The song that plays while Luanne and Buckley's Angel jump on the trampoline is "Life in a Northern Town" by The Dream Academy.
Buckley: Before I go, could I have one last kiss?
Luanne: No. That part's over.
Luanne: Chicken thigh.
Dale: We've been playing God with Buckley's trampoline, now God is playing God with us! And He's a lot better at it.
Peggy: Minh, have you ever had any religious visions?
Minh: This about Buckley's angel, huh, Peggy Hill?
Peggy: You know about that?
Minh: Not much happen in this neighborhood. When someone come back from dead, it gets around.
(Luanne has her first sighting of Buckley's Angel)
Luanne: Who are you? What are you doing? What ... ?
Buckley: Chicken butt.
(Kahn answers the door and it's Hank, Dale, Bill and Boomhauer)
Kahn: Wait, if you guys are here, who's guarding trash cans in alley?
Kahn: Buckley's Angel? Oh, I'm so alone! I have to commute to Houston every day -- that city one big stinkhole! Did I make the right decision, Buckley's Angel? Oh, Buckley's Angel! Why you not come to me instead of that redneck little hot potato?
Buckley: I just came back to say I'm sorry I bailed out of the car.
Luanne: I knew you weren't really a jerk.
Buckley: Yeah. Well, I gotta go. Jesus is having a party. It's gonna rock.
Luanne: There'll probably be a lot of people there, but if you see Jesus, tell him I said thanks.
Boomhauer: I don't know, man, I been havin' trouble with my dang ol' crankshaft...Buckley's Angel, walk up and just touch the hood, just touch it, my Dodge is healed, man...yea though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, man.
Peggy: Luanne, you look positively radiant this morning. You're not pregnant, are you?
Luanne: You are an angel! Unless you're just a hallucinogen of my mind. If you're really Buckley's Angel, then tell me something only the real Buckley would know.
Buckley: Uh...you have a birthmark on your butt the shape of a Honda key.
Luanne: You are a real angel!
Luanne: I just had a test last semester, and now I have to take another test! It's not fair! How often in real life are you tested?
Hank: Bill, remember when we got you to brush your teeth by saying you didn't know how?
Dale: Reverse psychology? That'll never work.
Hank: Yes, it will!
The original title of this episode was "Luanne's Angel."
Tagline: "Hey." - Buckley
The title is an allusiom to Wings of the Dove, a novel and later movie by Henry James.
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