Determined to avoid another night of driving aimlessly around Torrance in the Blue Torpedo, Joe and Hubbs set out on a quest for fine chicks. Their paths soon cross with Tack, from whom they learn about a pair of foreign radical chicks hanging out near the Frankie Avalon place. Over Joe's objections, Hubbs worms Tack out of the deal, and the pair take a slow ride toward their destiny. Written by
Greg Helton <email@example.com>
Did You Know?
Tack describes Lanie as "looking like that chick on the virgin killers album." Actually, the 'Virgin Killers' album they are talking about was released by the Scorpions in 1977. The album was briefly banned in the US because it featured a 14 year old girl nude. The album cover was later replaced with a promo photo of the band, and thus, re-released in the US. The album with the original cover photo is extremely rare. See more
When Jill kicks Joe, he falls to his knees and she pushes him over with her foot. As he's falling over, you can see the imprint of his head and shoulder in the sand from a previous take. See more
Who's Crump's brother?
He's just some dude.
After all the end credits have rolled up, the picture comes back showing Joe and Hubbs leaving a liquor store. Outside the store, two members of Blue Öyster Cult
(playing themselves) try to sell them some B.O.C. t-shirts, but they refuse, saying the shirts look obviously fake. See more
Travel In Style
Composed and Performed by Larry Owens
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