[Last line of the series]
Sam Malone: Boy, I tell you, I'm the luckiest son of a bitch on earth.
[a man knocks at the door]
Sam Malone: Sorry, we're closed.
Norm Peterson: You know what I think the most important thing in life is? It's love. And do you know what I love?
Sam Malone: Beer, Norm?
Norm Peterson: [looks at his watch] Yeah, I'll have a quick one.
Sam Malone: How's it going, Cliffy?
Cliff Clavin: [angrily] I'm in no mood to talk.
[there is thunderous applause from everyone in the bar]
Norm Peterson: Well, everybody, congratulate me. I am now employed by the city of Boston.
[the bar patrons applaud]
Norm Peterson: And I have this man to thank for it.
[points to Woody]
Woody Boyd: Oh, hey, no problem, Mr. Peterson. I know you're gonna work very hard.
Norm Peterson: Yeah, of course, Wood. Hey, this kind of makes you my boss, huh?
Woody Boyd: Oh, yeah, in a way. But you know, deep down and above all and through everything else, we're friends.
Norm Peterson: Of course. No man ever had a better one.
Woody Boyd: I feel the same way.
Norm Peterson: Pals.
Woody Boyd: Compadres.
Norm Peterson: I may be late tomorrow.
Woody Boyd: I wouldn't recommend it, Peterson.
Rebecca Howe: Can you believe that? I shoot for Donald Trump, and I end up with Ed Norton.
Dr. Frasier Crane: But you did good, Rebecca.
Rebecca Howe: I did, didn't I? Bye!
Sam Malone: See ya, Trixie!
[Norm and Cliff are watching the National ACE Cable Awards on television]
Dr. Frasier Crane: Are you watching for any particular category?
Cliff Clavin: Yes, the Most Impressive Display of Female Flesh in the, uh, Tight Fitting Dress.
[Frasier is helping Woody prepare a speech]
Woody Boyd: "I believe I was elected to the City Council as an agent of change. And I fully intend to live up to that pledge: I will make change."
Dr. Frasier Crane: Change 'change' to 'a change'.
Woody Boyd: A what?
Dr. Frasier Crane: You see, in here, you make 'change'. There, you make 'a change'. So, just make the change. Change 'make change' to 'make *a* change'.
Dr. Frasier Crane: [frustrated and yells] Oh, just change it!
[Frasier storms off]
Woody Boyd: [to Norm] Boy, I think I see why Dr. Crane never cures anybody.