Pig: You're all family, right? OK, the secret ingredient is (QUACK!)
All: Oh, god, Pig! That's disgusting!
Duke: (sticking paws into a hot pot) This is boiling water, isn't it?
Freddy: (singing) It's your birthday, make a mess. It's your birthday, wear a dress. It's your birthday, you look swell...
Peck: (singing) It's your birthday, tip us well.
Otis: (telling joke) So I says to the farmer, "Hey, if your hands were any colder you might as well be milking me into a sugar cone."
Female Patron: And I'd like a side salad.
Bessy: Yeah, well, I'd like a cruise to Barbados, but that's not happening either.
Freddy: This pie is so good, it's making me hallucinate!
Peck: Oh yeah? What do you see?
Freddy: A car heading straight for us.
Pig: I don't know, Otis. I don't know if Grammy Pig would want me to sell the pies for money.
In "Chez Pig," the writers censored the secret ingredient by having a chicken cluck as Pig was saying it.
After being tricked into blasting off into space, Otis manages to return the spaceship to Earth. On the way down, Abby sees the rocket coming toward them, and says, "Look! Up in the sky!," which is part of the theme from the TV show, The Adventures of Superman.
Tricked into blasting off into space, Otis manages to return the spaceship to Earth while reporting to the animals on the ground, "We're breaking up!," which is part of the theme from the TV show, The Six Million Dollar Man, whose character suffered injuries from a similar occurrence.
Bingo tricks Otis into taking a phony astronaut training test. Otis walks through the field in slow motion wearing an astronaut's outfit in a manner similar to that shown in the film The Right Stuff.
Thinking that Bingo is an alien bent on destroying the Earth, the animals play accordions hoping to make his brain explode similar to the sounds of an harmonica causing aliens pain from The Twilight Zone "Hocus-Pocus and Frisby" episode.
Believing that Bingo is an alien bent on destroying the Earth, the animals douse him with water thinking it will make him melt, as happened to the Wicked Witch of the West from The Wizard of Oz.
Thinking that Bingo is an alien bent on destroying the Earth, the animals sneeze on him to make him catch the flu and die, as happened to the Martians from War of the Worlds, a 1953 film based on the novel written by H.G. Wells.
The title of this episode, "The Right Cow," is an allusion to the 1983 film The Right Stuff about the original Mercury 7 astronauts.