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256: Aloha, Oy! I
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January 22, 1994

The Barclays win a family vacation to Hawaii! Everything looks great, until they discover they'll be travelling with none other than the Rathbone clan.


Characters
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Character
Actor
App.
# 19
# 1
# 37
# 2
# 39
# 44
# 10
# 20
# 15


Production Team
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Phil Lollar   Dave Arnold
Phil Lollar   Dave Arnold
Writer
Director
  Sound Designer


Trivia
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When Jimmy and Lawrence are on the plane, Jimmy starts to pretend he's a 747 captain. Then Lawrence jumps in and yells "Mayday! Mayday! This is Flight 714 - we're going down!" This is directly connected to the Tintin graphic novel "Flight 714," in which Tintin, Captain Haddock, and others are in a jet (Flight 714), which is eventually forced to crashed-land on a tropical island.
- noname

Like Walker Edmiston did with Tom and Bart in Tom for Mayor, Pamela Hayden carries on a conversation with herself in this episode as both Doris Rathbone and the stewardess on the plane to Hawaii.
- H Tide

The first three-part episode since "Back to Bethlehem" in 1990.
- Ben


Goofs
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Allusions
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When Lawrence asks, "Do you think we'll see Steve McFarell here?" Donna says, "who?" and Jimmy answers, "You know, Hawaii Five Aloha?" This is a direct reference to the popular police show Hawaii Five-O
- Charlene


Quotes
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Donna Barclay: How many years have you lived here?
Don Iowa: On the islands, we don't measure time in years, but in full moons.
Donna Barclay: Okay...how many full moons have you lived here?
Don Iowa: About three years' worth.
- noname

(Doris is exiting the plane, and a stewardess approaches her)
StewardessMa'am, I'm afraid I'm going to need the blanket and pillow now.
Doris: Blanket and pillow?
Stewardess: The ones in the bag--they're airline property.
Doris: They're not souvenirs?
Stewardess: No, and neither are the silverware, the drinking glass, the food tray, the coffee pot, the floatation device, or the bag, actually.
Doris: The bag is airline property?
Stewardess: No, the bag is my property.
- H Tide


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