Tagline: "This ain't no rodeo bro-dad!" -Surfer Kid
After Bill finds out his waving is on the news he stops that car and gets out. When he opens his door to get out his seat belt is off, but just a second before in another angle his seat belt was on.
Hank: I don't know what the heck's going on here but someone needs to get their asses kicked.
Bobby: Finally. Yes. Thank you. It's time to kick their local asses.
Hank: Bobby. Language.
(Bobby is explaining his trouble with the 'local' surfers at the water park)
Luanne: That is so weird, because I always have really good experiences with surfers. Did they help put your sunscreen on, Bobby?
Hank: 'Locals only'? That's the most insane thing I've ever heard of - nobody lives in an amusement park!
Luanne: I read in a magazine about a girl surfer who was attacked by a shark, and against all odds, she still managed to be pretty.
Joseph (explaining why he's at the Hill house): My dad has the heat cranked all the way up! He said something about fighting fire with fire, but it wasn't working for me!
Lady: Nice Daisy Dukes!
Daisy Dukes are the slang term for cut up short shorts. That style of shorts were popularized by the character Daisy Duke from "Dukes of Hazzard" and were subsequently named after her.
The name of Bodhi, is most likely an homage to the character of the same name in the film "Point Break" in which Bodhi is the leader of a surfing gang.
Luanne: "I read in a magazine about a girl surfer who was attacked by a shark, and against all odds, she still managed to be pretty."
This is a reference to Bethany Hamilton, a professional surfer who lost her arm in a shark attack on October 31st, 2003. She wrote about her experience in the 2004 autobiography "Soul Surfer: A True Story of Faith, Family, and Fighting to Get Back on the Board" and there was a movie based upon her experience called Soul Surfer.