Hey Dude

Season 3 Episode 6

Superstition

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Aired Weekdays 2:00 PM May 11, 1990 on Nickelodeon
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Jake's superstitious nature prevents him from trying out for a TV game show.

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      • Jake: In Spain, Tuesday the 13th is the same as our Friday the 13th so never speak Spanish on Tuesday the 13th.
        Danny: Do they have their own series of horror films? You know "Tuesday the 13th Part 7: Jason Takes Madrid".

      • Melody: (reading the chain letter)

      • Mr. Ernst: (on the phone) ): Hello, Eddie's Pet World and Auto Parts. Yes, this is Ben Ernst over at The Bar None. Yes, that's right I did borrow that little cat from you. No, I don't think I want to keep her. Oh no, she was no trouble at all. Whats a pint of blood between friends.

      • Mr. Ernst: (to Buddy) Are you ok?
        Brad: Hes fine. He can't speak, but hes fine.
        Melody: The guys from the fire department said he should be back to normal in a few days.
        Mr. Ernst: Fire department?
        Melody: Yeah, see when he shook hands with Tawny he kind of froze and wouldn't let go so after about twenty minutes or so they called in the emergency squad.

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      • Escape from New York: A 1981 action film starting Kurt Russell. One of the practice "Brainbusters" questions asked what character did Kurt Russell play in the movie.

      • Joe Hardy: One half of the fictional detective team from The Hardy Boys novels. He is the answer to the practice "Brainbusters" question, "Who is the long haired Hardy Boy?"

      • Dr. No: The first film in the James Bond series. The film is mentioned in a sample "Brainbusters" question when Danny is asked what role did Jack Lord play in the movie.

      • Hawaii Five-O: A television series about detectives that worked for a fictional Hawaii state police department. One of the sample "Brainbusters" questions asks what role Jack Lord from Hawaii Five-O played in a James Bond movie.

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