During one piece of narration, the Balladeer goofs. He says "...After all, Molly did intend to have [Uncle Jesse] back by four. And her intentions were good". He should have said Alice, not Molly, and it relates to the scene with Alice and Jesse on the swamp boat.
This is the only episode where Bo and Luke mentioned to Uncle Jesse that the Dukes had indoor plumbing when the Duke Farm had an outhouse.
Cousin Alice: And I'm gonna make pecan cookies just for you, Bo!
Bo: (after she leaves the room) I hate pecan cookies.
In a real rarity, the in-episode credits for this episode are in white, not the standard yellow. The only other episode where this is the case is the next broadcast one, "Luke's Love Story".
On the DVD version of this episode, the Warner Brothers logo used at the end of the closing credits has been changed; the "badge" logo is used in place of the original "three strokes" one used on other episodes of the season.
This is the first episode where both Bo and Luke are both heard to cry "Yee-Haa" at the end of the opening credits (previously, it had just been Bo). However, to note is that it is actually John Schneider's recording of "Yee-Haa" used twice – Tom Wopat hadn't quite mastered it at this point.
Unusually, the opening teaser for this episode contains no narration (from Waylon Jennings or a similar sounding voiceover). This is the only episode in the entire series not to have narration on the teaser.
Bo and Luke blew up an outhouse at the Duke Farm. This is the only episode where we see an outhouse at the Duke Farm and it is in the opening credits in seasons 2-7.
Boss Hogg's character becomes noticably more buffoonish in this episode and for the first time he and Rosco have scenes together throughout the course of the episode.
Rosco calls Enos a "dipstick" for the first of many times in this episode.
With this episode, the series moved from being filmed in Georgia to on the Warner Brothers lot in California. The set for Hazzard Square can be seen, almost unchanged, in a number of other films and television series.
With the move, the series and the characters also began to find their feet for what they would evolve into. Rosco inparticular is noticably changing into the recognizable buffoon he would soon become, here being seen decked out in full Military camoflage as he stakes out the Dukes.