DJ, Stephanie and Michelle come home from summer camp. Michelle brings home a rabbit she was supposed to let go, but as Danny says he should be let go, DJ, Stephanie and Michelle go back to camp with Steve and let the rabbit go. When they get there they find the bunny gone, Steve's car stuck and a surprising visitor.
Did You Know?
The title refers to the phrase "It was a dark and stormy night" which was first used by Victorian novelist Edward Bulwer-Lytton in the novel 'Paul Clifford' in 1830. Later it became a cliché for long and ponderous writing and was often used by Snoopy in the comic strip 'Peanuts' when he was writing his novels. See more
Donna Jo 'D.J.' Margaret Tanner
[a loud sound comes from outside
What was that?
Steven 'Steve' Hale
It was probably just the wind.
Stephanie 'Steph' Judith Tanner
Just the wind? Just the wind? It's NEVER just the wind!
References The Burning