Alan: Oh, I bet she's at her best with her back against the wall.
Denny: Hmm, I can't wait until next week.
Denny breaking character again to preview what might come to be next week.
The title, "Squid Pro Quo", is a take on the legal term of Quid Pro Quo which is a term for the transaction of valued items or favours, in return for giving something of value.
Alan: Sorry I'm late everyone, but as usual, I'm really only here for the fruit.
Marlene Stanger: Your name came up frequently at my old firm.
Alan: I hope amid a torrent of obscenities.
Marlene Stanger: Always.
Denny: You're looking thin. You should eat more.
Donny Crane: Some of us don't have fancy expense accounts to pay for our meals.
Denny: You should get one. They're awesome.
Denny: We're late.
Alan: You're late. I'm not going.
Denny: That time of the month?
Marlene Stanger: Just so you know, that little incident would be considered sexual harassment.
Alan: You're quite intoxicating. Oops, did it again.
Denny: Do you like hot fudge sundays?... Ahh, who knows what you like. You're a weirdo.
Denny: Son, Let me ask you something. These lost causes, why do yo do it?
Donny Crane: I suppose the struggle gives me comfort. Why do you do what you do?
Denny: I don't actually remember. It may have something to do with the massive amounts of money I make.
Denny: I've never heard you make so much sense.
Alan: I make sense all the time. You just listen intermittently.
Denny: Could be.
Donny Crane: So, any interest in being my fake father again.
Denny: I never stopped being your fake father, son.
In this episode, Melissa calls Marlene Stanger, the Squid, because in old mythology the squid was the only thing that could kill a shark.