Grey: Gentlemen, ante up. We're going to need every cent we've got on us. Carney.
Carney Kohler: It's like taking my left arm, Captain. It's my drinking money.
Grey: Don't worry, Carney. Your right arm will make up for it later.
Grey: All right, how much?
Barney Jones: Oh, uh, $500. For everything.
Barney Jones: $200 now and the other $300...
Grey: When we reach the boat. Yeah, I might have known. You know, I got some gold fillings. Can you use those, too?
Barney Jones: Oh, now, Captain, you talk like I was greedy or something.
Barney Jones: I heard a ruckus. What happened?
Ben: Somebody shoved this thing down a hill.
Barney Jones: I warned you, those spirits wouldn't take kindly to your coming.
Grey: It'd take a mighty big spirit to push a two-ton boulder down a hill.
Joshua Walcek: Ah, reminds me of when I was a lumberjack. I set a record. I chopped down ten trees in five minutes.
Pickalong: What kind of trees, shoe trees?
Grey: Well, what made you follow me?
Joshua Walcek: Ah, you're just like General Andrew Jackson was. You're too brave for your own good.
Joshua Walcek: Ah, you've done a fine job, Chip. You know, that reminds me of...
Grey: I know, it reminds you of the time that you put up road sign to show General Jackson to fight the Battle of New Orleans.
Joshua Walcek: Now where'd you find out about that, Captain?
The preceding episode was set in 1843. In this episode, Pickalong sings "Buffalo Girls," which wasn't written until 1844.
When Grey and Nora talk outside of camp, someone drops a boulder on them. It's presumably either Shag, or Barney, who is working for Shag.
However, later Grey has the crew use Nora as a shield, saying that Shag wants Nora as his wife so he won't open fire on them. Shag doesn't open fire... so who tried to kill Nora earlier?
As the renamed Enterprise
lands at Willow's Landing, the fire ax below the pilothouse window has the ax head on the right.
However, in the next closeup shot as Clegg looks out the window, the ax head jumps to the left.