Grounded for Life: Season 2, Episode 1

Baby You Can't Drive My Car (26 Sep. 2001)

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The Finnertys' car gets stolen. Eddie suggests they lie to the insurance company about any valuables inside the car. Surprisingly, Claudia agrees. Then they notice the spare keys are missing, and Lily has a confession to make.

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Eddie Finnerty (as Kevin Fitzgerald Corrigan)
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Cop (as Dwayne Macopson)
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The Finnertys' car gets stolen. Eddie suggests they lie to the insurance company about any valuables inside the car. Surprisingly, Claudia agrees. Then they notice the spare keys are missing, and Lily has a confession to make.

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The show's title is a spin on the lyric "Baby you drive my car" from a 1965 song by the Beatles "Drive My Car" released on The Rubber Soul album. According to McCartney, "'Drive my car' was an old blues euphemism for sex". See more »

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Walt: Let's go have a talk with your old man.
Brad: He's gonna kick my ass!
Walt: That salad shooter? He doesn't have the stones.
Brad: I don't know what that means.
Walt: I'll explain it on the way.
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