Parker Lewis Can't Lose


Compiled by Terry Gaetz [TJG]

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First Season (1990-91)


Last Revised:  1994 Mar 05 [TJG]

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The lines beginning with '[n.nn]' contain the official episode title as
obtained from the production company.  The numbers in brackets are an
informal numbering scheme where the integer part indicates the season
number and the fractional part gives the number of the episode in order
of original air date.  NOTE:  these [n.nn] numbers are *NOT* based on
official information and are completely unofficial.

"Walker #", "Production #", and revision dates were obtained from 
copies of the scripts.

The comment in curly braces following the title is a brief description
of the blackout gag(s) at the beginning and end of the program.
Additional information can be found in the episode guide supplement.

Sunday broadcasts were at 7:30 PM Eastern and Thursday broadcasts at 8:30 PM
Eastern unless otherwise noted.  The episode capsule summaries are based on
the summaries in _TV Guide_; the (frequent) _TV Guide_ spelling errors
have been corrected.

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Regular cast (credited at the beginning of the show):

Actor                  Abbrev.     Character
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Abraham Benrubi        ABe         Francis Lawrence "Lar(r)y" Kubiac III
Anne Bloom             ABl         Judy Lewis (Season 1 except pilot)
Maia Brewton           MB          Shelly Ann Lewis
Melanie Chartoff       MC          Grace Musso
Jennifer Guthrie       JG          Annie Faith Sloan (a guest star in
                                   season 2, she became a regular in season 3)
Sherman Howard         SH          Martin Lloyd "Marty" Lewis (pilot only)
William Jayne          WJ (BJ)     Michael Patrick "Mikey" Randall
                                   (usually billed as Billy Jayne in season 2)
Paul Johansson         PJ          Nick Comstock (season 2)
Taj Johnson            TJ          Frank Lemmer (season 1 and 2)
Corin Nemec            CN          Parker Lloyd Lewis
Harold Pruett          HP          Brad Penny (season 3)
John Pinette           JP          Coach Hank Kohler (season 3)
Troy Slaten            TS          Jerry Steiner
Timothy Stack          TSt         Martin Lloyd "Marty" Lewis (except pilot)
Mary Ellen Trainor     MET         Judy Lewis, pilot and season 2


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                          Quick Guide
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Seq#   Air Date    "Title" {blackout}
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[1.01] 1990 Sep 02 "Pilot" {refrigerator}
[1.02] 1990 Sep 09 "Operation Kubiac" {attic}
[1.03] 1990 Sep 16 "Power Play" {washing machine}
[1.04] 1990 Sep 23 "Parker Lewis Must Lose" {medicine cabinet}
[1.05] 1990 Sep 30 "Close, but No Guitar" {Parker's locker}
[1.06] 1990 Oct 07 "G.A.G. Dance" {television set}
[1.07] 1990 Oct 14 "Love's a Beast" {slide projector screen}
[1.08] 1990 Oct 21 "Saving Grace" {microwave}
[1.09] 1990 Oct 28 "Musso & Frank" {portrait photographer's camera}
[1.10] 1990 Nov 04 "Deja Dudes" {front door peephole}
[1.11] 1990 Nov 15 "Radio Free Flamingo" {car trunk}
[1.12] 1990 Nov 18 "Science Fair" {coat closet}
[1.13] 1990 Dec 02 "Teacher, Teacher" {yearbook photo camera}
[1.14] 1990 Dec 16 "Rent-A-Kube" {soft drink vending machine}
[1.15] 1991 Jan 13 "Heather the Class" {Pictionary pad}
[1.16] 1991 Feb 03 "Jerry: Portrait of a Video Junkie" {photo booth}
[1.17] 1991 Feb 10 "Splendor in the Class" {aquarium}
[1.18] 1991 Feb 17 "The Human Grace" {garbage can}
[1.19] 1991 Feb 24 "Citizen Kube" {arcade game}
[1.20] 1991 Mar 10 "Randall without a Cause" {clapper in the hangout}
[1.21] 1991 Mar 24 "Jerry's First Date" {photocopier glass}
[1.22] 1991 Apr 07 "Against the Norm" {drive-up window at Sparky's}
[1.23] 1991 Apr 28 "King Kube" {baby pictures}
[1.24] 1991 May 05 "Teens from a Mall" {vocational counselor interviews}
[1.25] 1991 May 12 "My Fair Shelly" {front door of date's home}
[1.26] 1991 May 19 "Parker Lewis Can't Win" {Valley Medical Tower elevator}


