Antille laughing at the fact they’ve fooled Jim.
Gas pumping into the tomb through a gargoyle’s head.
Artie on the mortuary table surrounded by Lavender and his men.
Jim and Artie drink to Rose’s fiancée
It was during the filming of this episode that creator and executive producer Michael Garrison died on August 17, 1966, falling down his staircase at home. After Garrison's death was announced, most of the cast and crew were uncomfortable with the fact they were filming scenes in a mock mortuary.
Jim utters the phrase, "Because, Artie, things aren’t always what they seem to be." This was Garrison's approach to the show in general, and he had the phrase inscribed on a plaque and hung up in his office.
Artemus: (after a fight) Well, good morning, James.
James: Hi, Artie.
Artemus: Anything happening?
James: Oh, same old thing, just a different town.
Col. Pellargo: My people are completely dedicated to two basic objectives. The first is eking out a basic hand-to-mouth existence. And the second...
James: Trying to assassinate you.
Col. Pellargo: From time to time, yes. I'm a reasonable man. I'm willing to grant them the first, but never the second.
Claudio Antille: My arm is hurting.
Fabian Lavendor: Yes, well I can see you've got a wound there and I’ll take care of it. The blood, don’t drop it on the carpet because it gives the mourners a very bad impression.
Fabian Lavendor: Oh, ah, you just sit down here on the table, will you, please? It's not a very comfortable table, but then, very few of my clients complain about it.
Leda Pellargo: What does a murderer say when he’s caught?
James: In this case, nothing. He’s dead.
James: I want to check the missing person file.
Artemus: All right, Jim, now it’s my turn to ask. Why?
James: Because, Artie... things aren’t always what they seem to be.
Artemus: Alas, poor Yorick, I knew him, Horatio. A fellow of infinite jest.
Artie (accurately) quotes from Shakespeare's Hamlet, Act 5, Scene 1. The line is often misquoted, "Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him well."