Max Baer would go onto play Jethro Bodine on The Beverly Hillbillies.
Lynn Cartwright was married to Leo Gordon, who penned this episode and had earlier appeared in the recurring role of Big Mike McComb.
Flo: What are you trying to do, Maverick, soften me up?
Beau: You're doing that to yourself already.
Flo: You're the professional gambler, Mr. Maverick. Anytime I've gambled, I've lost.
Rand: You're not afraid of drinkin' your own liquor, are you, or is champagne too rich for your taste?
Beau: I just don't wanna drink up all the profits, that's all.
Beau: Do I get 50% of Luke too?
Rand: If you want his share of the liabilities.
Rand: Just for the record, Maverick, our partnership does not include articles like Miss Baker.
Flo: (to Rand) You better read our contract. It doesn't include any extra clause.
Burch: I'm the town mayor, marshal, and school board chairman. I operate this hotel for a living.
Beau: Since when do you find the time?
Beau: (to Burch) A man can't play poker and talk shop at the same time.
Burch: (about Flo) We had a hard time gettin' a teacher like her.
Beau: I can believe that.
Flo: (to Walter) Junior, back to your ABCs. I'm not teachin' you the birds and the bees.
Beau: Good evening, Miss Shepard, may I sit down?
Flo: You will anyway.
Beau: You can't be that cold-blooded.
Flo: I can choose between my neck and yours.
Flo: I couldn't face a trial.
Beau: But you want me to?