In "Lucy Raises Chickens", Fred wants to become the Ricardo's ranch hand because he grew up on a farm. Yet, in this episode, when it comes to milking the cow, Fred passes because he has no experience. If Fred grew up on a farm, it's highly unlikely that he wouldn't know how to milk a cow.
Lucy: Hello, I'd like Ricky Ricardo's room please.....He's not in? Well, I'd like to leave him this message ...HELP! ....No, no name, he'll know who it's from.
Lucy: (to Ethel on the other side of the border) It's nice to know I have a friend in the next country.
Lucy: (to cow) Hey how about giving me a quart? Or a pint? Well make it easier on yourself a half a pint.
Lucy: Well Ricky, go ahead, milk the cow.
Ricky: Not me.
Lucy: Why not? You said you were raised on a farm in Cuba.
Ricky: I was, but you don't milk cigars.
Ethel: How'd you sleep?
Lucy: Oh, pretty good, but when I woke up there was an old goat next to me.
Ethel: So what? That happens to me every morning of my life.
Ricky: My legs are tired.
Lucy: It's good for them. It makes strong leg muscles.
Ricky: Oh sure, just what I need. To play the conga drum with my feet.
Ethel: Let's do it too, huh, Fred? You can get one of those bicycles built for two.
Fred: Yeah, that will be fine for you but what am I going to ride?
Fred: Some group - three wet blankets and a crazy quilt.
Ethel: Well, you'll never get me up on a bicycle.
Fred: On behalf of bicycle seats everywhere, thank you.
The bicycles in this episode were provided by Schwinn.
In order to get the goat to lick Lucy's face, she was smeared with honey.