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Season 6 Episode 2

Road Trip

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Mar 14, 1997 on CBS
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Dana stows away when J.T. and Rich take a road trip to Mexico. Meanwhile, Carol hopes Frank will teach Jean-Luc to drive.

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      • (on the phone)
        Frank: Yeah, I think you've got some of my kids in your prison down there.
        Valdez: Two goons and a mouthy blonde?
        Frank: Yeah, what'd they do?
        Valdez: Well, two got arrested for running out on a restaurant check...
        Frank: That would be the two goons...
        Valdez: And one tried to bribe me to get them out of jail.
        Frank: And that would be the mouthy blonde.

      • (After getting back from Mexico)
        Carol: Where's Dana?
        J.T.: She's asleep in the back seat.
        Rich: No, she's not. I was just back there and she wasn't—oh, my God! We left her at the last rest stop!
        J.T.: Oh, well, we'll have to go get her—right after we finish lunch!

      • Brendan: Dad, what's for dinner?
        Frank: Spaghetti.
        Brendan: I don't like spaghetti.
        Frank: Not now, I'm worried about Dana, Rich, and J.T.
        Brendan: Oh, they're fine. They're in jail. Can I have a hot dog instead?
        Frank: What did you say?
        Brendan: I like hot dogs better than spaghetti.

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      • When Dana visits the jail where J.T. and Rich are being held, she tells the police officer that she is there "to spring Butch and Sundance." Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid were two train robbers who fled to Bolivia early in the 20th century. Their lives were portrayed in the 1969 film Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, starring Paul Newman and Robert Redford.

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