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"Spring Break (Part 2)" (1018)

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Episode title: Spring Break (Part 2)
Episode production code: 1018

Episode # in production code order: 227
Episode # in true US premiere order: 227
Episode # in old US premiere order: 228

US premiere date: February 25, 1996
US premiere time: 9 pm

Written by Calvin Brown, Jr.
Directed by Gerry Cohen

First camera shot: Conclusion.

Synopsis: It turns out that the bikini contest that Jefferson is judging has $10,000 prize for first place, so Kelly enters the contest. Al and Griff wind up as judges with Jefferson posing as his frat brothers. They concoct a scheme to have Kelly win the contest, but no one can find out Al and Kelly are related. Marcy, Bud and his friends finally make it to Florida after having every imaginable detour. When they arrive Marcy finds out about the contest and tries to expose Al.

Recurring character cast:
Griff: Harold Sylvester
Ashley: Heidi Mark
Fawn: Lisa Boyle
Mindy: Lisa Picotte

Guest cast:
Dan Inwood: Chris Hardwick
Barney: Shawn Michael Howard
Hummer: Dave Ruby
Achmed: S. Kyle Parker
Parley Wayne Rockefeller: Micky Jones
Waitress: Denise Hulsey
Life Guard #1: Brad Nickell
Life Guard #2: Scott Gurney
Claudia Harrison (Miss New York): Marie Caldare
Marla Strong (Miss Detroit): Renee Tenison (Playboy centerfold for November, 1989, and Playboy Playmate of the Year 1990 (issue June 1990))
Scarlett Turner (Miss Atlanta): Tonya Watts
Angela Cohen (Miss Beverly Hills): Meadow Williams
Policeman: Todd Glass
Life Guard #3: Bailey Lutegert
Judge Miyagi Wong: Warren Tabata
Missy Cameron: Jami Music
Tammy Grindstaff-Burke: Jennifer Echols
Lucky (voice over): Kim Weiskopf

Music: "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" by Cyndi Lauper.

Influences: Scarlett Turner's name is a mix of Atlanta-related Scarlett O'Hara (character from Gone with the Wind) and Ted Turner (founder of CNN).


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