The Solomons have their first experience with snow and act appropriately, or so they think.

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Harry finds a job at a video store. Tommy has to write a book report but figures it's easier and less boring to just rent the film. While he's at the video store with Harry it starts snowing. Meanwhile, Dr. Albright and Dick are going to Chicago where they'll both be given an award, but it turns out Dick isn't very keen on flying. At home, Sally is alone and afraid of the snow until a rather stressed Leon enters the house to turn in a paper for Dick. Sally tells Leon it's their duty to be fruitful and multiply to save the human race. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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All the movie posters hanging in Gung Ho Video are for movies written by Bonnie and Terry Turner. See more »

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[in the Adult Videos section]
Harry Solomon: We got "Fat Frauleins." "A lusty romp through the cheese and sausage shops of Communist East Berlin."
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References Wayne's World (1992) See more »

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Oklahoma!
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Music by Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Performed by Gigi Bermingham, Jane Curtin, Linda Dangcil, Karl Hamann, Martin Hilton, John Lithgow, and John Raitt
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Oh what a beautiful evening
12 October 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I am not sure how I came across this episode,but as a huge fan of John Raitt I am very glad I did. When the power went out in the diner, Jane Curtin suggested singing show tunes and "Trucker Gil" turn around,takes off his hat and I saw that shock of white hair, I wanted to cheer! Then "Gil" says "I reckon I can do that" I wanted the episode to go on forever just to hear that voice! I have to admit that I didn't watch third rock as much as I should have,but this episode was well worth a second look. I never did see it again,but am considering purchasing the DVD just to be thrilled again.

Thanks so much Lee Ann in Ohio


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