Neal learns his father is cheating on his mother. Ken develops a crush on the tuba player in the school's marching band and Lindsay helps set them up.

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Attractions between the sexes. At a mall, Sam sees Neal's father with another woman. Bill says they have to tell Neal - no secrets. Neal's father claims innocence. Sam begins to doubt all adult relationships, including his parents'. The freaks plan a night at Laserdome. Kim objects because that's where Daniel made out with another girl after one of their quarrels. Lindsay and Nick are sorting out the aftermath of their breakup, with Daniel advising Nick and Kim advising Lindsay. Ken trades insults with Amy, a tuba player in the band, and finds he's attracted to her. Daniel advises him, too, and Lindsay is willing to be the intermediary for Laserdome night. What about Neal? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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In the diner, there is a Statue of Liberty New York license plate on the wall. These weren't introduced until 1986. See more »

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When Lindsay and her friends are eating at the diner, a wall decorated with U.S. license plates can be seen behind Nick. In one shot a New York license plate with the Statue of Liberty is visible. These plates were not issued until 1986, and the episode takes place in 1980. See more »

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Lindsay Weir: [about Tuba Girl] Oh, my God.
Ken Miller: What?
Lindsay Weir: You really like her, don't you?
Ken Miller: I feel odd.
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Karn Evil 9
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Written by Keith Emerson, Greg Lake and Pete Sinfield
Performed by Emerson Lake and Palmer
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Surprisingly touching
29 May 2016 | by (Israel) – See all my reviews

I've been watching this show on Netflix in the last couple of days, and so far I've really liked it- I thought the jokes were and relatable and that the cast was impressive. But this episode really grabbed me by surprised - Sam finds out Neal's dad is having an affair. This event leads to some more events, but the ending of this episode really made me tear up. Six more episodes to go and I hope the show keeps on being this good.

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