Chalkboard: Genetics is not an excuse
Couch: A repeat of the couch gag from "Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder" where the Simpsons are formed from cement into statues (and the bust of Homer's statue falls to the floor).
(At a souvenir stand, Ned walks up to Chief Wiggum and his son Ralph.)
Ned: Ooh, what can I get you, little Christian? How about a Noah's Ark full of jellies? (holds one up)
Wiggum: Oh, are there two of every flavor?
Ned: Nope, they're all the same... plain!
Ned: How 'bout a Maude mask? (he puts a Maude mask over his face and starts doing a crappy Maude imitation) I'm Maude. God is super!
Ralph: Can I sit in the car?
Wiggum: Let's both sit in the car! (they leave)
Ned: (still imitating Maude) Bye-bye!
Rachel: Say, how's your life going?
Homer: Oooh, she wants to know how your life is going!
Ned: Well, my wife's passing was rough but... I think I'm finally ready to move on.
Rachel: That's great. Maybe we could have coffee sometime.
Homer: Oooh, she wants to have coffee sometime!
Ned: I can hear her, Homer!
Homer: He can hear you, Rachel!
Ned: Where's your band?
Rachael: They switched from Christian music to regular pop. All you have to do is change Jesus to Baby
Ned: Oh how horrible!
Rachael: Aw, they'll all go to hell.
Nelson: What do you hit them with? There's no mallet!
Ned: You can stop Satan with your faith.
Nelson: With my face? You calling me ugly?
Ned: No, no, no. I think you're beautiful!
Nelson: Oh, that's it!
This episode's title is an adaptation of a commercial and line many sports players say at the end of winning games. The commercial voice over would state “'X' you just won 'X' what are you going to do?” and the player would respond, “I'm going to Disneyland/Disney World”