(yelling out the window)
Freddie: Hey, attention all you foxy chicks in Brooklyn!
Juan: The boys are now centrally located!
Arnold: And we're open 24 hours for your partying convenience!
Beau: No reasonable offer refused!
(Vinnie brings down the ironing board as a dining table)
Julie: Must be great for pressed duck. (the boys groan)
Freddie: You know, you been livin' with Mr. Kotter too long.
(the Sweathogs see Vinnie's apartment for the first time)
Juan: Vinnie, Vinnie, Vinnie, I'm at a loss for words... but crummy's close.
Freddie: You know something, Vinnie man, this place you got here, it ain't so hard to look at... if you close one eye and don't look out the other.
Arnold: Ooohhh... You know, with a fresh coat of paint this place could pass for a fleabag.
Vinnie: Boy, a gift for me, I can't believe it.
Julie: Yeah, it's really for housewarming.
Vinnie: Oh, thank you, but I already got a radiator.
Sally: (entering Vinnie's apartment) Boy, this is really, um, it's gonna be nice when you get moved in.
Vinnie: I am moved in.
The episode title is a play on Mae West's famous quip that begins, "Why don't you come on up and see me sometime..."