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Between Brothers

Season 1 Episode 13

Road Rules

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Aired Thursday 8:30 PM Jan 29, 1998 on FOX
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Dusty, Mitchell and James rent an RV and head out to Lansing, Michigan, for their 10-year high school reunion. However, their road trip is interrupted by a motor home with a mind of its own and a tornado. While reminiscing, the guys' flashback to their high-school days and the events that led to their friendship. Meanwhile, May, scheming to have the apartment to herself, convinces Charles to leave work and meet the gang at the reunion.moreless

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      • (The RV that James, Mitchell, and Dusty are riding in breaks down)
        Mitchell: Hey, don't tell me we are out of gas.
        Dusty: No, no, no. That's impossible, that's impossible. Let me check my on board computer... Well, according to this, we have exactly... No more gas.

      • Charles: May, why are you sneaking strange men into my place? And how did you get a key?
        May: Because I have needs, and I have skills...and I borrowed Mitchell's key. I'm sorry.
        Charles: Wait a minute, how does Mitchell have a key?
        May: I think he made a copy from Dusty's.

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      • Mitchell (to James): Man, you made Urkel look like Puff Daddy.

        This is an allusion to Steve Urkel, from the 1990s sitcom, Family Matters. Urkel was an intelligent yet accident prone nerd, who always wore thick glasses, suspenders, and snorted instead of laughed. It also alludes to rapper Sean Combs, also known as Puff Daddy or P. Diddy.

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