Tagline: "Nobody makes cheese like the Americans." -Hank
Boomhauer does not have any lines in this episode.
Luanne does not appear in this episode.
Peggy (describing her dream) I murdered Principal Moss, Hank. But instead of making me the new principal, they appointed me Queen of the school district. I had an emerald crown.
John Redcorn: It's Nancy? My Nancy? You're having dirty dreams about my sweet Nan-Nan?
Hank: Say, is that a new suede vest?
John Redcorn: Nancy used to like it when I kept the vest on during sex. Do you want it?
Hank: Oh, God!
John Redcorn: Here, take it! Take it all!
Hank: Nobody makes cheese like the Americans, I tell you what.
Dale: I know all about your naked dream with my wife! That's right, John Redcorn told me everything. He's a true friend, unlike you.
Nancy: We were lucky. Dale and I took a fourteen-year intimacy break while I saw John Redcorn for migraines. So now it's back like when we were first dating.
Peggy: But I can't take a fourteen-year break! They'll have sex robots by then, and Hank won't need me!
Bill: Which of us hasn't had an innocent sex dream about a friend's wife?
Hank: I am not exposing myself in public. That's illegal. The press would have a field day. You know how they're always trying to take propane down a notch.
Peggy: Hank, why don't we go someplace more private? You certainly can't live out your fantasy with all these naked women around.
Peggy: You don't want me anymore. You want other women. Younger, equally pretty women.
Peggy:...are you turned on by the propane?
Hank: You bet!
Peggy: Here's your egg sandwich, Hank. I cannot legally call it a McMuffin, but you will never know the difference.
The episode title alludes to Suge Knight the familiar nickname of legendary Hip-Hop producer and recording company executive Marion Knight, Jr. who rose from somewhat modest jobs like being a short term replacement pro football player to eventually being head of a considerable media empire for a while. Perhaps a slight parallel with a substitute teacher who dreamt at night of her own Machiavellian rise to School District Monarch before reality intruded.
The title of this episode "Sug Night" combines Nancy' Gribble's favorite word "Sug" with the common phrase "Good Night".