Granny tells Jed about a movie in which a secretary, played by Theda Bara, marries her boss without ever touching a typewriter. The movie is called Office Wife. However, Bara was never in any such movie.
(The Clampetts and Miss Jane come back to her apartment after being arrested)
Drysdale: You've been completely exonerated.
Jed: Well, we was at first, but we's cooled off now.
(Drysdale tells Phinney he wants it so Miss Jane's life is a living hell)
Phinney: Mr. Drysdale, did you serve in World War II?
Drysdale: Yes I did.
Phinney: Which side?
Phinney: What's all the smoke in there?
Jed: It's just the mattress burnin'.
Phinney: You're an arsonist!
Jed: No sir. Like I told you before, I'm a Clampett.
Phinney: But you see, you looked like a vagrant.
Jed: No sir, I'm a Clampett.
Jed: Granny, it 'ppears that you see this job mainly as a way for Elly to meet fellas.
Granny: How do you see it?
Jed: Same way.
Jethro: You's cookin' my favorite thing.
Granny: What's that?