Flash continues his record attempt, even acting in the Indiana Jones show as the intrepid adventurer. The girls repeat Karen's Country and Western number for hours; when Dana and Al protest because the would-be-star won't even agree to lunch break, she decides to try it in the Neon Armadillo solo, but freezes choked by stage-fright; the other two offer to try again as a trio, which is an instant success. J.T. and Rich aren't even on speaking terms anymore, till Flash makes the big spender admit it's all his fault and realize he's throwing his best, even only good friendship away for pointless pride, Rich accepts J.T.'s offer to cash in his plane ticket, drive back and start over saving as friends. Mark discovers everything was open later when the Russian took the title, so Flash gets three extra hours. The parents realize only Lilly will remain with them long, grandma Helen gives them their actual anniversary night alone in her condo. Written by
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