Flo Castleberry, a former waitress at Mel's Diner, returns to hometown of Cowtown, Texas to start her own business.
Announced as nominee
Title on top ten list held up by Al Franken on Weekend Update
Referenced in contestant introductions.
Part of the "TV Stars" segment
Dorothy tells Blanche that the coffee shop Rose is working at 'isn't Mel's diner'
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Tom: "Mel! It's Vic Tayback!"
Crow: (as Mel) I wonder when Flo and Alice are gonna get here?
Eddie Munster says, "Kiss my grits!"
The class clown uses Flo's trademark "Kiss my grits!" catchphrase.
Tom: "Kiss my grits!"
Tom: "Hey, Mel. Kiss my grits!"
Mike: "Mel, kiss my grits!"
"Kiss My Grits"
Mike: (singing) There's a new girl in town...
Moe's "Kiss my dishrag!" catchphrase is a reference to Flo's "Kiss my grits!" line from "Alice."
Mentioned by TJ
Pearl: ...and command its inhabitants to kiss my grits.
One of the "Unattractive Waitresses of America" says, "Kiss my grits!"
The character of Dexter Jettser was inspired by the character of Mel Sharples,the short order cook on ''Alice''.
Claude's parents think they've spotted Linda Lavin, but can only remember the name of the 1970's sitcom she starred on
Bart says "Kiss my grits"
Lorelai compares Luke to Mel because they are both grumpy diner owners.
Autographed photos of Flo and Mel are displayed on a wall.
"Kiss my grits."
Referenced in Al Franken's top ten list
"Kiss my grits"
Title mentioned by Dawn Heinecken
waitress jokingly called "Flo"
a Jeopardy! round category is named "Kiss My Grits!" in reference to Flo's catchphrase from the show
Randy: "Why did you ever have a crush on her? She's a bitch. Not the good kind like that Kiss My Grits lady from that diner show. She was... Kiss My Grits. We should go to Arizona"
House says "This is your backyard--you may know it as Mel's Diner."
waitress called 'Alice'
A rap lyric mentions Mel's Diner
Included in a $300 question
"Kiss my grits"
Subject of the $1,000,000 Tournament of Ten question
Referenced in the diner segment
Mentioned by Mike.
Shown as part of the 1980 episode, even though it originally aired in 1976.
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