Alfred plans to take Kathy to see the movie The Atomic Pizza. Last week, they watched The Human Hamburger Goes to Hawaii.
Outside of the Drucker's General Store, which was closed, Haney tries to sell Oliver a "professional lock picker's kit", Japanese opera glasses made for the Emperor to watch Japanese operas, and a brick endorsed by the FBI (Federal Burglars' Institute).
Arnold went to Pixley for his swimming lesson and to have hamburgers with the other kids.
Kimball offers to show the teenagers a new agriculture department film, The Sex Life of the Corn Bore.
Lisa offers Mr. Colby a cup of dry coffee grounds. Eb later says how much he likes her crunchy coffee.
The new Hooterville town sign says the population is 48 and the elevation is 23". Drucker says the "Pop." has dropped to 46 and the "El." is now 18".
Sign painters the Monroe Brothers can't spell. The writing on their car says "Country Rode Sign Department". Their caution sign reads "RR Crossing Cawshun".
Lisa serves cups of cream and sugar, but doesn't get around to brewing any coffee.
As Lisa deals cards to predict Oliver's future, the "Executive Producer," "Written by," and "Directed by" credits appear on the first three cards.
The Haney Employment Service employs a computer-tator. It's a combination of a computer and a potato peeler.
Eb is off the tour when he plugs Tadpole's AC guitar into the D/C outlet and blows out his instruments, speakers, and three of his tooth fillings.
The Original Tadpole Talbot's big songs include "Tiptoe Though the Barnyard" and "I've Got a Right to Drink the Booze". All were released by the Connubial label.
Thirty years earlier, $7000 was budgeted for paving the road. The cost now is $22 million.
For lunch, Lisa prepares cold cuts by heating them in the oven and then placing them in the refrigerator.
Lisa points out that whenever Oliver refers to "clodheads", he end up complaining at the county seat. When he talks about "malletheads", he goes to the state capital. Those "otherheads" means the White House.
So that Big Joe Haney will know that Eustace Haney sent him, Oliver should use the password, "A mustard with a hot dog on it".
The state bought Mr. Ziffle's house thirty years ago for $150. It's now worth $15,000.
Lisa thinks their senator is a famous actor. Yes, he tells her he's Lyle Talbot. She doesn't know him. Mr. Talbot was a prolific actor who made almost 200 films and was a founder of the Screen Actor's Guild.
The Birnbacher will is being contested by the man's sister-in-law on the grounds he was mentally incompetent. Oliver says he's planing to fight it.
Haney conducts a $3 tour of the highlights of Arnold Ziffel's life. Highlights include meeting "famous pig lawyer" Oliver Douglas, the log pig sty Arnold was born in, and the proposed site of the Arnold Ziffel stadium.