Gabrielle: I love taking baths. Especially with you. It's like taking a vacation from the world.
John: I hated taking baths when I was a kid. Of course back then, the only thing I had to play with was my rubber ducky.
Andrew: You went in my room?
Bree: You think that’s bad? Tomorrow, I’m cleaning it.
John: You want me to mow the lawn wearing sandals? I’d lose a toe.
Gabrielle: You’ll lose more than that if Carlos finds out you’re trimming more than the hedges.
Lynette: I used to run a company with 85 people, and now I can’t even wrangle two kids without doping them?
Lynette: (About the twins) When they’re not making me tear my hair out, they’re actually pretty sweet.
Susan: Mrs. Huber, will all due respect, you’re crazy.
Martha: (to Susan, cheerfully) I was just thinking of that expression, "I’ll make mincemeat out of you." Mincemeat used to be made up of little bits of meat chopped up, so the expression was like saying, "I’ll chop you up into little pieces!"
Bree: Andrew, I'm curious. When you fantasize about this woman, do you ever stop to think how she came to be on this runway? That's someone's little girl. And that someone probably had a lot of dreams for her. Dreams that did not include a thong ... and a pole ...
Yao Lin: I hate lying.
Gabrielle: Yeah, well, I hate your ironing, so there.
Gabrielle: Why are your friends staring at me? Did you tell them about us?
John: No. They're staring 'cause they think you're hot.
Gabrielle: Oh, okay. (waves)
When Bree goes into Andrew's bedroom, Andrew sets down the magazine that he's reading to talk to her. In the next shot, the magazine has disappeared.
As Lynette and Gabrielle are talking to Paul, the boxes of chocolates in Gaby's arms change positions between shots.
In the Solis' house a wardrobe appears, in later episodes this is replaced by the kitchen door.
Episode Title: Who's that Woman?
"Who's that Woman?" is a song from the the Sondheim musical, Follies.
Danielle compares her family to the type you'd see on "Divorce Court" a syndicated reality court show in which couples try and hash out their issues.
In Jonathan Lithgow's apartment Carlos notices a poster for the musical "Gypsy", a film synonymous within the gay community.