Tagline: "Flapjacks!" (Cowbell rings) -Peggy
Bobby says he will be a shoo-in for class clown if he gets to do the morning announcements. However, in "What Makes Bobby Run," Connie says the year book is no longer allowed to do the end-of-the-year categories because "last year's worst-dressed winner turned out to be really poor."
Dale: Nancy, what's Redcorn doing in our shower?
Man: Look, Gribble's got a standing order for alien urine. Eight drums, $319. You won't find a better price.
Hank: That seems like a lot of money. Couldn't this wait thirty hours?
Man: In thirty hours it'll be pure zephyrum!
Hank: Where am I supposed to get mice?
Dale: I left a plate of bacon in your attic. You should have plenty by nightfall.
Dale: Count me out. The vast majority of unauthorized face removals happen to people in hospitals.
Hank: You disappoint me, Dale.
Dale: Get in line.
Bill: John Force is the greatest funny-car racer ever. He's done more in a quarter-mile than I've done in my whole life.
(Hank has just broken the news to Dale that he promised his kidney to someone else after John Force didn't need it)
Dale: YOU CAN'T DO THAT! I can't believe this, you were supposed to protect me! (heart monitor goes off) Oh god -They know I know- I'm in the network! Why isn't my head wrapped in tin foil?
Doctor: Mr. Gribble, we're gonna need you to calm down... look at me! (injects him with a sedative)
Dale: It's happening! The harvest has begun! How could you let this happen to me, Hank?! I trusted you! I... (passes out)
Hank: Sorry Dale.
Doctor: Mr. Hill, you have nothing to feel guilty about - that was just some typical post-op dementia, brought on by the anesthesia. It was not the real Dale talking.
Hank: No, that was him.
Nancy: I couldn't help noticing, Sug, you're not eating any solids and you're only drinking clear fluids.
Dale: That's because I'm donating my kidney to John Force tomorrow.
Dale: Oh, did I not mention that? I won't be home for three days. Well, gotta go get shaved (gets up and walks towards the door) - love you!
Dale: (giving instructions about his kidney to the boy recieving it) At least once a week give him a can of Mountain Dew. He likes that.
Boomhauer: Just like dang ol' Grease Lightnin'!
Boomhauer is referring to the race car "Greased Lightning" that some of the characters are repairing in the 1978 musical Grease, starring Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta.
The title is a play on John Gunther's classic book Death Be Not Proud.