Leonard Nimoy and Frank Wolff are a hoot in this episode as a pair of bickering outlaws. They're kind of Abbott and Costello on a drug trip.
Susan Oliver is one of two actresses to receive a spanking over the course of the series' run. The other would be Deborah Walley in The Nancy Styles Story which aired in Season 8.
Maggie: (to her parents) Just because you're a failure doesn't mean I have to live with these dirty people and smelly horses.
Bass: You got more whiskey in your veins than Cherokee. You raise your hand to me again and you'll join your ancestors in the happy huntin' ground.
Ned: The eagle will not go in the hole for the rodent.
Flint: You mean your daughter's in the habit of running off?
Mrs. Hamilton: Since she was a little girl.
Hamilton: (to Flint about Maggie) Don't treat her like a precious jewel. That's what started this idiocracy.
Bass: What were you doing running away from that wagon train?
Maggie: Picking daisies.
Bass: Keep your mouth shut or you'll be pushin' 'em up.
Ned: Women worse than whiskey for making trouble.
Maggie: (to Flint) It's just like my parents to send a brute to help me.
Flint: (to Maggie) You're gonna grow up all the way right now. (spanks Maggie)