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Homework: Family Road Trips

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Homework: Family Road Trips

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Homework: Family Road Trips

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Host Andrea Seabrook searches for the best road trip tales about siblings, dogs and other adventures.

(Soundbite of TV show "The Simpsons")

BART SIMPSON: Are we there yet?

LISA SIMPSON: Are we there yet?

HOMER SIMPSON: No.

BART SIMPSON: Are we there yet?

LISA SIMPSON: Are we there yet?

HOMER SIMPSON: No.

BART SIMPSON: Are we there yet?

LISA SIMPSON: Are we there yet?

HOMER SIMPSON: No.

ANDREA SEABROOK, host:

Ah, the family road trip. Before you pack up your car for the Fourth of July weekend, I've got a homework assignment for you. We want your best road trip tales.

(Soundbite of "The Simpsons")

BART SIMPSON: Are we there yet?

LISA SIMPSON: Are we there yet?

HOMER SIMPSON: No.

BART SIMPSON: Are we there yet?

LISA SIMPSON: Are we there yet?

HOMER SIMPSON: Why you littleā€¦

MARGE SIMPSON: Homer, I think we're there.

SEABROOK: Unhinged parents, squabbling siblings, stanky dogs, whatever your open road story is, send it to homework@npr.org or call the homework hotline at 202-408-5183. Make sure you send us a number so we can get back to you. That's homework@npr.org or 202-408-5183. Are we there yet?

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