Haney shows Oliver a couple of gifts that would be good birthday presents for Arnold: a battery powered fur-lined snout warmer, and a matching mink car coat.
Lisa's present for Oliver ate Eb's and flew away.
Lisa puts the curtains in the washer and dryer while they're till on the rod.
The card Oliver receives from Eb reads, "Happy Birthday oh boss o' mine/ Hope this finds you well and fine--"
Haney tries to sell Oliver a birthday card for Arnold that reads, "Happy Birthday, oh pig o' mine/ Hope this finds you well and fine/ The joys you brought me all through life--"
The birthday card that Oliver receives from his mother reads, "Happy Birthday, oh son o' mine/ Hope this finds you well and fine/ The joys you brought me all through life/ Never any sorrow, never any strife/ And now you're married, and have a wife/ Happy Birthday, oh son of mine."
Mr. Haney's is peddling birthday cakes in this show. Sarah, the world's fastest cake printer, prepares three while Oliver argues with Mr. Haney. Those cakes read: 1) Will you get lost? 2) Beat it! and 3) Oh you dirty...!
Mr. Haney cuts Eb a deal and agrees to play his chauffeur for $8. He claims his usual fee is $10.
Eb receives 480 letters in response to his lonely hearts ad in Playmate magazine.
Lisa explains that Fedor is not really her uncle. He's her father's cousin on the other side of her mother. He rented a room from them at the palace.
When the alarm clock awakens Lisa at the start of the show, she tries to get Oliver to roll over and watch the opening credits as they appear.
Haney's do-it-yourself protection kit consists of a direct line to the FBI (a phone in a shoe) and an Army-trained Commando dog disguised in a chimp suit.
Dinky claims he got the plans for his moon rocket from Popular Mechanics magazine. He can't show it to Oliver because it crashed into Simpson's Swamp upon re-entry.
For just $87, Haney offers the Douglases dirt dug up from the Sea of Tranquil-lil-ity on the moon and two gen-u-wine Mars rocks hurled at him by a flying saucer.
Sam Drucker scoffs at Haney's plastic chocolate cake for ant control. Instead, he suggests a sponge rubber cherry pie that squeaks their mating call. When an ant bites, it dislocates the critter's jaw.
For the picnic, Lisa prepares peanut butter and liverwurst, and tuna fish and jelly sandwiches.
The "A" package from "Haney's Picnic Supplies", available for just $45, includes the following: A folding table and chair set, a genuine mohair blanket (made from Moe's hair), a bag of fried chicken parts (individually labeled), one dozen colored boiled eggs and a plastic chocolate layer cake (ants break their teeth when they try to bite into it).
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.