Where's Phil? - Phil produces the first-ever Stuckeybowl tv commercial. Ed rejects his first idea of using strippers in the ad, so Phil makes a strange 30-second commercial featuring himself as a high-school graduate and Kenny as his father. They finally mention Stuckeybowl in the final seconds of the commercial.
Shirley considers this the best commercial ever.
Insider Info - Jack Fundus, the skywriting king, is named after the show's key grip, Kenneth Fundus.
$10 Bets - Mike bets Ed to walk up to a woman at the bar and offer to buy her a drink . . . with beer nuts in his mouth.
Mike: These crazy Belgian bastards know how to live!
Nick (final words to Carol): This right here, this was never about friendship.
Mike: Bullfights and machismo. If you gave Hemingway some bullfights, and a little machismo, he was a happy, happy man.
Kenny: I brought coffee... I didn't know what size you wanted, so I got small, medium and large.
Kenny: I always wanted to go on a stakeout. One of my favorite movies is 'Stakeout'. Even better than that was the sequel, 'Another Stakeout'. They really took it to the next level.
Phil: NYPD Blue, baby... Check it out. Give me some Sipowicz... Sipowicz!
Ed: Stuckeybowl is a family place - a nice place. It's not a stripper kind of place.
Phil: Shirley, those who raise the bar of expectation, bar the expectation of raise.