Sir Gawain: Cavin, I saw a Gummi Bear!
Cavin: (acting surprised) Really? Wish I could have seen him.
Sir Gawain: Oh you will lad, someday. I'm sure of it.
Grammi: Well, that's the best I can do on such short notice.
Gruffi: Hey, is that a short joke, Grammi?
Sir Tuxford: Have at them, lads. They can't best the knights of Dunwyn.
Toadie: Did you get him?
Igthorn: He didn't stand a chance. That flea bitten rent-a-bum bounty hunter turned when I stood up to him. That coward. (hears a whistle like the bounty hunter's) Don't let him get me! Save me! Save me! (it was a little bird and all the ogres laugh)
Cubbi: I did learn one important lesson from him (Igthorn)...(Igthorn tries to jump and grab the Gummies but they bounced away at the last second) Never trust Igthorn!
Igthorn: I...I just want to say...You sure took long enough!
Grammi: Was he really worth coming back for Cubbi dear.
Cubbi: If I hadn't Grammi, I'd be just as bad as him.
Igthorn: That worthless peasant wart deserted me! That scoundrel! That cheat! (smirkes) I taught that kid too well.
Cubbi: So long, Pigthorn.
Igthorn: That little Scummy Bear!
Ogre: (picking off flower petals) She hate me. I hate her. She hate me. I hate her.
Cubbi: You're rich. Why didn't you just pay him like you said you would?
Igthorn: Lesson one, kid. If you want to make it in this cut throat world, don't ever keep your word. Especially to a villain like that.
Igthorn: He may be the best, but he sure is strange.
(As he aims crossbow down at Igthorn)
Mercenary: Go ahead. Take... My... Pay.
The episode title is a spoof of the Christmas carol "Over the River and Through the Woods".
Duke Igthorn's mercenary, Flint Shrubwood, is clearly influenced by this recognizable character played by Clint Eastwood. His character's recognizable catchphrase, "Go ahead, make my day", is spoofed in the phrase "Go ahead, take my pay."
Movie Allusion: The tile of the episode is a spoof of the Spaghettie Western
"For a Few Dollars More" by Sergio