Chalkboard: Have a great summer, everyone
Couch: Repeat of the couch gag from "Marge's Son Poisoning" where all of the couches and seats of Springfield attack their masters.
- Hunch - Tony Huncharella
- Written by - J. D. Salinger
- Gloria Huncharella - Gwyneth Paltrow
- City of New York - City of Lethbridge, Alberta
- Bystander #2 - Sir Anthony Hopkins
- Furious Bowler - The Late George C. Scott
- Guy Who Turned Out To Be That Other Guy - Heidi Klum
Homer: Look at that ugly old man. (he points to the Jumbo Vision screen)
Marge: That's you.
Carl: Yeah, Homer! Suck that face.
Lenny: (laughs) Remember when we used to kiss like that, Carl? With our respected girlfriends.
Carl: Yeah, I wonder where Gil and Kelly are now.
Lenny: I heard Gil died. Kelly, I think is a prostitute.
Homer: Now, lets remember. No one's right and no one's wrong. Till I say so.
Marge: Try to frame criticisms of your spouse in a positive way.
Buck: Well, I'm positively sick of her shaking her lady parts for the whole world' eyeball.
Homer: Buck, you've got a beautiful woman with a hot body that any man would fantasize about. Even while making love to his own Marge.
Lisa: Isn't it weird that our parents giving marital advise? They're always fighting. If you're listen closely you can hear them arguing right now.
Homer: (from somewhere far away) And I say, A monkey can mow our lawn!
Homer: Like I always say, compromise is the key.
Marge: I always say that!
Homer: Let's compromise and say nobody said it.
Bart: (Goggling at Tabitha's performance) Well, I've got this sudden urge to give her a 5 Dollar bill.
Homer: Oh, you're so hot. If only I've seen you before I met my wife.
Tabitha: Oh, Homer. You're sweet, but. Oh! You're talking to the chicken.
Tabitha: It's C, as in keeping together. Which is what I wanna do.
After Homer and Marge get into the baseball shaped car, every fan in the stands disappear.
In the scene right before Buck hits Homer the last time, the "Tabitha Vixx" sign on the door is gone, shortly after it's there again.
As Marge tells Buck that she hasn't read anything in the blogosphere
about his marital problems she admits being part of the grown big community of bloggers. The term blogosphere arose due to the usual interconnection of blogs. Read more about the blogosphere in the wikipedia article
The file photo of Marge and Homer is a parody on the famous Pietà
sculpture by Michelangelo
. Read more about the marble sculpture in the wikipedia article