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[1.01] "Pilot" {refrigerator}

Air dates:              Sep  2, 1990; Sep  6, 1990 (Thu)

Written by:             Lon Diamond & Clyde Phillips
Director:               Thom Eberhardt
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB

Also Starring:          Mary Ellen Trainor
                        Sherman Howard
                        Milla Jovovich            [Robin Fecknowitz]
                        Abraham Benrubi           [Larry Kubiac]
                        Taj Johnson               [Frank Lemmer]
                        Clyde Kusatsu          as "Mr. Loopman"
Featuring:              Scott Thomson             Mr. Kornstein
                        Lisa Canning              Andrea Russell
                        Zachary Bostrom           Bobby [Kubiac, Larry's
                                                         younger brother]
                        Christopher Faulk         Grad school genius
                        Evelina Fernandez         Registrar

Synopsis:
   When Parker kisses Mikey's heartthrob, the pals' relationship is
   strained, until both are threatened by monstrous Kubiac.

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[1.02] "Operation Kubiac" {attic}

Air Dates:              Sep  9, 1990; Dec 30, 1990; Jun 16, 1991

Written by:             Clyde Phillips & Lon Diamond
Director:               Andy Tennant
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, TJ, MC

Co-Starring:            Patrick T. O'Brien        Mr. Kubiac
                        Melanie MacQueen          Mrs. Kubiac
Featuring:              Stephen Burrell           Scout #1
                        Jack Jozefson             Scout #2
                        Steven Whiteford          Reporter #1
                        Susan Angelo              Reporter #2
                        Deborah Stern             Teen Babe

Synopsis:
   Highly recruited football star Kubiac counts on Parker to help him
   pass the math test he needs to graduate after Lemmer points out his
   lack of mathematical skill.

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[1.03] "Power Play" {washing machine}

Air Dates:              Sep 16, 1990; Nov 25, 1990

Written by:             Alan Cross & Tom Spezialy
Director:               Max Tash
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, ABl, TJ, MC

Guest Starring:         Kevin Wixted
Co-Starring:            Julie Condra
                        Keith Williams
                        Vernon Weddle

Synopsis:
   A new student (Kevin Wixted) launches an attack on Parker's
   popularity, outmaneuvering his every move and drafting "best bud"
   Jerry into his camp. Donna Sue Horton: Julie Condra.

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[1.04] "Parker Lewis Must Lose" {medicine cabinet}

Air Dates:              Sep 23, 1990; Nov 11, 1990

Written by:             Tom Straw
Director:               Randall Miller
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, ABl, TJ, MC

Guest Starring:         Kim Valentine
Featuring:              Lawrence Spinak           Conrad Fleck
                        Torri Whitehead           Jamie
                        B.J. Barie                Badge
                        Scott Egan                Jock
                        Tiffanie Poston           Cheerleader
                        Scott Jensen              Man In Body Cast

Synopsis:
   Parker Lewis can't lose the election for junior-class president, but
   after seeing how sincere -- and pretty -- his opponent (Kim
   Valentine) is, he wants to.  Conrad Fleck: Lawrence Spinak.

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[1.05] "Close, but No Guitar" {Parker's locker}

Air Dates:              Sep 30, 1990; Dec  9, 1990; Apr 21, 1991

Written by:             Clyde Phillips & Lon Diamond
Director:               Bryan Spicer
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, ABl, TJ, MC

Special Appearance by:  Ziggy Marley
Special Appearance by:  Kool Moe Dee
Co-Starring:            Alla Korot                Mary Lou
                        Mina Kolb                 Aunt Celia
                        Macka Foley               Gym Coach
                        Rodney Allan Rippy        Student
                        Robert Greenberg          Teacher #1
                        Irina Cashen              Little Girl

Synopsis:
   Mikey strikes the wrong chord with Parker when he drops out and picks
   up the guitar full time.  Kool Moe Dee and Ziggy Marley have cameos.
   Mary Lou: Alla Korot.  Student: Rodney Allen Rippy.

