Lisa says monkey racing was the second most popular sport in Budapest. Number one was goulash betting. (There was a big pot of goulash in the town square and the residents would bet on when it would boil over.)
A burned-out bearing in the IRS computer results in Fred Ziffel getting a refund of $62,000, Newt Kiley: $45,000 and Mr. Colby: $38,000. In total, Hooterville residents got $572,000.
Lisa and Eb accuse Oliver of cheating on his taxes since one year he "deducticated" his mother's teeth as an entertainment expense.
Oliver's tax refund check is for $84.72.
Oliver: (unable to get the locals to return the money) They're going to invest the money in Mr. Haney's monkey racing track.
Fred Feldinger: What is that?
Lisa: It's a track where the monkeys race around chasing a wooden banana.
Oliver: You know about them?
Lisa: Oh, yes. They had them all over Budapest. It was the biggest sport in Hungary. Well, not the biggest sport. The biggest sport was-- Well, the government put a stop to that, too.
Fred Feldinger: Uh, what one was that?
Lisa: Goulash betting.
Oliver: (explaining the check he received in the mail) It's a refund on my income tax.
Fred: What's that?
Oliver: It's a tax you pay on your income.
Colby: When did that go into effect?
Oliver: You mean you never heard of the income tax?
Fred: How could we. We never had no income.
Haney: (calling the monkey race on the radio) The monkeys are in the starting gate! All set? Release the banana! And here come the monkeys!
Harold Gilmore: (rock shatter his office window) Must be close to April 15th. That's when the rocks start flying.