Peggy invites Luanne to move back in with the Hills at the end of this episode.
Tagline: "Pirate? Waiter? Pirate waiter?" -Dale
Boomhauer does not have any lines in this episode.
Luanne looks across the street to see Bill throwing stuff in his garbage, however she lives next door to him!
Hank is going to Jack the barber for haircuts, but the last time we saw Jack (in "Hank's Bad Hair Day") he went senile and Hank stopped going to him, choosing instead to get his haircuts from Bill.
It's said repeatedly that Luanne flunked out of beauty school, but she didn't; in "Wings of the Dope" she dropped out of beauty school without taking her big cosmetology test, because Buckley's Angel told her that she was meant for something else.
Bill says he's "moonlighting" at the salon but he's clearly working in the daytime. Not only is this line a goof, but it also means he isn't working at his regular Army job.
Luanne: Mr. Dauterive, if you don't take a chance, you'll end up miserable like Mr. Dauterive.
Bobby: Hello. Which hair gel do you suggest for my hair type? "Virgin" or "Dirty Girl"?
Hank: Bobby. Truck.
Luanne: (to a client) Your hair is so sexy. It reminds me of... sex.
Luanne: Dear Lord, I don't want to go back to college, so please help me be sexy. Amen.
Bill: I can give you some money, Luanne. I was just going to use it on... you know... the Internet.
(Luanne pleads with the Hottyz owner for her job)
Luanne: I cannot fail out of the real world. There are no more worlds for me to go to!
(Luanne is in class and starts fixing the hair of the girl in front of her)
Girl: What are you doing?
Luanne: You really shouldn't let your hair get so knotted unless you want it to fall out. If you wanted it to fall out, I'm sorry for fixing it.
Bill: Last night I dreamed about hair. It was a good dream this time, not one of the ones where it forms a noose and strangles me.
In the montage scene the song being played is a techno version of "I Love You Always Forever" by Donna Lewis.
The episode title is a reference to the musical My Fair Lady, which was based on a play by George Bernard Shaw. It was later made into a movie starring Audrey Hepburn.
History Professor: John Adams may not have had Morticia and Thing, but his economic policies were just as scary.
A joking reference to the TV show and movie "The Addams Family." Morticia Addams was a deathly pale woman in a long black dress and Thing was a very active disembodied hand.