Notes:
   Prod. #161955
   Walker #T22067-91-004
   Final Draft:  August 17, 1990; 4 revisions to 08/27/90

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[1.06] "G.A.G. Dance" {television set}

Air Dates:              Oct  7, 1990; Dec 23, 1990

Written by:             Clyde Phillips & Lon Diamond
Director:               Lyndall Hobbs
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, ABl, TJ, MC

Guest Starring:         Robyn Lively
Co-Starring:            Alla Korot
                        Penina Segall
Featuring:              Lawrence Spinak           Conrad Fleck
                        Laurie Plaxen             Stacy
                        Caroline Gilshian         Girl #1

Synopsis:
   The annual "Girls Ask Guys Dance" at Santo Domingo High has Parker
   all jazzed up to win the affections of the beauteous Tracy Lee
   Summers (Robyn Lively).

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[1.07] "Love's a Beast" {slide projector screen}

Air Dates:              Oct 14, 1990; Jan 27, 1991

Written by:             Peter Ocko & Adam Barr
Director:               Max Tash
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, ABl, TJ, MC

Guest Star:             Keely Christian
Co-Starring:            B. J. Barie               Badge
                        Laurie Plaxen             Stacy

Synopsis:
   Mikey has a secret admirer nicknamed "Breathless," and Parker has the
   wind knocked out of him when he realizes it's his sister Shelly.
   Kristen:  Keely Christian.

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[1.08] "Saving Grace" {microwave}

Air Dates:              Oct 21, 1990

Written by:             Russell Marcus
Director:               Bryan Spicer
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TJ, MC

Guest Stars:            Ron Canada                Man #1
                        Wesley Mann               Man #2
                        Gerrit Graham             Dr. Pankow
Featuring:              Monty Bane                Cook
                        Robert Greenberg          Loopman
                        Phyllis Flax              Librarian
                        Tiffanie Poston           Cheerleader

Synopsis:
   Parker has to choose between the lesser of two evils when Musso is
   ousted and her replacement (Gerrit Graham) turns out to be at least
   twice as bad.  Man No. 1: Ron Canada.  Man No. 2: Wesley Mann.
   Cheerleader: Tiffanie Poston.

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[1.09] "Musso & Frank" {portrait photographer's camera}

Air Dates:              Oct 28, 1990; Jan  6, 1991

Written by:             Clyde Phillips & Lon Diamond
Director:               Max Tash
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, ABl, TJ, MC

Special Appearance by:  David Faustino
Guest Star:             Andrea Elson
Guest Stars:            Paige French              Audrey
                        Larry Spinak              Conrad Fleck
                        B. J. Barie               Badge/Hard Guy

Synopsis:
   In exchange for Lemmer's tutoring of Jerry, Parker is resigned to
   helping Lemmer find a date so he won't have to go out with Musso's
   niece.  David Faustino ("Married ... With Children") has a cameo.
   Denise: Andrea Elson. Audrey: Paige French.

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[1.10] "Deja Dudes" {front door peephole}

Air Dates:              Nov  4, 1990; Jan 20, 1991; Jun  2, 1991

Written by:             Tom Straw
Director:               Bryan Spicer
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, ABl, TJ, MC

Guest Star:             David Morin
                        Gary Grossman
Guest Starring:         R. A. Mihailoff           Bronc Adelson
                        Michele Buffone           Tina
                        J. Frank Stewart          George
                        Joel Swetow               Rod

Synopsis:
   Parker gains new respect for his old man when, at his dad's 20th
   reunion, he discovers his father (Timothy Stack) once slimed
   student-at-the-time Musso.  Vic:  David Morin.  Gary:  Gary Grossman.
   Bronk Adelson:  R. A. Milailoff.  Tina:  Michele Buffone.

Notes:
   Prod. #161960
   Walker #T22067-91-009
   Rev. Final Draft:  September 21, 1990; 2 revisions to 09/25/90 PM

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[1.11] "Radio Free Flamingo" {car trunk}

Air Dates:              Nov 15, 1990; Mar 17, 1991

Written by:             David Caplan & Brian Lapan
Director:               Jeff Melman
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TJ, MC

Guest Starring:         Julie Condra
Featuring:              Robert Greenberg          Mr. Loopman

Synopsis:
   The buds power up a long-hidden pirate radio station, which isn't
   music to Musso's ears, and has Parker receiving static from a
   neglected Donna Sue (Julie Condra).  Mr. Loopman: Robert Greenberg.

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[1.12] "Science Fair" {coat closet}

Air Dates:              Nov 18, 1990; Mar  3, 1991

Written by:             John Debellis
Director:               Max Tash
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TJ, MC

Guest Star:             Gerrit Graham
                        Luke Edwards
Featuring:              Jack Tice                 Judge
                        Kevin Krakower            Sam

Synopsis:
   The science fair is an experiment in terror for Jerry whose buds have
   to invent a way to bolster his confidence for the district contest.
   Young Jerry: Luke Edwards.  Dr. Pankow: Gerrit Graham.  Judge: Jack
   Tice.

