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Season 4 Episode 13

The Route Of All Evil

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Aired Unknown Jan 03, 1995 on ABC
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The Route Of All Evil
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Brad takes on the responsibility of a paper route, but doesn't have enough time on his hands for the route, his chores, and his homework. When he suggests quitting the job, Tim pressures him into sticking with it, so Brad must resort to other ways of keeping up with the rest of his duties.moreless

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      • Tim: Have you been cleaning Brad's room?
        Mark: Brad's room?
        Jill: Mark, you're in a difficult position. On the one hand, you want to be loyal to Brad. On the other hand, we pay your allowance.
        Mark: My allowance?
        Tim: And you're repeating everything we say. And don't repeat that!
        Jill: It can only mean one thing.
        Tim: Yeah?
        Jill: Brad pays him more than we do.

      • Randy: You know Brad, you got a big problem. But maybe we can help.
        Brad: How?
        Randy: Well, I can do your homework and Mark here will clean your room.
        Mark: Uh, no I won't.
        Randy: Mark, we're brothers. Brothers do things for each other.
        Mark: No we don't.
        Randy: For money we do.
        Brad: How much do I have to pay you?
        Randy: Well, that depends on how well you wanna do. Ten bucks for an A, five bucks for a B and two dollars for handling.
        Brad: What's handling supposed to mean?
        Randy: Well, after I finish it, I have to hand it to you.

      • Marie: (about Brad) His aim is so accurate, all I have to do is open the door and the paper hits Joe right in the head. Come to think of it, it saves me the trouble.

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      • Tim: I'm reminded of what the great astronaut Wally Cleaver said . . .

        Tim meant astronaut Wally Schirra, but he accidentally named a character from Leave It To Beaver instead. Leave it to Beaver was about a modern family who focused on family values and lessons for the Beaver. The show ran from 1957-1963.

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