Berg: (points at scalper) That's our guy, right there.
Pete: He's a scalper? How can you tell?
Berg: Shifty eyes, hunched shoulders, the fact that he's been yelling 'I've got tickets, who needs tickets'.
Security Guard: Here's your problem, these tickets are counterfeit.
Berg: Oh, well, never mind.
Security Guard: I think you better come with me.
Berg: Wait a second, we bought those tickets. We had no idea thy were counterfeit.
Pete: Yeah, you should arrest the guy in the parking lot who sold them to us.
Tim: I'm a stock broker now.
Pete: You manage money? In school you couldn't manage to put on deodorant.
Sharon: And when it rains he gives me his jacket.
Deb: Rick gives me his jacket too.
Sharon: Yeah but Johnny isn't an alcoholic.
Pete: Oh Berg this is heaven.
Berg: I always knew heaven would have an open bar!
Pete: Do you remember life before the luxury box?
Berg: Only vaguely.
Johnny: Unlike you I'm proud of what I do.
Tommy: You're not happy being a stripper?
Sharon: You told him I was a stripper?
Tommy: Sorry, 'exotic dancer.'
Johnny: I just didn't want to get teased for dating a suit.
Sharon: So you're embarrassed of me?
Johnny: No I just don't want my friends singing 'Uptown Girl' every time we go out.
Pete: (Dressed as an elephant) I'm never gonna forget this.
Berg: Of course you won't, you're an elephant.
This episode was aired out of order as Johnny appears in this episode as Sharon's boyfriend, but she only meets him in the following episode, Two Guys, a Girl and an Elective.
Johnny: I just don't want my friends singing 'Uptown Girl' every time we go out.
Uptown Girl is a song by Billy Joel about an average, working guy who wants to go out with a rich, classy girl.
Pete: (While in the mini-jail) Attica! Attica! Attica!
This is an allusion to the 1971 Attica Prison riots in Attica, New York.