|As a way to increase his business, Bernard Walton performs a play at the Harlequin Theatre about his life in the janitorial service.
Bernard Walton first calls his client Mr. Johns but later in the episode he somehow becomes Mr. Jones.
Rosencrantz Guildenstern's name combines the names of two minor characters in Shakespeare's "Hamlet".
This episode's title is a reference to the classic Broadway musical "My Fair Lady."
: A good review from him would bring the crowds in by the hundreds! And I mean TRUE theatre goers. Not the "local-yokels" I get right now.
: You mean like me.
- Waluigi Freak 99Edwin:
Bernard, yours is the struggle of the ages, right out of classical theatre! The little man striving against almost insurmountable odds, to keep what he has built with his own two hands. Good versus evil, right versus wrong! No lo contendere, deus ex machina, etc., etc., etc!
Wow! And all I wanted was a few radio ads!
: Romeo, Romeo, let down your hair!