This episode is actually entitled "What are you doing after the Massacre?, not "Where are you doing after the Massacre?
Crazy Cat: Flaming Arrow, why you no like pale faces?
Flaming Arrow:(banging his fist on the table continually) Pale Faces liars! They break treaty! They break word! They...OH! I break hand.
Capt.Parmenter: Would Gen. Grant have surrendered? Would Lafayette have surrendered? Would Washington have surrendered?!
Capt. Parmenter: (panicing somewhat) What? Did he surrender?
Capt.Parmenter:(speaking to the troop) You are your nation's first line of defense.
Agarn: I hope the country's got a second line.
Crazy Cat: Uh oh. Here comes trouble.
Wild Eagle: Palefaces not necessarily mean trouble.
Crazy Cat: Not necessarily mean not trouble.
Wild Eagle: Not necessarily mean not not trouble.
Crazy Cat: Not necessarily...
Wild Eagle: Enough! One more not and I put knot in your tongue.
O'Rourke: Men are going to fall apart if they don't get food soon.
Agarn: Even Duddleson's losing weight. This morning he was standing next to the flagpole ... Vanderbilt tried to run Old Glory up him.
O'Rourke: And Duffy. I caught him pouring salt on his shoe.
Capt. Parmenter: That's dreadful!
Agarn: Well, actually the lacings weren't bad if you thought of them as spaghetti with metal tips.
Agarn: Sarge, if I thought there was going to be any fighting, I'da never joined the Army.
Flaming Arrow: Beware of palefaces bringing gifts.
Capt. Parmenter: No, no, no, no. That's Greeks bearing gifts. You know, the Trojan Horse?
Flaming Arrow: Me old, but me not that old.
Agarn: How about James Madison?
Flaming Arrow: Me visit President Madison and wife. Wife say, "Hello, Flaming Arrow." Me say, "Hello, Dolly."
Wild Eagle: (about Flaming Arrow) Him very ancient. Live through 147 burning hot summers.
Crazy Cat: Also live through 147 freezing cold winters.
Flaming Arrow: And you call that living.
Phil Harris was billed as a "special guest star" immediately following the episode title card.
Marilyn Fisk, credited as Marilyn Tucker, was the wife of show star Forrest Tucker.
Wild Eagle: Now we got trouble. Trouble in Hekawi camp.
Frank De Kova's delivery of this line implies it's a variation of a line from "Ya Got Trouble," a song from the 1962 musical, The Music Man. It was spoken with a cadence and emphasis similar to what Robert Preston used in singing, "Yes, sir, we got trouble. Right here in River City."