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Oliver's temporary fix on his dry-rotted front porch proves pointless when Kimball removes the new board and promptly falls through. After Lisa moves the injured patient their bedroom to recuperate, he blows non-stop on his kazoo whenever he wants something. Ralph Monroe shows up wearing in a nurse's uniform from a theater production to care for her "Hankie" and throw herself at him while he can't run away. Self-appointed "attorney" Haney tries to soak Oliver with a $50,000 lawsuit just before local farmers bring their livestock into the bedroom for Kimball's animal clinic. Oliver finally storms out in search of a saloon.moreless
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Sam Drucker: (at Drucker's store) Something you wanted, Mr. Douglas?
Oliver: I--I want an ice bag.
Fred Ziffel: Got another hangover?
Oliver: It's not for me. It's for Mr. Kimball.
Fred Ziffel: Oh, you been teaching HIM how to drink, huh?
Ralph: Good night, Hankie. Would you like a little mouth to mouth resuscitation before I leave? (Hank puts the pillow over his face as Oliver wrestles Ralph off of him)
Eb: (pulling up piece of rotten porch wood) See how rotten the boards are.
Oliver: I wonder if that's termites.
Eb: Are you kidding? No self-respecting termite would eat this stuff!
Oliver: This is dry rot.
Eb: The story of your life.
Ralph:(holding pills) Here's your medication ,Hankie.
Hank: What are they??
Ralph: The green one is for pain and the red one is a...love potion.
Hank: I'll take the green one and save the red one for when I am near a girl.
Ralph: (angry) If you weren't in such pain, I'd slug you one!
The same goat that's brought in to Kimball's animal clinic would appear in the next episode as one of Lisa's patients.
When the Hooterville Kazoo and Drum Corp comes in to serenade Kimball, they launch into the "Green Acres" theme song.
Kimball's self-appointed attorney tries to get Oliver to agree to a $50,000 out of court settlement for injuries. As he's being tossed out of the house, Haney offers to take $25 instead.