13x18 Uh-Oh Canada
First Aired: Sep. 14, 2010 on FOX
Summary: After Boomhauer trades houses with a Canadian family for the summer the Arlen gang tries to make some new neighbors at feel welcome. However it soon becomes apparent that Canadians and Arlenites do not see eye to eye.
Main Characters in this Episode
Boomhauer: I gotta do what I dang-ol' gotta do, man.
- Goof (errors made by characters, possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): Gordon says Canadians invented the Zamboni, but it was actually developed by the American inventor Frank Zamboni in California. This is a common Canadian imperception because the Zamboni is synonymous with their national sport of hockey.
- Goof (factual errors): Super Bowl 13 was between the Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers, not the Cowboys and Denver Broncos. That was Super Bowl 12.
- Goof (factual errors): Hank says that they are going to watch a tape of Super Bowl 13 and that it was between the Denver Broncos and Dallas Cowboys. The Broncos and Cowboys played in Super Bowl 12. Super Bowl 13 was between the Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers.
- Goof (factual errors): Gordons says that Canadians invented penicillin but it's insulin that was discovered by the Canadian scientist Frederick Banting in 1920. Penicillin was discovered by Scottish scientist Alexander Fleming in 1928 but this mix up is never made by Canadians.
- Goof (errors in geography): The French-Canadian woman Boomhauer hooked up with had a Parisian-French accent, not a Quebecois-French accent which is quite distinct.
- Boomhauer's first name is finally revealed in this episode as Jeff. His nickname in middle school was "Wheels".
- It was revealed in this episode that Boomhauer's first name is Jeff.
- Notable Canadian actor Colin Mochrie was advertised to play Gordon but was replaced by Phil Hendrie.
- According to what Bobby told the Canadian's son, he stands 4'11 tall.