Lucky escorted Ginger to her perfect person in Westville, hitching a ride the back of a garbage truck. Even though she was happy to get to her person, she was also a little scared. Lucky assured there there was no reason to be scared. As they left the pound, Lucky said "Say Goodbye, Ginger," and she replied "Goodbye, Ginger."
- The "Say goodbye, Ginger" exchange is a nod to The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show; Each episode would end with George saying "Say goodnight, Gracie", and Gracie saying "Goodnight, Gracie."