The "Haney Automotive Club", as the sign on his truck says, wants to charge Mort $45 to change a flat tire.
Mort Warner as the same birthmark on his tush as Doris Ziffle.
Tessie's films include The Great Drain Robbery, Up the Nile, Ben's Her, and a prison picture called Romeo and Joliet in which she played "Scarface."
Mr. Haney's great-grandfather (named Originally Haney) bought the "Old Haney Place" from Calvin Whittaker. Hank Kimball's great-grandfather, who owned the butcher shop, was named Fritz Kimball.
When Tessie is playing Cleopatra in a film, the title card reads, "Bring Me a Ripe Asp".
After Ralph squirts Oliver with vanishing spray, he turns invisible. Eb hears the disembodied voice of Mr. Douglas as the car door opens and the vehicle seemingly drives off by itself.
"Haney's Cosmetetical Supply" carries Madame Yvette's Face Rejuvinating Cream made from hamster milk. To demonstrate how well the product works, he presents his grandmother; she doesn't look a day over 21.
Prior to Lisa's involvement, the only cosmetics carried by Drucker's store are Mercurochrome (used as nail polish), Pitney's Lamp Black (used for eye shadow), and his biggest seller, Givney's Silver Polish, which gives women a nice shine and keeps them from tarnishing in the sun.
In this episode, the opening credits appear as the Douglases are trying to go to sleep. Each time Lisa turns off the light, another pops up on the dark screen.
More cooking mistakes from Lisa. She makes Oliver and Eb lemonade that tastes like kerosene and liverwurst and grape jelly sandwiches with mayonnaise and ketchup.
Mr. Haney offers Oliver the planting services of Agnes Cudahy, "the last of the authentic seed spitters." She can accurately spit seeds into two furrows at the same time.
Ralph says she and Hank have been together almost eight years.
Haney offers Lisa her a choice of Tabernacle Choirs: the one from Salt Lake City or Stankwell Falls. He recommends Stankwell Falls since their bass section is better.
Sam Drucker says this is the 295th ceremony he's conducted since becoming a Justice of the Peace.
According to the wedding ceremony, the couple's full names are Ralph Waldo Monore and Henry Wadsworth Kimball.
Lisa's planning on 485 wedding guests for Ralph (4 relatives, the rest carpenters). Hank's allowed 6 guests, including himself.
Lisa calls New York to get quotes for Ralph's wedding. The lowest estimate is $17,000. The highest is $98,000 and features the Radio City Rockettes.
Oliver's pants come back from the cleaners without their pockets. They arrive seperately and he has to sew them back in.
Between Lisa and Oliver, Mr. Wurthwaxer is called by the names Mr. Waxworks, Mr. Wixworker and Mr. Wokwicker.
Lisa makes lemonade by filling a pitcher with water and tossing in whole, unpeeled lemons. Eb asks for her sauerkraut-ade.