Just Deal

Season 3 Episode 10

Last Dance

Aired Saturday 11:30 AM Jul 13, 2002 on NBC
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Episode Summary

Last Dance
Dylan's lack in romance is affecting their relationship more and more as Ash is getting increasingly annoyed about it. In the meantime, Laurel can't find a date for the school dance, but ends up singing at the dance.

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    Malcolm Scott

    Malcolm Scott


    Guest Star

    Jewel Staite

    Jewel Staite


    Recurring Role

    Michael P. Northey

    Michael P. Northey


    Recurring Role

    Jennifer Carmichael

    Jennifer Carmichael

    Mandy [as Jennifer Anne Carmichael]

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Jermaine: This limo is the Titanic of all limos! It's gonna be phat!
        Dylan: The Titanic sank.

      • Ash: I'm telling you, Dylan is the most unromantic person in the world.
        Mandy: Well, this is the perfect opportunity for you guys to put some romance in your relationship. Gorgeous dress, twinkling lights, swaying to the music...
        Ash: Yeah. All I need is a date.

      • Mike Jr.: What about Laurel?
        Dylan: I don't know if Laurel's goin'.
        Mike Jr.: That's too bad. I was kinda lookin' forward to seein' her.
        Dylan: Why?
        Mike Jr.: (pause) She owes me five bucks.

    • NOTES (3)

      • Music:
        "Hideaway" by Student Rick
        "I've Been Down" by Joe Black
        "C'mon and Dance" by Jewel Staite
        "Our Love" by Jewel Staite
        "Club Zone" by Tom McCarthy

      • Malcolm Scott, who plays the photographer, also was the photographer in the episode "Picture Day."

      • Laurel comes to the Vinyl Frontier and asks Benny for a copy of the "old standard" called "Our Love." But the song of that name heard here is apparently an original composition by Reg Powell, one of the writers of original music for Just Deal. We assume there are no versions of the song performed by the people Benny names--Kenny Baker, Gene Kelly and Snoop Dogg. (There are two prominent Kenny Bakers in music, one a British jazz trumpeter who first came to fame in the 1940's and the other is one of the premiere fiddlers in bluegrass and a one-time member of Bill Monroe's Bluegrass Boys. Gene Kelly [1912-1996] is probably the second-most famous actor/dancer after Fred Astaire. Snoop Dogg is of course the highly successful West Coast gangsta rapper.)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Photographer: What, she got cooties?

        "Cooties" are a mythical, mysterious "bug" or affliciton that generations of little boys have attributed to little girls. Most boys weren't or aren't exactly sure what cooties are, but they are sure that girls have them, that being to close to girls will result in a boy getting them, and that the outcome will be bad. Almost magically, as boys get a little older, girls suddenly lose all their cooties.