At Senior Ditch Day, most of the students, including Kelly, Donna, David and Brenda go to Magic Mountain, where Kelly becomes a victim of theft and Donna refuses to be a victim when she puts her self-defense skills to the test, while Andrea fears riding a new roller coaster. Meanwhile, Brandon gets stuck running the Peach Pit after Nat calls in sick, just as a huge party of tourists arrive with Ginger, their tour guide. After a mix up, she can't deliver on her tour promises, including a meet and greet with Burt Reynolds. So, Steve, Ginger and Dylan set out in search of Burt Reynolds who may be able to help Ginger, the tour guide, who seems to have been conned by her boss, but who is really a con artist herself, using all of them in her latest scam. The search for Mr Reynolds leads Dylan, Steve and Ginger to a movie studio where they end up as extras in a mouth wash commercial, and then all of them get arrested for driving in Brandon's car after Ginger steals it.
Did You Know?
As Steve and Dylan chase down Ginger, causing her to pull over, Dylan asks "What was that?" To which Steve responds, "That was the Heartbeat of America", which was the then-slogan of Chevrolet, which makes Corvettes like the one Steve drives. In the closed captions, however, Steve's response reads "I got her to stop, didn't I?" See more
When the tour group arrives and Dylan offers to help, Brandon calls him "Steve". See more
[Dylan, Steve, and Ginger are dressed up in green skin suits for a TV commercial
I started the day studying for the SAT's, and now look at me, Steve. I'm Kermit the Frog!
With a rash!
References Cop & ½
Written by Paul Desmond
Performed by the Dave Brubeck Quartet See more