Beau: You know why Woodman wouldn't go over to Freddie's apartment, you know, to sign the contracts? He chickened out.
Juan: Yeah, he was afraid to go into Freddie's neighborhood.
Freddie: So am I. I only go there to sleep.
Julie: Well, why don't you just meet at Woodman's apartment? That's real safe. He's got a guard dog.
Gabe: Yeah, Woodman looks really cute in his choke chain.
Freddie: I just want to do something for the school.
Woodman: Try graduating.
Woodman: I didn't write 'Oh Buchanan, My Buchanan, Fair Buchanan, Oh Buchanan, My Fair' to be recorded by Gladys Knight and the Bee Gees!
Gabe: He's getting better. It used to be Gladys Knight and the Sons of the Pioneers.
Freddie: The only thing musical about Mr. Woodman is that he's the same size as Paul Williams!
Woodman: There will be people singing that song fifty years after you're dead.
Gabe: I hope so, Mr. Woodman. I hope they sing it at my funeral. I hope they sing it anywhere where I don't have to listen to it!
Woodman: What would parents' night be without the Buchanan school song? (everyone groans)
Though credited, Ron Palillo does not appear in this episode.
The episode title is a play on Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Serenade for strings in G major, which goes by the nickname Eine kleine Nachtmusik, "a little night music."