To prove Peggy's innocence Hank tastes the Brown Betty, however, it took Brooks a long time to show any signs of sickness, so that method wasn't really proving anything.
There was no tagline for this episode as it had shots of the special guest voices and then a muted scene from the episode while a Randy Travis song played, instead of the usual theme song.
When Peggy mentions that Randy stole her story, she mentions Boggle as one of the things, but he never said anything about Boggle.
Dunn : I got a teenage daughter at home, and every time her boyfriend calls, I say she's out with Brad Pitt.
Luanne : Oh, I love Brad Pitt. Your daughter is so lucky.
Hank: Dale, Randy Travis' booth is empty!
Dale: No it's not, I got his autograph. (hands Hank a slip of paper) It's our alibi.
Hank: To our number one fan, Dale. Signed the Oakridge Boys?
Dale: He's the one with the beard, right?
Luanne: Aunt Peggy what are you doing? Randy Travis is going to ask Uncle Hank on stage for saving his life.
Peggy: Well Hank doesn't want me anywhere near that concert. He said I'll probably take a swing at Faith Hill for stealing our last name.
Peggy: I hope you brought your appetites, because I made spa-Peggy and meatballs!
Assistant Pastor: Did she say "spa-Peggy?"
Hank: Well, "spa-Peggy" is kind of like spaghetti. I'm not sure what Peggy does different, if anything. But it's the one dish she's kind of made her own.
(Connie and Bobby want to keep in touch while Bobby is at the country music festival)
Connie: I got you this phone card at the mall. It's good for ten minutes and has Tony Danza's picture on it.
Bobby: Connie, my girl, Buddha broke the mold when he made you!
Peggy: This Is Just The Way God Made Me is uniquely Peggy Hill.
Randy Travis: I don't plead anything. I never saw your song. This is a form letter from my guard dog lawyers. If I had a dime for every song a fan sent me, I'd be Dolly Parton rich.
Randy Travis: Propane salesman? Now that is something that would make a good song.
Hank: I have been saying that for years.
The song "Just the Way God Made Me" was a song written for this episode, and is not an actual Randy Travis song.