A man claiming to be Patrick Swayze comes to town.
Early's Trucker Hats
- "John Beer"
- "Swayze Crazy"
- Early Cuyler (Unknown Hinson)
- Rusty Cuyler (Daniel McDevitt)
- Granny Cuyler (Patricia French)
- Sheriff (Bobby Ellerbee)
- Patrick Swayze (impostor) (Brooks Baselman)
- Patrick Swayze
- Patrick Swayze's Wife (Merrill Hagan)
- Shawn Coleman (Himself)
- Prisoner / Tattoo Artist
- Two Prisoners
- Pizza Delivery Man (???)
- Like the previous episode, different music is featured in the opening.
- The Sheriff's plate of gingerbread men, from the beginning of the episode, are shaped exactly like him.
- There is a cardboard Greece man's head prop in the jail scene.
- There is a picture of a bear, and lion fighting in a Greece colosseum on a large flag in the same jail scene, which is later ripped in half.
- These same scenes have the background wall colored red, yellow, pink, and orange.
- The Patrick Swayze imposter reveals he is from the state of Texas and he rides horses.
- Sheriff calls his mother at one point when his table at the steakhouse is ready. He mistaken a small steakhouse object signal for his phone.
- The items that the real Patrick Swayze owns are shown in this episode, which include;
- Patrick Swayze's wallet.
- His DNA machine, a "biohazard" is attached onto the machine.
- Patrick Swayze's screen actor guide card.
- A picture of him on a beach like background with the words "Swayze Nights" on it.
- Patrick Swayze's three headshots of himself.
- This episode most likely predicted the real Patrick Swayze's death in 2009. Due to being killed by the imposter, by throwing one of his boots with a sword like needle poking out, and gets stabbed in the head with it.
- The "wild-boy bread promotion" is mentioned by the Pizza Delivery Man, which is one of his restaurants that he was promoting, along with him mentioning cheese balls.
- After this episode, imposter who claimed to be Patrick Swayze becomes a semi-recurring background character. Starting with the episode "Bubba Trubba".
References & Allusions
- This episode features multiple references to Patrick Swayze films such as "Roadhouse", "Ghost", "Red Dawn", "Next to Kin", "Dirty Dancing", and "Point Break."
- "Red Dawn" was referenced in Sheriff's rhyming; "It's on like red dawn or Charlie born-son."
- "Next to Kin" was mentioned as a fake squeal.
- Sheriff mentions the 1982 movie "Tron", while rhyming.
- Michelle Kwan, who is an American retired figure skater, is mentioned by the Sheriff.
- Early is revealed to have his own mask of Richard Nixon, who was the 37th President of the United States.
- One of the imposter's lines "No, there can be only one", is a reference to the line "There can be only one", from the 1986 movie "The Highlander."
- Simon Le Bon, who is an English musician, singer, songwriter, lyricist, and model, was mentioned by Rusty, during his rhyme, when he is seen next to the Pizza Delivery Man.
- "Thirsty Eyes", by Shawn Coleman, is a parody of the song from the "Dirty Dancing" soundtrack, "Hungry Eyes".
- The full version of "Thirsty Eyes" can be heard on the Volume 1 DVD of Squidbillies.