Luanne does not appear in this episode.
Tagline: "Green dust?" -Hank
(Peggy and Dale have entered a taxidermy competition and brought a very lack-luster entry, which they are trying to remedy last-minute)
Peggy: Oh good, you're back; what did you get?
Dale: So, you know how there's never anything big and dead around when you need it?
Peggy: What did you get? Let's see; 3 groundhogs and ...what is this?
Dale: (dejectedly) Half a groundhog.
Hank: You've gotta be kidding me; who's gonna lick a stamp with Bill Clinton on it?
Hank: I do not have a bully. An adult cannot be bullied by a ten year old
Bill: You sure talk a big game when Caleb's not around...
Caleb: I like nicknames; call me C-Unit
Hank: Okay, C-Unit
Caleb: Now you need a nickname! I think...Dusty Old Bones (sing song) - dusty old bones, full of green dust, dusty old bones, full of green dust.
Dale: (while hunting big game with Peggy) Is that a deer?
Peggy: No Dale, that's the picture on the sign. Again.
Caleb: (riding his bike by Dale, Bill, Hank and Boomhauer in the alley) Dusty old bones, full of green dust!
Hank: I don't get it. Why did he pick on me? I mean, Dale has a dead possum on his shoulder and Caleb completely ignored it!
Guy: Hey look, I'm Kelly Slater!
Kelly Slater is a famous competitive surfer.
Peggy: We call it 'No Taxidermi-ation without Representation.'
Dale and Peggy's final entry into the taxidermy competition is a mock Declaration of Independence signing where a popular catchphrase for the war against England was 'No taxation without representation.' Their display includes a rodent Ben Franklin complete with a kite to represent his experiments with electricity.
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