Hank, Bobby and Peggy are eating at Sugarfoot's. On their table, there is a mayo container. Peggy starts talking, and then it shows a close-up of Hank. Then there is a shot of the table again. This time, there is a mustard bottle in the same position and shape as the mayo. The mayo is gone.
Tagline: "But I thought you'd be proud." -Hank "We're Not" -Tom Landry
Rooster has a slightly different look and different voice then he did in his last appearance, "The Buck Stops Here".
Hank (as he has just run a redlight at Bucks' demand, heard a cop's siren behind him, but the officer simply waves and says 'fancy driving!' as he passes, dumbfounding Hank): What does that have to do with being a reckless driver? Let me tell you about another Reckless Driver; his name was Paul Revere...
Hank: Can you guys keep a secret?
(at the same time)
Bill: You bet
Bobby: Donuts were what I lived for. If the government takes away puppy's breath and good yawns, I don't know what I'll do...
Hank: It's not even your real birthday!?
Lucky: My people die young, Uncle Hank; I gotta get all the birthdays in I can.
(Ted Wassonasong and Kahn come up to Sugarfoot's Express)
Hank: But the food bans were your idea!
Ted: A contradiction on the surface, but unlike many, I have the discipline to enjoy such indulgences.
Kahn: That's right Hank Hill, Ted Wassonasong better than you!
Ted: Perhaps it is education, perhaps breeding - the debate rages on.
Buck Strickland: Sugarfoot's Express - the food you want at a price that reflects the risk involved!
Dale: I'm dying for a raw oyster! I never liked them before, but now that they're contraband, I must have them!!
Hank: The last thing Arlen needs is a food ban!
City Council Member: Are you saying you're for childhood obesity?!
The song playing during the montage is "Give The People What They Want" by O'Jays.
Buck Strickland: I'll be just like Joe Kennedy running whiskey during Prohibition!
While the allegations were never proven, Senator Joseph Kennedy was accused of importing liquor from Canada when alcohol was outlawed by the U.S. government during Prohibition.