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a verb "to overnight"

a year ago
Hello! "I'll overnight youse back to Russia, and, oh, boy, I'm sorry to say this, but, uh but on Delta." (The Simpsons)
Bart and his friends ordered Moe a wife, Anastasia Alekova. When the wife arrives at Moe's, he (Moe) isn't so enthusiastic about it. So, he says, "I'll overnight youse back to Russia, and, oh, boy, I'm sorry to say this, but, uh but on Delta."
What is the meaning of "overnight youse" in this context. It has to be a verb here. Why does he use plural for to address only Anastasia. Why Delta? Is it the cheapest?
Thank you very much!