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One Truck, Al Dente 

Al pressures JT to help her learn to drive. JT suggests the driving lesson take place in Frank's new truck. It comes back with a huge dent in the side, and the two scrambling to cover up what happened.

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Frank Lambert
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Carol Foster Lambert
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Dana Foster
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Cody Lambert
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John Thomas 'J.T.' Lambert
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Karen Foster
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Alicia 'Al' Lambert
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Mark Foster
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Brendan Lambert
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Dana is over-sensitive to painkillers, but after a serious dentist job can't stand it, and gets stoned badly enough to get frisky with the Codemeister and try his ice-cream-headache. Carol drags Frank to nurse Decker's baby-care class, where he demonstrates easy ways to- kill any baby. Al has got her driver's license, but Frank won't let her drive 'while there may be other cars driving' without a responsible adult, so she convinces JT -who never thought of himself as either- and gets a king-size dent in Frank's firm truck driving one yard, against a bin on the driveway. Against Cody's advice to tell the truth, JT tries a fender-bender paste... Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Family | Romance

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10 February 1995 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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As used in the title, in cooking the adjective al dente describes pasta or rice that has been cooked so as to be firm but not hard or vegetables that are cooked to the "tender crisp" phase. See more »

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