Tagline: "He wants you to bring him some pants." -Joe Jack
Luanne does not appear in this episode.
Not only would there be a law against starting a bon fire on the lot of a propane store, someone like Hank would never consider doing it. Although, he did smoke on the property once!
Hank (to Peggy): You're lucky you can enjoy your work. Tomorrow I'm the official "Strickland Tickler" (makes impression of tickling with his fingers, shudders) I might have to call in sick.
Joe Jack: (about Buck) When he comes back, I say we throw a blanket over his head and do what feels right!
Hank: (to Joe Jack) You're not trapped in here, we're kinda being held hostage.
The song being played at the very beginning of the episode, in Jugstore Cowboys is "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" by Pat Benatar.
The ice-cream parlor where Buck starts to hang out is similar to the popular ice-cream company Coldstone Creamery.
"Jugstore Cowboy," the strip joint that Buck was banned from, is a homage to the 1989 movie Drugstore Cowboy starring Matt Dillon.
The title is a reference to a Happy Mondays song, which in turn was the title of a cult-movie by the same name "24 Hour Party People", depicting the rise and fall of a "madchester" legend, Factory records.
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