Barbra Jean Booker Hart
Dr. Brock Hart
When Van and Cheyenne are putting leaves into the basket for the auction when the shot changes back and forth from them to Reba you notice the the Frisbee keeps changing positions although no one has moved it.
Reba: It turns out, despite the rumours I've spread she (Barbara Jean) is not a ditz!
Brock: I'd see that as a plus...
Reba: No. You don't know how hard this is on me! It's a lot easier to dislike someone when you think she's an idiot!
Brock: Well, I choose to think of it positively.
Reba: Yeah... It's not like she's never gonna do anything stupid again.
(Barbara Jean runs in)
Barbara Jean: Reba, I just got a great idea for next year's auction! Two words: Donkey. Basketball.
(Barbara Jean runs out again)
Reba: Didn't have to wait long, did I?
Brock: Hi Jake! Bye Jake!
Reba: Bye Brock!
(Reba needs an assistant for the school auction)
Reba: I can't see why no one voulenteered!
Brock: Well, someone just did!
Reba: No. Not you and me Brock, we'd be constantly fighting. You're the last person I'd do this with.
(Barbara Jean comes in)
Barbara Jean: Hey partner!
Reba: Soo... you and me again, Brock!
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: Školní dražba (School Auction)
This episode marks the second time we have heard a "Reba chant." The first being in "The Steaks are High."
When Barbra Jean asks Van what he did to his bandaged hand, he says he got his hand stuck in Mike Garcia's helmet. Mike Garcia is Joanna Garcia's (Cheyenne) brother's name.
This episode is the only one to air on Reba McEntire's Birthday.
This episode taped on March 11, 2003.
Correction for the first note (even though this is what you were saying let me clarify):
The guy taking lessons from Van in this episode tells that he owns a jewelry store with his wife. In a previous episode The Rings, he is the same character selling Van a ring for Cheyenne.
The man who plays Van's student in this episode also played in the episode The Rings as the jeweler that Van buys Cheyenne's ring from.
Barbra Jean references the 1970s series Electra Woman and Dyna Girl. An updated revival was developed for the WB Network at the same time as Reba, but it didn't sell.
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