While Al waits for the insurance company to settle on the theft on his Dodge, he test drives possible replacements: a Lincoln, a Mercedes, etc. Meanwhile, Kelly seeks a car of her own. When the fast talking salesman tells her the car's price is 50K's she starts collecting K's from books, newspapers, etc. Written by
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While Al constantly refers to his Dodge, it is in fact a Plymouth Duster, a variant of the Dodge Demon. If you look closely in episodes with his car, you will notice a Duster emblem on the fenders. See more
Someone stole my Dodge.
Well it's your own fault for leaving it out front on garbage day. I'll bet somebody took it to start a new limousine service. You know, for those people who can't quite afford the luxury of Greyhound.
Or maybe they'll use it as a pace car in the Garbage Man 500.
The closing credits feature Kelly talking on the phone to another car salesman, who tells her that the price of another new car is 50 G's. See more
References Wheel of Fortune
No Particular Place to Go
Composed, Written and Performed by Chuck Berry See more