Hey Dude

Ride, She Said

Season 4, Ep 2, Aired 9/14/90
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  • Episode Description
  • Brad learns the true meaning of Christmas from her friendship with a disabled boy.

  • Cast & Crew
  • David Brisbin

    Mr. Ernst

  • Christine Taylor

    Melody

  • Kelly Brown

    Brad

  • Jonathan Galkin

    Jake

  • Joe Torres

    Danny

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (11)

    • Mr. Ernst: You know what they say: Giving is never entirely an unselfish act. Danny: What do you mean? Mr. Ernst: You always get something in return.

    • Melody: I really think it (the party) is going well. I feel like I'm in a movie or something like Miracle on 34th Street. (Mr. Ernst enters dressed like Santa) Brad: I think it just turned into Halloween: Part 5.

    • Buddy: Hi guys, did you try my Christmas surprise yet? (Danny is behind Melody signaling "no" to Brad) Melody: No Buddy, but I think it is wonderful the way you used the traditional Christmas colors of red and green. I'm so proud of you. (takes a bite) Brad: What is it? Buddy: Its my sour chili and hot guacamole combo. (Brad laughs while Mel spits it out) Jake: Buddy, I'm glad I caught you before that stuff disappeared, OK to go for seconds.

    • (Bobby on Charisma, Brad's horse) Bobby: Brad, I have four good legs now. Brad: You sure do, Bobby. You sure do.

    • Melody: Brad, why do I sense that your not overflowing with the Christmas spirit? Brad: Because it's July, because its a 105 degrees in the shade, because Santa Claus is at home with his air conditioning set on "tundra", and because a snowball from The Bar None refrigerator does not a blizzard make.

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    Notes (1)

    • Kyle and Lucy do not appear in this episode.

    Trivia (2)

    • This episode does not feature the trademark howling when the Cinetel Productions logo appears.

    • This is the first episode of Hey Dude to carry the "In Stereo Where Available" notation in the opening credits.

    Allusions (2)

    • Halloween 5: The fifth movie in the Halloween movie series. It was released in 1989. When Mr. Ernst enters the Christmas party dressed as Santa Claus, Brad says it is like Halloween Part 5.

    • Miracle on 34th Street: A 1947 Christmas film starring Maureen O'Hara and John Payne about a man who claims to be the real Santa Claus. During the Christmas party, Melody says it feels like she is in Miracle on 34th Street.

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