On the cabinet right by the kitchen entrance (from the living room) there is a cork board, which is not present in any other episode.
Tagline: "Ha ha ha ha ha!" -Hank
Luanne does not appear in this episode.
At the end of the episode when Dale's place in the vocation catalogue is shown, you can see that the text is just the same paragraph repeated, beginning with "However, as the labor market becomes more specialized...".
Dale (Preparing to exterminate a fake crop of beetles that have 'infestated' the basket-making factory): Women and small men look away; you do not want my nightmares!
Hank: Anytime I can contribute to a 'Made in America' label, I'm on board.
Hank: Okay Dale, fill in the blank. Hank and Dale are going to spend a time being:
A) in a pit crew, B) fishing guides or C)brew masters. There is no wrong answer
Dale: I like the 'Hank and Dale' part; I don't like the part about learning something.
Nancy: (to Dale) Just remember, when you get back, there's nothing sexier than a breadwinner!
(Dale and Hank are at orientation at the basket weaving factory)
Dale: I have a question – I find it interesting that pockets were derived from baskets and were originally called 'pants baskets'.
Instructor: That's not a question.
Basket Maker: Basket weavers are only second to postal workers in suicides and workplace assaults!
(Peggy is telling Nancy to send Dale on a vocation vacation)
Nancy: Unless the vacation is to a dank basement with a bunch of weird crap in it Dale won't go.
Dale: I'm an exterminator - it's in my bones! I think it got in through my lungs.
Dale: My Spring Harvest Classic! The jewel of my basket collection has been taken!! (spots Nancy using it to sort bills) Agh! My basket!!
Nancy: I'm sorry sug, but to me it's just a container to hold things.
Dale: Just a container? I'll tell you what this basket contains - unconditional love!
SeeMe: The site that the video was posted on is a spoof of YouTube.
The title is an allusion to 1976 hit song "Dream Weaver" by Gary Wright.