Drobney's son is the second gift from Lisa's Uncle Janos. The first was a package of dirty laundry.
Sam Drucker: I think since Drobny's the son of a Hungarian war hero, we ought to get an American war hero to give him a personal welcome.
Hank Kimball: Like who?
Sam Drucker: Well, there's only one great American war hero I know.
Fred Ziffel: Yeah, John Wayne.
Sam Drucker: Here are the suggestions the committee made for our Drobny Day celebration: the Bolshoi Ballet, the Canadian Mounties' Marching Band, and Carol Bakewell's All-Girl Bell Ringers.
Sam Drucker: What we gotta do is figure some way to attract outside money here. Remember the crowds that used to flock in on weekends?
Haney: Yeah. Too bad Newt Kiley's two-headed rooster died.