Tagline: "I'm your little candyman." -Bobby
Luanne does not appear in this episode.
In the close up of the first girl that gives Bobby a carnation it looks like she is putting it on the strap of his backpack but in the wide shot she is clearly putting it on his shirt.
In the scene in which Bobby calls Connie to ask her out to the dance, he watches her through the kitchen window. Connie, in turn watches Bobby from the window of her bedroom. This is definitely incorrect because numerous earlier episodes already demonstrated that Bobby's bedroom window is actually parallel to Connie's.
Peggy: We should have gotten Bobby a pager. He might have become a drug dealer, but at least we would always know where he is.
Hank: Boy, Boomhauer sure got a way with the ladies.
Dale: That poor bastard has to celebrate Valentine's Day a dozen times with a dozen women.
Bill: Yeah, poor Boomhauer, running around like a fool. I could just cry for him.(Sobbing) I think I'll go do that.
Peggy: Is there anyone else you like?
Bobby: I guess Willa Harris. But I'm telling you, she's gonna say 'no'.
Peggy: Say no to Bobby Hill, and chocolates. I do not think so. I have seen her go through bake sale brownies like a wood chipper!
Hank:(To Bobby) If you don't have any flowers by lunch, just start coughing and go to the nurse's office -- I'll pick you up.
Joseph:(To Bobby) You guys are so sophisticated. When Doug and Shannon broke up, Shannon spit on his bike -- and you know what he did on her driveway.
Joseph: Aw man, it's Charisse. She's so tall, and her braces are so shiny. Do you think she caught me sniffing her scrunchy that time?
Charisse:(To Joseph) A bunch of us are gonna make fun of the janitor later -- bring something to throw.
Bill: Here I am, all alone, no one to have dinner with.
Bobby: Uh, I'll have dinner with you.
Bill: You will! Great! I'll take you to the All we can eat! Let me go put on some sweatpants!
Bill:(Overeating) At least if you're feeling full, you're feeling something.
Bill: Make yourself at home, Bobby. Take your shoes off or, leave 'em on, if you wanna keep your socks clean.
Bill: I got flowers from a woman once. Turns out she was having one of those contests, with her friends, to see who could bring the most pathetic guy to a party. They called it a pig dance... we won.
Bill: Being alone's not all bad. You don't have to dress to impress. That frees up a lot of time, which I fill with sleeping, cause being awake is too depressing.
Joseph: Today's the Valentine's Day flower sale. If a girl likes you, she buys you a carnation. It's just a scam perpetrated by the floral industrial complex, right Dad?
Dale: That's right, Joseph. But still, you don't wanna look like some flowerless loser.
Hank:(To Bobby and Joseph) Hey, you're all dressed up. You kids going to the dentist?
Bobby: I'm not supposed to talk to you, Mr. Dauterive. My mom gave me this whistle in case you start giving me advice.
Bobby: Can I sleep with you guys tonight?
Hank: Well, I guess Boomhauer's secret isn't in housewares.
Peggy: And it's not in the portrait studio, although I did see a very ugly baby there.
(After finding Bobby)
Peggy: It is always the last place you look, because after that, there's no reason to keep looking.
Dale: So I got Nancy the frozen pig's heart for Valentine's Day, but I can't decide which is more romantic: that she finds it next to her pillow in the morning; or the front seat of her car -- so she can think of me all the way to work.
Peggy: The only thing you need to know about Bill is to stay away from him. Everything that man touches turns to...Bill.
Bobby: I can't believe I let Connie get away. If she would just love me again, I would build her a beautiful cage and never let her out.
Bill: What are the odds of me finding another beautiful, classy lady passed out in my lap at a Molly Hatchet concert?
The song playing at the party is "In Too Deep" by Sum 41.
This episode shares its title with a 1999 episode of "The Simpsons."
The episode title alludes to the famous insult I'm with Stupid which was a T-shirt slogan popular in the 1970s