Franco: Alright guys, ya know what? I hate to say this. You know who maybe, possibly could have taken it?... The guys who were on last night.
Lou: Hey, Jesus Frank, these are our brothers, okay? We share this house with them. There's no way they did this.
Franco: How do you know?
Lou: 'Cause I already accused them. Irish John said the can was empty when they got here.
(To Tommy and Franco sitting and having a smoke.)
Chief: Hey, you guys enjoying your little sewing circle here? There's work to be done. Go help the guys in the engine take up the lines.... Assholes.
Lou: Vengence is mine sayeth the 62 Truck... and the Lord, of course.
Katy: Can we go home?
Lou: What's your rush?
Katy: It's 10:30. I still have some homework to do.
Lou: Alright, let me just finish my beer. the don't grow on trees. (Under his breath.) I wish they did.
Angie: That's officially the longest lasting hard-on in the history of hard-ons.
Franco: Lou, Perolli took the money and donated it to the God damn cancer people.
Lou: The people for or against it? I only ask 'cause he's such a prick, it could go either way.
Father Mickey Gavin: Booze is your problem. Survivors guilt,... that shit's easy to get over.
Father Mickey Gavin: Die.
When Sheila puts tommy on the couch after dinner, she moves his head from facing his right to his left. Then the camera angle switches and he's facing his right again.
Tommy goes to "The Ken Girotti Award for Excellence". Ken Girotti is the director of this episode.
Prison Guard: Sayin' you're the next comin' of Charles Bronson.
Charles Bronson is an actor that made his name in the business in the film 'Death Wish' by portraying Paul Kersey, a man who lost his wife to street punks and turned to vigilante justice to help others.
Prison Guard: Hey, whatever you say there, O.J.
O.J. Simpson was charged with the murder of his ex-wife and her lover. The majority of the public thought he was guilty and the evidence and his actions afterwords stacked against him. Yet, he managed to get an acquittal from the jury.