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Urged by his parents to either apply to college or find a job, JT takes a part-time position as a car washer at a used car lot. He quickly rises to salesman and not does he enjoy his new job, he's surprisingly good at it. Something that a skeptical Carol has to see to believe.
Meanwhile, Dana's psych class has her analyzing a member of her own family, Cody. A task that is not as simple as Dana would have hoped. And could cost her a good grade.
Frank is again seen reading the catalog "Sports Oddities". This is the same magazine that contained the Green Bay Packers Chair that Frank wanted in an earlier episode.
The following is missing from the series run in syndication: Prior to Cody's session on the couch, Karen is heading out and she see's Dana preparing questions for Cody. Then Cody enters the room wearing a straitjacket for his session with Dana.
End Credits (deleted during syndication): JT stars in a commercial for the car dealership, featuring him in a farmers suit talking to a cow.
(Karen offers Cody a turkey dog)
Karen: Would you like one Cody?
Cody: No way, I tried a couple of those suckers once and it shot through me like a herd of Buffalo.
(Dana looks for a member of the family to study)
Mark: Sorry sis, puberty has hit me big time. There are in things in my mind that shouldn't be aired in public.
(Dana asked Cody about his earliest memory)
Cody: Well, now let's see, my earliest memory was floating in a pool of water with the faint sound of a heartbeat. (imitates a heartbeat) Then I had to squeeze down this narrow tunnel and at the end this dude in a mask grabbed me and slapped me on the butt and said it's a boy. I must have been about three or four at the time.
Dana: Cody I am not interested in your demented memoirs from the womb.
Cody: Boy, that's a relief, because before that narrow tunnel dealy, I don't remember squat. Except for one time, I remember I had a tail and I was swimming around with about a million other dudes who looked just like me. I wonder what happened to those other dudes?
Dana: Alright, I'm gonna say a word and you tell me the first thing that pops into your head.
Cody: Alright! OK.
Cody: High tension wires.
Dana: High tension wires? That's what you think of when I mention mother?
Cody: Well sure. You know I'm always welding stuff up for my right? Well last year I found these awesome high tension wires and I welded them up into a hammock for her. Course, uh, she sat in it during an electrical storm and fried off all her hair.
Cody: Fire extinguisher.
Dana: Fire extinguisher?
Cody: Well yeah, when Mom caught on fire somebody had to put her out.
Frank: 85 bucks for a mud bath? Honey I got a better idea. I'll just turn on the hose and we can roll around in the backyard.
(Frank reads the reaction of Dana's professor to her paper on Cody)
Frank: Dear Ms. Foster, just because your subject, Cody Lambert, gave some unusual answers doesn't mean he as, as you put it, a nutcase. He seems to be free thinking and creative. You however are narrow minded and judgemental. Get over it. I like this guy.