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.
Oliver's tax refund check is for $84.72.
Arnold's teacher orders him to write 100 times on the chalkboard, "I will not forget my notebook".
Sam Drucker is the outgoing school board president. He says he's been "schoolboarding" for 27 years.
Arnold's award-winning painting is titled "Nude at a Filing Station". Hanging in the principal's office is "Nude at a Watering Trough". Lisa also mentions "Nude at a Flower Pot" as being one of Arnold's six nudes.
Mr. Colby's cow is named Irene.
Oliver tries to salvage his trampled corn by applying splints to the stalks.
Mr. Wheeler works for the Salt Lake City Salt Lick Company.
Oliver's long-winded speech lasts 2 hours and 15 minutes.
Oliver is shown shirtless three times and in his boxer shorts twice. In one scene he wears a gold cross around his neck and a pair of white undies with red polka dots.
Willie served 40 years in prison.
Abanonding his case in New York costs Oliver his $5000 lawyer's fee.
Hooterville is located in Hooterville County according to a callOliver places to that office.
Transpixley Airlines makes an emergency landing in Crabwell Corners because of problems with the rubber band holding the compass together.
Mr. Haney will buy the puppy from Lisa for $2, raise and train it, and when it's grown, sell it back to her for $2. Plus only $900 in expenses.
The home office of the Haney Auto Club is Salmon Creek, Alaska. The sheriff's deputy is there giving a safety lecture.