.
Cooper: (smiling) That should do it.
Neilson Rating: 6.3/10, Number 75 for the week.
This episode earned two Emmy nominations in 1991. One for best sound editing and one for best sound mixing.
This is James Marshall and Joan Chen's last appearence. James Marshall only did a voice over. Joan Chen appeared in Harry's imagination. Both are credited in the opening titles for the rest of the series.
Dana Ashbrook, Peggy Lipton, Everett McGill, Jack Nance and Piper Laurie do not appear in this episode.
A.K.A. "On the Wings of Love"
When Gordon Cole says "Now that I come to mention it Coop you know what I'm in the mood for? A steak so rare you could sell it at Tiffany's..."
it is an allusion to Tiffany's being a prestigious jewelry shop known for selling very rare jewelry, not steak.