Robert Colbert makes an early appearance in this episode. He would return as yet another Maverick brother named Brent toward the end of Season Four.
The gang's all here in this episode as other TV cowboys from Warner Brothers shows make cameo appearances.
George Kennedy would later win an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1967 for his performance in the classic prison drama Cool Hand Luke.
Howard McNear is best known as barber Floyd Lawson on The Andy Griffith Show.
Pappyism #1: If you can't fight 'em and they won't let you join 'em, you best get out of the county.
Pappyism #2: Man is the only animal that can get skinned twice.
Note: This is a recycled Pappyism from According to Hoyle.
Hadley: (about Evans) These young folks never seem to calculate the wages of sin.
Pender: (to Bart) Around this town, stranger, court is just about anyplace Hadley makes it law.
Pender: (about Hadley) He's cleaned up crime.
Bart: Even if he had to bring it along with him?
Pender: A gambler! Did you ever play poker?
Bart: Well, I've yielded to that temptation.
Copes: Would you give me your name?
Bart: Maverick, with one "ick."
Bart: (about Hadley) Has anyone weighed his brain lately?
Copes: A maverick is a cow with no mother or father.
Bart: (grabs Copes) A remark, sir, that could send a man picking up his teeth with a rake.
Bart: (about Evans) But, Sheriff, I haven't the slightest idea where he is.
Hadley: You'd better have. There's an area between your chin and your chest that depends on it.
Evans: There's the bounty hunters followin' your trail.
Bart: They weren't supposed to start until tomorrow morning.
Evans: Well, Hadley has his own set of rules.
Pender: (to Bart) If you're plannin' for the future, we ain't got a harp in the place.
It's interesting to note that the last name of Cherokee Evans' girlfriend is Brewster, the same as Tom Brewster, the hero of Sugarfoot who makes a cameo appearance in this episode.