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Tommy and Julie ride to the prom in a rented stretch limousine; Randy and Fred arrive shortly after and sneak backstage.Randy becomes increasingly annoyed with watching the Valley High kids dance, but Fred assures him all is going according to plan.Tommy recovers and storms through the crowd towards Randy and Julie, who start a food fight to slow Tommy down and facilitate their escape from the venue in Tommy's rented limousine.As the happy couple ride into the night towards the Valley Sheraton, Julie removes Tommy's I. bracelet, which had been a sign of the relationship between the two during the entire film, and throws it out the window.Many of the songs used were minor chart hits in 1982–83. " was a regional hit in Southern California in 1981, placing #5 on KROQ-FM's Top 106 songs of the year and "He Could Be the One" from her album Convertible Music had reached #74 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1982.The song heard over the opening credits is "Girls Like Me" from Bonnie Hayes' 1982 album Good Clean Fun, which "bubbled under" the Billboard 200 album chart at #206.Julie's friends, dismayed by her relationship with Randy, pressure her to get back together with Tommy.
Randy knocks Tommy out, then escorts a thrilled Julie from the stage through the crowd.Fred chides Randy for moping over Julie, but tells him he needs to fight if he truly wants her back.After Randy flits about the Valley for the next few days just so he can get a glimpse at Julie, Fred says he has a plan that will both reunite Randy with Julie and get revenge against Tommy.The Plimsouls' "A Million Miles Away" and the Payolas' "Eyes of a Stranger" were moderate hits in 1982, reaching #11 and #22, respectively, on Billboards Top Tracks chart."I Melt with You" by Modern English reached #78 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1983.