After the observation room's brief exposure to space, Data makes note of changes in the transparent aluminum alloy of the windows, a reference to the same alloy that Montgomery Scott introduced as a bargaining chip in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986).
While having a "lovers' quarrel", Data says angrily "You're not my mother", using a contraction. When Jenna questions him, he explains calmly "You are not my mother." This might indicate that the initial phrase was specifically programmed with the contraction, but the repeat without a contraction is a unique form of the "no contractions" contradiction. Data also says "Honey, I'm home!" when he enters Jenna's quarters, and "I'll join you", when asking Jenna which drink she would prefer. These may also have been programmed phrases.