Tagline: "We're getting a bike. We're not getting a bike. What am I doing?" -Mega Lo Mart Clerk
Luanne does not appear in this episode.
Bobby attends a Cane Skretteburg concert in this episode. Cane Skretteburg was first shown in the episode "The Man Who Shot Cane Skretteburg". However, all the band members of his band, including him, look completely different.
Bobby: It's awful, Joseph. My only moment of privacy today was in the bathroom-- and even then, my mom sat outside the door and sang to me.
Joseph: Dude, that's pretty weird. Unless... What song was it?
Dale: Hank, you wouldn't last one day in the wild. Any skilled outdoorsman knows the female of a species is always the most fierce and calculating. That's why you never fight a lady monkey.
Kahn: Hey, Hank Hill! I knew rednecks abandoned cars and refrigerators. Guess we can throw kids on the list, too.
Hank: Ah, dang it! Peggy told Minh, didn't she? She's gonna sell me out to the entire neighborhood.
Peggy: I can't believe it. I-I don't leave my sunglasses in the car overnight, but I leave my boy in a parking lot? If he takes a hammer to our heads while we sleep, I would not blame him.
Hank: Are you kicking me on purpose?
Peggy: Hank, I am not kicking you, I am playing footsie.
Hank: Oh, right. (nervous laughter) Well, uh..you're it!
Dale: I will live the next 7 days without modern conveniences and live off the land. I'll even eschew date night.
Hank: Date night?
Dale: Every Friday night, Nancy and I go out on the town and we don't go home until Nancy runs out of money.
Bobby: (on the phone with Hank) I'm at the Get In, Get Out. I hope you're happy. I'm watching prostitutes buy pantyhose!
Joseph: (looking at a mannequin) I don't care if she doesn't have a head. That chick is hot!
Joseph: My dad and I never do things together. He says it's safer if we spread out.
Hank: (asking Peggy on a date) Come on, we could make this a regular thing, like cleaning the gutters or re-grouting.
Survivor Guy: This is a reference to Survivorman, which is basically the same thing mentioned in the show, only with a different name, and is even Canadian, as mentioned by Hank.
The game "Propertyopoly" that the Hills play, is clearly a reference to Monopoly.
Title: An allusion to the 1986 Metallica album Master of Puppets.