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The Battle of Evermore 

Since Red ruined Erics life for getting engaged, their rowing gets worse for weeks, even chases the gang away. Kitty signs them up for a charity father-son Point Place Paul Bunyan pioneer ... See full summary »

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Since Red ruined Erics life for getting engaged, their rowing gets worse for weeks, even chases the gang away. Kitty signs them up for a charity father-son Point Place Paul Bunyan pioneer event; they still fight and get creamed by Charlie and Mitch, an apparently perfect pair; as events progress the team' temperaments seem to get reversed, but at the end -a loss- nothing has really changed. Hyde doesn't believe Leo has just disappeared, so the gang look for him in his apartment; the new tenant has a note and a gift for Steven... Written by KGF Vissers

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The episode title is also the title of a track on the fourth album by Led Zeppelin, released in 1971. Several other episodes are also named for songs on this album, including "Going to California", "Black Dog", and "Misty Mountain Hop". See more »

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Eric say's the Millennium Falcon "made the Kessel Run in less than six parsecs. Han Solo claimed that his Millennium Falcon "made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs. See more »

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Michael Kelso: You know Leo never liked phones. He said he could hear voices in 'em.
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References CHiPs (1977) See more »

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The Race is On
Performed by George Jones
Written by 'Don Rollins'
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