The symphony's composition, also known as Kimball's "Whistling Song", is titled "Fugue for Flute and Timpani".
Schmidlapp screams that he's not going to marry a carpenter, punches Treffinger in the nose, and joins the roller derby.
Oliver says he has 300 acres, 280 which are currently cultivated. He's growing corn, wheat and tomatoes.
Lisa cooks an upside down cake, but can't remember which side is up and which is down.
Lisa says she's not vacuuming, even though she's pushing the vacuum cleaner around, because it's unplugged. Later, she breaks all the dishes as she throws them into the dishwasher.
The Pixley Symphony Orchestra consists of a timpani player, a harpist, and a flutist.
Kimball: I'm glad to know that I have a friend like you, Mr., uh.. uh..
Kimball: Oh yeah. I'll put in a good word for him, too.
Sam: (after Ralph runs Schmidlapp off) Doggone, I don't know what Ralph has, but nobody seems to want it.
Treffinger: I'm sure you've heard the expression "a new broom sweeps clean."
Lisa: No, how does it go?
Lisa: (after Oliver insults her) Well, that's the last time I ever marry him!
(The Pixley Symphony Orchestra turns Kimball's "Whistling Song" into music)
Lisa:(to Oliver) And you said it would never be popular.