Robert Sterling and Anne Jeffreys were husband and wife in real life. They had previously starred together in the 1953-55 NBC comedy Topper.
Bill Hawks in this episode is still a regular passenger and not the assistant wagonmaster he would become.
Robert Horton only appears in the opening scene.
Adams: (to Flint) If you get lost find yourself a tribe of Sioux. They'll show you the way.
Adams: I'm responsible for this wagon train and everybody in it.
Julie: Does that include playing marriage broker?
Winn: You watch out, Major, and don't fall in any gopher holes.
Adams: I'll gopher hole you, you big lug.
Tobe: How 'bout a little poker?
Wooster: Better not, Tobe. Miss Julie don't hold with gambling.
Tobe: That's all right with me. I don't hold with Miss Julie.
Adams: (to Julie) This is probably the only half-marriage in all of history but by galdarn I'm gonna do it.
Adams: Tobe, you've had a mighty soft trip. Lyin' here while the rest of us have been workin'.
Tobe: Sorry I couldn't appreciate it more.
Tobe: (to Julie) Maybe I ain't married but I'm tied up pretty good.