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.
The Executive Producer, Writer and Director credits are seen by Sam Drucker, on copies of the "World Guardian" newspaper he's printing.
Oliver is irritated by repeatedly being endlessly referred to as "the famous pig lawyer''.
The desk clerk presents Oliver with an itemized bill totaling $885: $350 for Arnold's royal suite, $228 for room service (Arnold threw a champagne party for the chamber maids), and $185 for repapering the ping pong room. The Douglases' charges are only $6 for their junior suite and $25 for the hotel doctor. (No, none of this adds up to $885.)
When Eb calls Sam Drucker's store from Chicago, he asks the operator for Hooterville 2-3, ring one.
Charlie the rooster pecks on the Douglases' bedroom door and "crows" the opening credits. He has trouble with the "Written by" so Lisa coaches him with that one.
Mr. Haney has two current business cards. One states "Mr. Haney, Tracer of Lost Pig Heirs". The other says "Mr. Haney, Professional Pig Witness".
Doris Ziffel is in Philadelphia caring for Fred's eighty-year-old mother. She broke her leg in a Roller Derby match.
Lisa's latest cooking catastrophe: she fries a dozen eggs while they're still in their cardboard carton. She also serves spaghetti using organge juice as sauce.
The popular suggestion for entertaining Mudder is to show her Ben Miller's three-legged chicken.
When Haney and the Countess are watching a movie on TV, he says, "Ain't that Gene Autry great?" Pat Buttram was the 1950s comic sidekick to cowboy star Gene Autry in films and his television series..
Haney tries to court Lisa's mother but he's supposedly married. He's made references to this fact on seveal occasions. Has he mysteriously had a divorce or become widowed? He refers to himself as a "bachelor" in this episode?
Lisa's mother never knows Oliver's name and calls him "Whatshisname". Soon, everyone in Hooterville is calling him that.
Lisa's mother thinks she married Rupert, a mad scientist who wanted to put her in a jar so he could worship her forever.
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.