For me, this episode was the biggest love letter that could have been written to the original series. I screamed my head off when the announcer introduced James in the Roadhouse and I thought using the original recording of it was even more hilarious here than it was 25+ years ago. Jacoby and Nadine reminiscing over a moment shared with a dropped potato in front of the spray painted shovel and silent drapes was a lovely touch. It's nice that Norma has success with the Double R being a franchise, but I'm kind of disappointed about it. They're ruining the pies at the other branches, I can just feel it. And I don't like the smarmy business guy she's with, either.
Sarah Palmer watching a looped boxing match really got me thinking. It was in black & white and the footage seemed old regardless...could that be one of Bushnell's matches?? There were no names mentioned in the audio loop, but judging by Bushnell's office poster, I would think he was boxing in the same era that footage was shot.
A lot of people are saying the "double header in Vegas" is Janey-E and Sonny Jim, but what if it's really the Mitchum Brothers? I feel like they would have more reason to be killed than the Jones family since the Mitchums are actively doing more things, but who knows.
Also, weird thing, what was Ed burning while having his DR2GO cup of soup? My friend thought it could be a cracker, but it looked more like a square of paper to me...not sure if it's really important. Maybe this is the successor to the Mitchum Brothers' "is it a bandaid?" dispute.