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Cultural ReferencesEdit

  • This episode's title is a reference to the animated series King of the Hill, which aired on Fox from January 1997 to September 2009, and for three days in May 2010. It usually followed the Simpsons.
  • The yeti that appears in Homer's dream sequence is a reference to Bumble from the 1964 Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer TV Special.

GoofsEdit

  • The Murderhorn is stated to be over 4 miles (21,120 feet) in height. This is taller than Mount McKinley, which is the biggest mountain in the United States. 
  • When Grampa's teeth fall out of his mouth, they perfectly fit McAllister's bite wound, revealing it was Grampa that tried to take a bite out of him, just as McAllister had recorded in his journal. However, Grampa was a young man at the time and would have had his regular teeth, not dentures, therefore they should not perfectly fit the wound like this.
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