Congressman Jacobs: Raymond Jacobs, you handled my first divorce fifteen years ago. My wife's name was Lois.
Denny: I remember.
Congressman Jacobs: Why wouldn't you. You slept with her.
Denny: Only after the divorce was final.
Denny: When God strips you of your talent, he should at least have the decency to strip away the memory of having had it.
Denny: I heard about Tara. I feel your hurt.
Alan: What's most upsetting, Denny, is I don't hurt.
Denny: So, I don't have to hug you and tell ya i'm there for ya and all that crap.
Alan: We can skip it.
Alan: Catherine, may I ask why would you seek to befriend this man?
Catherine: Well, I felt at his core, he wasn't evil. I also thought I could help him by introducing him to Jesus Christ, our Savior.
Alan: Was he open to that?
Catherine: Not terribly, he thought it would make him look like a bad Jew.
The whistled theme played as Denny and Alan walk down the street with their fishing poles is the famous theme from the classic television series, The Andy Griffith Show. On that show, the theme was played as Andy walked with his young son, Opie, with fishing poles in hand.