For the first and maybe only time, the actor playing Donald Rumsfeld looks nothing like the real Donald Rumsfeld. This is a deviation from the normal standard of actually getting look-a-likes, such as Dick Cheney in the final episode.
Larry: Say, George. There's a picost on your porch.
George: What's a picost?
Larry: 3 for pumpkin, 4 for cherry.
Geroge: I can't stand it. These network shows are all the same.
Laura: Oh, George. There's plenty of variety on the networks. (Changes channel)
On tv: What, you mean you're gay? (Laura changes channel)
TV: Whatever you do, don't tell Chris I'm gay. (Laura changes channel)
TV: I can't pretend I'm not gay. (Laura changes channel)
TV: He's Gay. (Laura changes channel)
TV: Gay. (Laura changes channel)
George: Honey,sweetie,you're gonna have to take the fall on this one.
George: Laura, I'm the president. If people found out I stole cable it could tear this country apart. Just go down there and say it was your idea.
Laura: Oh no. I took the fall when you strangled that condor, I'm not doing it again.
Larry: I wasn't sure about that Nancy Pimental chick at first, but now I have to say I'd definately let her give me a handjob.
Larry: Say, George, there's a hole dug in your front porch.
George: I get it, Larry. I'm supposed to say, "What's a hole dug?" Ha ha ha
Lemmiwinks: I wish I had a mouth full of nuts.
The language the austiran use is a weird kind of german. The grammatic is messed up and the choice of words really odd.
In Matt Stone's and Trey Parker's other series, South Park, there was a rodent named Lemmiwinks in the episode, "The Death Camp of Tolerence."