In this episode, we learn exactly how mixed up Granny is about the Civil War. Throughout the series, she believes the South was victorious, winning every battle as well as the war. She also believed the North were cowards and rebels. Here we see Granny thinks that the North was fighting to defend slavery, while the South was trying to banish it. Slavery was a big part of the South's economy before the war, so who told Granny that the South was against it?
A few episodes ago, Jed didn't want anything to do with Mark Templeton because he thinks he is a coward for leaving the Navy when the Grunion are invading. However, in this episode Elly mentions that she talked to Mark on the phone about the Grunion. So the Clampetts didn't give up all contact with Mark. However, this is the last time he is mentioned on the show.
(Jed and Miss Jane are talking about Grunion, and Jed still thinks they are people)
Jed: Well, I tell ya Miss Jane, they ain't scrappy enough to make it interesting.
Jane: They're not exactly fighters, are they?
Jed: Pitiful, scrawny lookin' little things, kinda like, uh?
Jed: Didn't get that close.
(Jed tells Granny that he thinks that to fight Grunion, you throw fish at them)
Granny: That ain't gonna turn back no invasion.
Jed: Now Granny, you get hit in the face with a bucket of fish, and you ain't gonna exactly feel welcome.
(Jethro says he wishes he would have kept that girl Grunion so he could have made her unload the truck)
Jed: We don't hold with having slaves boy.
Granny: That's right! We fought a war to make them Yankees give up that foolishness.
(Jethro kicks the tire and breaks it)
Jed: Well, that was real bright.
Jethro: Gotta be honest with ya Uncle Jed, it wasn't. In fact, it was kinda dumb.
Jethro: Oh yes sir. See, that's were education really pays off. I can tell the difference betwixt what's smart and what's dumb.
Granny: How was the food?
Boy & Girl: Heavy!
Granny: Well, ya can't fill an eater like Jethro here with angel food cake.
Danielle Mardi is credited as Dannielle Mardi.