The episode begins with Zoe waking up from her sleep swatting insects. She then goes outside and sees all shops closed and the whole town empty. Turns out, the whole town is attending church. Later, Zoe returns home and tells Wade about how everyone was in church. She then tells Wade how she has a very important week coming up, as Brick has left for a fishing trip and this is her opportunity to spruce up her practice, as she has the practice all to herself, for the week. George and Lemon are on the other hand planning a romantic night together. The Reverend Mayfair and his wife pay Zoe a visit at her home. They are there to officially welcome her to Bluebell. ..Read the full recap
Wade: I told you you should fix that hole in your screen.
Zoe: Yeah, and you told me that you would fix it.
Wade: Maybe. But you should be nicer to me. 'Cause when all those nice churchgoing people get whooshed up to Heaven in the Rapture, gonna be just me and you left to repopulate the Earth.
Zoe: So you don't want me to come to church.
Rev. Mayfair: No, of course we want you to come to church!
Zoe: You're just not trying to get me to come to church?
Beverly Mayfair: You're welcome to come to church.
Zoe: If I take this bunt cake, it's not an implied contract that I will come to church?
Rev. Mayfair: Umm, we'll just leave the cake right here on the porch and you can decide.
Lavon: Hi, I'm Lavon Hayes, and I'm itch-free...where it counts.
Zoe: ...Hi, I'm Zoe Hart and I'm freaked out at the moment.
Zoe: I'm just going to come right out and say it. You've tested positive for syphilis. But the good news is it's easily cured. Just a round of antibiotics and you're all set.
Rev. Mayfair: I'm sorry, I don't understand. Is there some other kind of syphilis other than the one...
Beverly Mayfair: Did you possibly mean psoriasis? His skin is unusually dry.
Zoe: No, I meant syphilis.
Lavon: Maybe 99 out of 100 people will disappoint you, but I don’t know, I think you find the magic of the world in the margin of error.
Zoe tells Wade that a "Hitchcock-ian" swarm of flies were in her room last night.
is a movie director behind horror/thriller's such as Psycho.
The Wizard of Oz: Zoe says about Brick being away "Dong-dong the Brick is gone."
This is a play on the line "Ding-dong the witch is gone" from The Wizard of Oz.
An Officer and a Gentleman: Lemon says that "You are always hardest on the one's you love most," and he friend says "Like in An Officer and a Gentleman."
An Officer and a Gentleman is a film from 1982 starring Richard Gere, Debra Winger and David Keith.