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Kahn mentions that the name Kahn is an anagram for Hank.
We find out in this episode that Kahn is manic depressive.
Music: Insane in the Membrane by Cypress Hill (heard as they are trying to get Dale MORE into the mental instutional system to get him out)
This is the second of the "unaired" episodes
20th Century Fox Television initially ordered 13 DABE production episodes, but decided to keep the show in production for four additional episodes (DABE14-DABE17). However, the network only aired the last of those four episodes (13 total for that production season), and confirmed it would not air the remaining four unaired episodes (DABE13-DABE16) in prime time, opting instead for syndication. These episodes premiered on May 3-7, 2010 on local stations, and also premiered on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim on May 17-20, 2010. This is the first of these episodes.
Dale's van was presumably converted into The Beef-a-bago for the tag-along trip to the Meat Evaluation State Finals. A large T-bone steak replaced the usual giant Dead Bug on the van roof. Previously shown to be a Chrysler Magic Wagon cargo version as Dale's exterminator working truck, it now has two rows of passenger seating and is carried eleven persons comfortably plus a live calf mascot behind the rear bench.
The final line of the series is "Yep" (said by Bobby), which was the first line of the series (said by Bill). Also the episode ended with a view of the Arlen Water Tower, which is how the show started. These two things show the series has come full circle.
It is revealed in this episode that Boomhauer is a Texas Ranger. He drops his badge on his dresser at the end of the episode.
This is the show's series finale.
In this episode, Tom Landry Middle School is having a homecoming dance which is normally held at high schools, colleges, and universities.
Gordon brings over a two-four case of Slewbacks to challenge Hank to a beer drinking contest. The moose design on the Slewback case is similar to the Moosehead Beer design.
In the episode "Born Again on the Fourth of July" it is obviously summer (as it is 4th of July). But in this episode Hank is celebrating the beginning of summer. The 4th of July episode was 4 episodes before this one, ran in syndication it makes no sense at all.
Boomhauer is better at speaking French than English.
This episode reveals Boomhauer's first name: Jeff.
Final appearance of John Redcorn.
In previous episodes, Bill's house is on the other side of the alley. In this episode, it's revealed that the alley is shared by Rainey Street and Milton Street. Wouldn't that mean that Bill's a Milton Street resident?
Bobby's full name is Robert Jeffry Hill.
Bobby attends a "Cane Skretteburg" concert in this episode... perhaps the same boy from the season 2 episode "The Man Who Shot Cane Skretteburg" ?
Hank says in this episode that Strickland and his son mooned the graves of Elvis and his twin brother Jesse Garon Presley at Graceland which is impossible since Jesse's actual grave is in Tupelo, Mississippi.
Bobby saying, "Those kids ain't right" echoes what Hank Hill often said of Bobby in the early seasons of the series: "That boy ain't right."
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