Tagline: "All sloppy and no Joe." -Bobby
The strip on Peggy's nose disappears on the side view shots.
Dale: I'm gonna kill a killer! I'm gonna kill a killer!
Peggy: (crying to Hank) I guess you're happy now. (sobs) You get to say.....I told you so. (sobs some more and then mutters) Jerk.
(In a store, Dale tries on some kitchen gloves, and then asks a lady)
Dale: Excuse me, but would you know if these gloves are good for killing a man?
(The lady takes off in fear. Dale then finds a turkey baster and pretends to use it on himself like a lethal injection needle)
Wesley: Peggy, if you bring me my Boggle set, you'll make my dreams come true.
Peggy: I am a 'dream weaver'.
Wesley: How do you say: Peggy is the smartest, most talented woman in this world?
Peggy: Hmmm. That would be: Peggy is bueno.
Bobby: (to Peggy) You got a letter. Smells like the ones Luanne used to get from her mother in prison, only prisonier.
Hank: So I guess it's this convict's word against my wife's. Now, let's see, who can we trust? Peggy, have you ever decapitated anyone?
Peggy: No, I don't believe I have. How about you, Wes? Have you ever done anything that caused a man's head to come off?
Bobby: My Sloppy Joe is all Sloppy and no Joe.
Dale: Where's Old Sparky?
Warden: Old Sparky's been put out to pasture. We use lethal injection.
Dale: Okay, where's Old Squirty? Dead is dead, I don't care how we get there.
Dale: Executioning. For us exterminators, that's the major league. The show.
Bobby: (to Peggy) Hey you covered up my essay on pollution.
Hank: (real loud) I don't know Bobby. I guess to get your mother's attention, we are going to have to kill someone.
Bobby: (only on CC) Okay.
Peggy: Listen to this, it's from an old student of mine. He's on Death Row. "...and as I raise my hand for possibly my final question, I hope that Ms. Peggy Hill will call on me one more time, because she is the person who has had the most positive impact on my life. Sincerely, Wesley Martin Archer."
Bobby: That's a good name for a killer.
Peggy says that Wes sang "White Christmas" to her. "White Christmas" is a slang term for cocaine.
Listed as a potential executioner is John Altschuler, a writer of this and 8 other King of the Hill episodes.
The Convict on death row is named Wes Archer. Wes is the director of this episode.
The Susan Sarandon movie Boomhauer is referring to is "Dead Man Walking", which is about a woman who starts a special relationship with a man on death row (played by Sean Penn). Boomhauer also talks about Spicoli, which is a character in another movie ("Fast Times at Ridgemont High"), but is played by Sean Penn.
The episode, Death and Texas refers to the old joke, "The only sure things in life are death and taxes."
On the list of prison guards is the name "Alex de Large", who is also the central character in Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange.