Marge Simpson, Patty Bouvier, and Selma Bouvier
Mr. Burns, Ned Flanders, Principal Skinner, Waylon Smithers, Kent Brockman, and others
Homer Simpson, Grampa Simpson, Barney Gumble, Krusty the Clown, Groundskeeper Willie, and others
Bart Simpson, Nelson Muntz, Ralph Wiggum, Todd Flanders, and others
Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, Moe Szyslak, Chief Wiggum, Comic Book Guy, Lou, and others
Maude Flanders, Helen Lovejoy, Miss Hoover, and others
Milhouse Van Houten, Rod Flanders, Jimbo Jones, and others
Agnes Skinner, Brandine Del Roy, Dolph and others
How did the sheep survive the crash?
The farmhouse is in the same dilapidated state as it was in the beginning of "Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy", even though it appeared to burn down at the end of that same episode.
The casting for the Zorro movie is:
Robot Zorro.............Shawn Wayans
Mrs. Zorro..............Rita Rudner
Scarlet Pimpernell.Curtis "Booger" Armstrong
King Arthur.............Cheech Marin
Man in the iron mask....Gina Gershon
Wise Nun................Posh Spice
Stupid Nun..............Meryl Streep
Time Traveler #1........Stone Cold
Orangutan at dance......"Puddles"
Gay-seeming Prince......Spalding Gray
Man Beating Mule........Eric Roberts
Mule beating Man........"Gus"
President Van Buren.....Robert Evans
Voice of Magic Taco....James Earl Jones
The Producers would like to thank:
Film board of Canada
The Philadelphia Flyers
The makers of Whip Balm
Mr. Robert Guccione
The Teamsters Pension Found
AAABest Bail Bonds
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis "Booger" Armstrong
Homer: Don't push, there's plenty of tomacco for everyone!
Marge: Don't forget your mincemeat pie!
Homer: You're scaring the customers, honey.
Carl: Hey Lenny, sending some outgoing mail?
Lenny: You know it!
Carol: I'll probably send some tomorrow.
Lenny: I hear that!
Marge: Looks like you were saved by a Christmas tree.
Homer: And somebody wanted to get rid of it in April!
(The family is eating dinner, but they have no food since Homer's attempts at farming have been unsuccessful)
Marge: More tumbleweed Lisa?
Lisa: No thank you. I'm still finishing my bristles.
Homer: Dueling at dawn, how did it ever come to this?
Lisa: The National Weather Service says dawn is still predicted for 6:20 a.m. and to please stop calling.
Skinner: Mother please. You're embarrassing me.
Agnes: No I'm not. Seymour needs the toilet! His bladder's full. Full of urine!
Bart: It's a history lesson come to life.
Lisa: No it isn't. It's totally inaccura..
Bart: Quiet, here come the ninjas!
Pimple Faced Teen: I'm sorry; we're not supposed to put butter on the milk duds.
Homer: You're not supposed to go to the bathroom without washing your hands either!
Pimple Faced Kid: Touché.
Farm Animal: (grunting) Tomaco!
(After a tractor overturns on him.)
Homer: Help boy, get Lassie!
Homer: I mean Lisa!
Bart: (after sampling a Tomacco plant) BLEH! Tastes like cigarette butts!
Rapper: From the Z to the O to the double R-O,
He's the dude in the mask from the barrio.
With his horse and his mask and his big old sword,
He'll cut your butt from a '52 Ford.
(to the tune of their song "Love Shack")
B-52s: A glove slap in a little old face will
Get you satisfaction.
Glove slap ba-a-beee ...
Glove slap, baby.
Glove slap, baby, glove slap!
Glove slap, I don't take crap!
Glove slap, shut your big yap.
(The following lyrics are heard over the end credits.)
B-52s: Glove slap, shut your big yap.
Oooh, glove baby, that's where it's at. Yeah!
Glove, baby, give it a...
Lisa: I thought you hate it.
Bart: Not when you are addicted to it.
Phone Operator: To continue, please insert 10 cents.
Homer: Ah, screw it.
Chief Wiggum: Go ahead, Ralph! The stranger is giving you a treat.
Announcer: Buzz Cola, the taste you'll kill for!
Dead Nazi: Available in zee lobby!
Lisa: Do they really think cheapening the memory of our veterans will sell soda?
Homer: I have to go to zee lobby!
Colonel: Well I wouldn't be much of a southern gentleman if I didn't offer to help you carry that tree.
Marge: Oh, no, thank you Colonel, you'll get sap on your dueling blouse.
Ralph: (After tasting Tomacco) It tastes like Grandma.
Chief Wiggum: What? Let me see that. (He takes a bite) Wow, it does taste like Grandma.
Ralph: I want more!
Lisa: You're about to launch a terrible evil on the world. You've got to destroy this plant!
Homer: I know, honey. But what can I do as an individidual? I wouldn't know where to begin.
Lisa: Just burn that plant right now and end this madness.
Homer: I wish I could make a difference, Lisa, but I'm just one man.
Homer: I agree, but how?
Homer: If we learned one thing from The Amazing Colossal Man and Grasshopperus, it's that radiation makes stuff grow real big, real fast.
Marge: But didn't Grasshopperus kill Chad Everett?
Homer: Only because he tried to reason with him.
Homer: Oh, it's been a month. Why won't anything grow?
Marge: Maybe it needs more fertilizer.
Homer: I'm only one man, Marge.
Bart: I'll dig an outhouse.
Lisa: I'll weed the floor.
Marge: I'll repress the rage I'm feeling.
(plasters a frustrated smile on her face)
Jimmy Carter: You have offended me. I challenge you to a duel!
Bart: She's lying! Slice her head off!
Homer: (about raccoons) Just think of them as cats with rabies.
Blackboard Joke: I did not win the Nobel Fart Prize.
Couch Gag: The living room is now a trendy club where everyone is let in, except Homer.
Saving Private Ryan
The Buzz Cola commercial seen before the movie shows World War II soldiers landing on the beach alludes to the opening scene of the 1998 film Saving Private Ryan.
Old MacDonald Had a Farm
The title of this episode is a play on the "E-I-E-I-O" line from the nursery rhyme "Old Macdonald had a Farm".
Foghorn Leghorn: The colonel's accent and manner of speaking ("Sir, I say, Sir") references this mischievous rooster character of Warner Brothers cartoons. In turn, Foghorn Leghorn's voice and manner of speaking was based off the character Senator Claghorn of The Fred Allen Show radio program, performed by Kenny Delmar.
The farmer using an elephant to measure the height of his stalks of corn is in reference to a song in the Broadway musical "Oklahoma!" wherein the corn is as 'high an elephant's eye.'
Various: Zorro kills the three Musketeers
The "advertisement" that at first appears to be a movie parodies _Saving Private Ryan_. The Zorro movie parodies _The Mask of Zorro_ and _The Man in the Iron Mask_. All three movies came out in 1998.
The ToMacco-craving animals trying to break into the barricaded farmhouse recall the zombies from George Romero's 1968 film Night of the Living Dead.
The Simpsons' farming montage music is the theme song from "Green Acres."
The Buzz Cola ad at the start of the episode is from the D-Day landing sequence of the 1998 film Saving Private Ryan.
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