In this episode, we have a Caucasian actor (Arnold Stang) playing an Asian character. Though almost never done today, such casting happened quite frequently in the earlier days of television.
Robert Horton does not appear in this episode.
Hawks: Get your horse and we'll take off.
Ah Chong: No horse. Ah Chong is horse.
Hawks: (about the rickshaw) You mean you pull that thing by yourself?
Ah Chong: True, friend Hawks. Much easier this way and save much money on horse.
Hale: Bill, if I could find a new cook, Mr. Wooster'd have a new job--drivin' all day and standin' guard all night.
Wooster: My old pappy says never bet into a once card draw or a pat hand.
Editor's Note: The script writer probably was a fan of Maverick and that show's pappyisms and stuck this one into a Wagon Train episode.
Hale: (to Ah Chong) You're right. A man belongs with his family. Without them, he is as a fallen leaf.
Ah Chong: Mr. Wooster not a pretty good rice cooker.
Hale: Mr. Wooster not a pretty good any cooker.