Tagline: "Here Ki-ki-ki-ki!" -Bobby
Luanne does not appear in this episode.
Hank: I don't know what got into her. Ladybird just started biting this -- white guy. A white guy! Ladybird's biting a white guy, Peggy!
Hank: Bobby, I know you're knowledgeable of black videos and whatnot, and right now I need you to use your love of Puffy and Diddy and Snoopy to help me.
Peggy: I'll tell you something right now: We cannot afford to have that dog running amok, biting every black person she sees. It makes us look like a bunch of ignorant rednecks. Oh, and it's bad for black people too.
Bill: Ladybird's so nice she'd let someone drink out of her own bowl, no matter how drunk they were.
Hank: Hello, you must be the repairman that Peggy called behind my back.
Peggy: Mack, this is Hank, the man that almost killed us.
Bobby: Dad, are you playing with dolls? Hank: No, I'm uhh, interacting with them. Bobby: Oh. Can I interact with the dolls, too?
Hank: My dog is a racist.
The episode storyline is similar to the movie White Dog about an adopted dog that turns out to have been trained to hate Black people and the episode title may allude to the film.
Hank: Puffy, Diddy, Snoopy
When Hank is talking about rappers he is referring to Puff Daddy/P Diddy, and Snoop Dogg.
Dale: ...shoot her between the eyes "Old Yeller" style...
Old Yeller is the name of a dog from a book of the same name. Old Yeller gets shot at the end of the book.
Hank quoted segments of the "I Have a Dream" speech by Martin Luther King Jr. a number of times throughout the episode.
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