Lisa and Eb are watching a movie about a grandfather who promises he will come back as a champion racehorse. As Fishmouth, he wins the big race for his granddaughter and the residents of South Ashburyville.
Lisa says her Uncle Rudolph was reincarnated as a goat.
As Arnold plays checkers against Kimball, we see a pig's leg pick up a checker and hop it across the board. Kimball loses.
According to his old roommate, Oliver's nickname at Harvard was "Dimples".
Sam Drucker says he lost $50 on a previous "Looney Luke" invention: an electric spat buttoner.
Lisa makes an chocolate cake by putting milk and eggs directly into the mix box, shaking it, and placing the box in the oven.
Mr. Drucker says the trunk's from the Hooterville theatre production of Me, Harry and the Monkey.
When Lydia sees Harry again, he's working as a mannequin for Barker's Bilious Pills.
Haney makes Eb the distributor for Lickwell Liver Lotion, which "softens chapped livers".
Haney claims to carry the silver line of Claudia Gruber, who designed all the patterns for Her Majesty Queen Louis III.
On the back of Haney's truck is Kitty Joy, "Hooterville's only professional flower girl". For $2, she will "strew" you with rose petals all the way to the alter. For $2 more, she will "strew" you with carnations.
While trying to pry wedding information out of Lisa, Mr. Haney claims to be a correspondent for the Stankwell Falls Gazette.
Ralph Monroe catches Lisa's bouquet at the wedding.
Lisa's pet deer, Clarissa, is the mother of three.
The reasons on Lisa's petition to ban deer hunting: 1-It is bad, 2-It is unnecessary, 3-It is cruel to kill anything, and 4-And for signing this, Mr. Douglas will pay you $100.
While making a fast exit from the Secretary of Agriculture's office, Hank Kimball says he's Dooley Hickens from Albuquerque. Dooley Hickens was the name of the county's great crate writer in episode #71 The Thing.
Haney posts a sign on the Douglas house saying "Green Acres Inn".
In their room, Arnold gets his own bed while Hank and Eb share one.
Hank Kimball tells the Secretary of Agriculture's secretary that his full name is Henry Necessary Kimball. Or perhaps it's Henry Narcissus Kimball.
When Eb and Mr. Kimball are sitting on the plane before take-off, there is a landscape out the window, but briefly you blue sky and clouds soaring by, even though the plane is still on the ground.