The family is on a weekend-vacation in an native American casino. Francis uses this opportunity to go on vacation himself, by sneaking into his former home, but he is not the only one with ... See full summary »

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Hal
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Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)
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Craig Feldspar (as David Higgins)
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Joe
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The family is on a weekend-vacation in an native American casino. Francis uses this opportunity to go on vacation himself, by sneaking into his former home, but he is not the only one with that idea. While Hal, Reese and Malcolm get lost in the desert, Lois and Dewey enjoy a day of relaxation. Written by MetaControl

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19 November 2000 (USA)  »

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At the end of Lois & Dewey's Spa day dinner, Dewey answers the phone and Lois holds the coffee cup in her right hand. Change camera and she is holding the cup in her left hand. See more »

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Hal: [after being busted for trespassing on an artillery range] Of course, we're terribly sorry about this and we realize that fences are there for a reason. However, in fairness, when we climbed the fence we weren't sure if we were going in or out. You want to explain the theory, son?
Malcolm: Not really.
Major Hughes: This is a highly classified testing ground and I could very easily detain the three of you indefinitely for national security reasons.
Reese: Know what nobody's mentioned? Is that this is supposed to be the ...
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