After all the stunts Shorty pulled to get out of marrying Elverna, you'd think she wouldn't want to marry Shorty anymore since it is obvious he no longer wants her.
Gloria mistakes a donkey for a cow, mostly because she is a "city woman." However, people in the city are familiar with farm animals. Did they do this to make it seem like Gloria really needed an adjustment?
(Granny tells Shorty Gloria is learning how to do farm work, and Shorty grabs Granny and jumps around with her in happiness)
Shorty: I done found me the perfect woman! She's beautiful, she's hard-workin' and she loves me!
Granny: I don't neither love you! Let go!
(Elverna tells Granny to stop throwing the rice on her and Shorty)
Granny: What's the matter Elverna? You got married, didn't cha?
Elverna: He did. I didn't.
Granny: Elverna, there's no such thing as being half married. Ya gotta be husband and wife. Ya can't be husband and friend.
Jethro: Don't be too sure Granny. This here's Hollywood.
(Granny, Elly, and Jethro are throwing rice at Jed and Gloria, thinking they got married)
Jed: Hold on. Y'all are making a mistake.
Granny: What do ya mean? You two got married, didn't cha?
Jed: She did. I didn't.
Granny: Oh no. Another Hollywood marriage.
(Elverna is mad at Shorty after what he did at the bank, and after explaining to Granny that they weren't married, but Shorty was)
Elverna: Come along you miserable little weasel.
Shorty: Yes dear. Coming dear.
Granny: They sure talk like husband and wife.
Granny: You'll get em out of the smoke house.
Gloria: Smoke house?
Granny: That's where ya cure ham.
Gloria: Cure hams of what?
Jed: Who put you back in the cage, Shorty?
Shorty: Put myself in Jed.
Shorty: Elverna was commencing to look good to me.
(Gloria comes in after just learning farm chores)
Shorty: Now you know what you can do with a farm.
Gloria: I know what you can do with it.
Shorty: Jed, Granny, where is my big, beautiful doll?
Jed: You mean Elverna or Gloria?
Shorty: I said beautiful Jed. That narrows it down to Gloria.
(Jethro tries the same trick Shorty pulled on him to get Jed to let him out of the cage)
Jethro: If you unlock the cage and step inside, I'll show you a racy magazine.
Jed: You got such a thing?
Jethro: Right over yonder. Wait till you see the picture. Whoo wee! Prettiest Philly you've ever seen. And boy is she built! Not a stitch on her!
Jed: I never heard of a horse wearing clothes. (leaves)
Jethro: How could a big dumb old hillbilly weed billy like him get the best of a giant brain like I got sittin' up yonder?
(Shorty tricks Jethro to open the cage by saying he had a "racy" magazine)
Jethro: Dog gone you Shorty. Did you outsmart me again?
Shorty: Why no Jethro. You outsmarted me.
Jethro: Are ya sure?
Shorty: You wound up with the magazine, didn't ya?
Elverna: I'll go stick something in the oven.
Shorty: (under his breath) Make it your head.
Elverna: What was that?!
Shorty: Oh, I said it's great to be fed.
(Gloria tells Drysdale she does not want to annul her marriage to Shorty)
Drysdale: Do you know what you need young lady? You need a good, old fashioned paddling, and you're gonna get it right now. (takes off his jacket)
Gloria: You're kidding.
Drysdale: Oh no, I'm not. Mr. Clampett, give her a good, old-fashioned paddling.
Jed: You know you were posed to marry Elverna here.
Jed: Then why'd ya let the judge marry ya to Gloria?
Shorty: Two reasons Jed: (points to Gloria) she's one, (points to Elverna) she's the other.
This is the last appearance of Elvia Allman as Elverna Bradshaw in the series.