Tagline: "Sometimes the world is cruel to shiny things." -Lucky
Dale: The Wizard of Sod!
Dale: ...wait, can you 'give' somebody Polio?
Bill: I feel like I'm cheating on my lawn!!!!
Hank: Bobby, looks like I'm free this Friday if you want to see that Hilary Duff movie.
Bobby: The Princess and the Poor Girl? All right!
Hank: We're all pretty experienced when it comes to maintaining our own lawns. We just have to treat this field like it's a really big lawn.
Dale: All right! We'll need really big lawnmowers and really big beers.
TV Announcer: Up next: "History's Mysteries, with Nazi Hidden Gold," followed by "Building the Nazi War Machine" and "Nazis of the Desert, Nazis of the Sea."
Luanne: Wow, the Nazis did a lot.
Luanne: Aunt Peggy, Lucky says if we were both in lockup, I could probably take you. But I don't want to do that, because we're family.
Bill: If this field could talk, I bet it would say 'Thanks for watering me, Bill. I was very thirsty. So, handsome, got any plans Friday night?'
Peggy: Luanne, you have a weakness for a certain type of man. You are drawn magnetically back to the trailer, back to the sticky ooze you escaped from.
Luanne: I got off work early, Lucky- aren't ya gonna honk me a kiss?
The movie Bobby wants to see, called "The Princess and the Poor Girl" is possibly a reference to the famous book "The Prince and the Pauper" by Mark Twain, which has had multiple movies loosely based on it.
The episode title is a parody of the classic Bachman-Turner Overdrive song "Takin' Care Of Business."
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