If Mother Myrtle's Magic Mixture can burn through the floor, why is it okay for people to drink? It's delicate enough for a stomach, yet tough on a marble floor?
Goof: When Cousin Roy drops his suitcase containing Mother Myrtle's Magic Mixture, you hear the glass break and it shows it smoking,but no liquid comes out of the suitcase, so why does Granny have to bring out the mop to clean up the floor when later on all of the bottles and mixture seem to be intact when Roy sells his mixture at the bank?
As a doctor, shouldn't Granny know that by beheading a person, it kills them? Even if you do replace the head, it still would be useless.
If Miss Jane was really the top secretary for the top executive for the top insurance company in Beverly Hills, why did she quit her job to work at the bank?
For just this episode, another actress other than Elvia Allman plays Elverna Bradshaw.
When the running dogs knock Granny's glasses off her head, she has no trouble seeing Jed, Elly, or the dog returning her glasses, but in previous and later episodes, her vision is so bad without her glasses that she's practically blind.
In one of the first episode, Granny says how she only drinks a thimble full of her moonshine/rheumatism medicine. Here we see her thimble is the size of a glass.
Granny feels bad for Miss Jane after learning no man has ever asked for her hand, but in episode 137, Granny Tonics A Birdwatcher, Professor Biddle proposes to the secretary. Did Granny or Jane forget about this event?
When it comes to the Happy Gizzard going topless, why couldn't any of them figure out what it was? There are children who know what it means. Why couldn't the Clampetts? And when they did find out what it was, why would Granny not tell Elly May? Elly is an adult, so she is old enough to know what it means and has a right to. Plus with the truck driver being excited over her, shouldn't she know for future references?
In the episode The Art Gallery from season 3, Jethro knew his Rembrandt was after telling Jed artists had to suffer, and Rembrandt did so by cutting off his ear. But in this episode, Jethro confuses Rembrandt with Toulouse Lautrec. Why did he forget who he was so soon?
Mrs. Drysdale claims she is very cultured when it comes to art, but she is like Jethro in that field. Like Jethro, she doesn't know the difference between Rembrandt, best know for cutting his ear off, and Toulouse Lautrec, the French artist who resided in Montmartre and painted At The Moulin Rouge, influenced by Absinthe.
Granny's cousin Homer Gribble was the inspiration for the artist who created the statue Ecstasy. But neither party knows they are relating to each other. This has happened before on this show.
How could Cousin Bessie paint the same identical painting of the bananas that A. Allan Allan had at his art gallery that Jed and Jethro saw way before they knew that Cousin Bessie had painted the same thing when they look over the hedge at the Drysdale's when the art critic Mr. Curtis was there and Bessie won the award for the banana painting?
When Jethro accidentally lassoes Granny, Jed says that she flies into the rose bush across the street. So, Granny ran all the way across their giant front yard, out the gate, across the street to that rose bush without stopping? That's a pretty far distance to get flung.
When Dash first mistook Jane for Elly, Miss Jane didn't like him very much. And for episodes after that, she didn't trust him and called him a bad influence. But in this episode she flirts with him and tries to kiss him.
Apparently the Army never needed Jethro. He enlisted in this episode, but he was never called to active duty in the years to follow.
In the episode "Granny Lives It Up," it is said that Granny is 77 years old, meaning she was born in 1889. So in this episode, if she did win that beauty contest, she would have been a young girl.
If Granny was in a beauty contest in 1897, she must be at least between 75 to 90 years old.
The name of Colonel Blake's assistant, Foster Phinney, is also the name of Miss Jane's landlord in season 9.
Granny uses Elly May's hard-as-rock ladyfingers as ammo for her gun.