Some of the experiences of Grandma Flutter's life include playing baseball (disguised with a moustache) for the River City Rodents, starting a women's baseball league, starring in the play Ain't Mouse Behavin', meeting the Dalai Llama (he spits) and being a steamboat captain.
This episode features one song --- "For All Your Days." Additionally, the ending of "Happy Happy Birthday" can be heard. Doc Hogg sings the song to call for Shadow instead of Bear.
Bear: Um, Luna?
Bear: How old are you? I mean, are you as old as the dinosaurs?
Luna: Oh, Bear. I was around before the dinosaurs.
Bear: Huh? Before?
Luna: I'm almost four billion years old.
Grandma Flutter: Hey, I'm a youngun yet. At least that's what Jeremiah says and he's 132.
Etta: Grandma Tutter was an all-star outfielder for the River City Rodents.
Otto: The Rodents were a man's team, weren't they, Etta?
Etta: Yes they were, Otto. So Grandma disguised herself with a beard.
Doc Hogg: Bear.
Bear: Hey, Doc.
Doc Hogg: How about a nice game of chess?
Bear: Well, sure. But I'm not very good.
Doc Hogg: (rubbing hands together) Well, all the better. ... I mean, uh, eh, it doesn't matter who wins, Bear.
Tutter: Hey, Bear, how's the whole "getting old" thing work exactly?
Bear: Well, as you get older, you age. Yeah. Age. And you age year after year after year.
Bear: Of course, being one hundred years old is pretty rare.
This episode also appears in online listings "Granny Flutter's Birthday."