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[1.13] "Teacher, Teacher" {yearbook photo camera}

Air Dates:              Dec  2, 1990; Mar 31, 1991

Written by:             Clyde Phillips & Lon Diamond
Director:               Bryan Spicer
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TJ, MC

Guest Starring:         Penny Johnson
Co-Starring:            Jamie Cardriche           Luke MacDonald
                        John Horn                 Mr. Krantz
Featuring:              Delana Michaels           Mother #1
                        Parker Whitman            Father #1
                        Lyndsey Fields            Mother #2
                        Lee Anthony               Father #2

Synopsis:
   After Parker breaks the golden rule one too many times, his favorite
   teacher (Penny Johnson) quits, and he's going to need more than an
   apple to win her back.

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[1.14] "Rent-A-Kube" {soft drink vending machine}

Air Dates:              Dec 16, 1990; Apr 14, 1991; Oct 12, 1991 (Sat 9:30 PM)

Written by:             Tom Straw
Director:               Andy Tennant
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, ABl, MC

Special Appearance by:  Ozzy Osbourne
Co-Starring:            B. J. Barie               Badge
                        Gary McGurk               Officer Donovan
Featuring:              Dani Lee                  Gina Lang
                        Paul Wiley                Reverend Rafferty
                        Kymberleigh St. Peter     Pretty Girl
                        Rodney Allan Rippy        Rodney
                        Robert Cavanaugh          Tim

Synopsis:
   Parker hires Kubiac to help curb shoplifting at his parents' video
   store, but "Robo-Kube" scares away the customers.  Off. Donovan:
   Gary McGurk. Badge: B. J. Barie.

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[1.15] "Heather the Class" {Pictionary pad}

Air Dates:              Jan 13, 1991; May 26, 1991

Written by:             Tom Spezialy & Alan Cross
Director:               Max Tash
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TJ, MC

Guest Starring:         Michele Abrams            Jamie
Co-Starring:            Tiffany Brissette         Annie Ricker
                        Malaika                   Merlene
Featuring:              Macka Foley               Gym Coach
                        Randy Murzynski           Sports Reporter

Synopsis:
   Shelly joins the snobby Vogues, whose style is to humiliate, so they
   fashion a trap for Parker by setting up Jerry.  Jamie: Michele
   Abrams. Annie Ricker: Tiffany Brissette.

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[1.16] "Jerry: Portrait of a Video Junkie" {photo booth}

Air Dates:              Feb  3, 1991; Jul 14, 1991

Written by:             Lon Diamond & Clyde Phillips
Director:               Bryan Spicer
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TJ, MC

Special Guest Star:     Barbara Billingsley       
Special Appearance by:  Jerry Mathers
Guest Starring:         Bruce Jarchow             Group Leader
Co-Starring:            B. J. Barie               Badge
                        Jeffrey Arbaugh           Todd
Co-Starring:            Aron Eisenberg            Steven
                        Donna Eskra               Darla
                        Ken Exner                 Alan

Synopsis:
   Parker tries to cure Jerry of his video-game addiction, while Musso
   wishes she could zap her visiting mother (Barbara Billingsley of
   "Leave It to Beaver").  Jerry Mathers (the Beaver) has a cameo.
   Badge: B.J. Barie.  Steven: Aron Eisenberg.  Alan: Ken Exner.
   Darla: Donna Eskra. Todd: Jeffrey Arbaugh.

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[1.17] "Splendor in the Class" {aquarium}

Air Dates:              Feb 10, 1991; Jun 23, 1991

Teleplay by:            Tom Spezialy & Alan Cross
Story by:               Michael Swerdlick
[Written by:            Michael Swerdlick     <-- in the script]
Director:               Lawrence Jay Lipton
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, ABl, TJ, MC

Guest Starring:         April Lerman
Featuring:              Robert Greenberg          Mr. Loopman

Synopsis:
   Parker's new girlfriend (April Lerman) wants him all to herself,
   leaving Mikey and Jerry a bud short.

Notes:
   Prod. #161968
   Walker #T22067-91-017
   Final Draft:  November 28, 1990; 1 revision to 12/03/90

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[1.18] "The Human Grace" {garbage can}

Air Dates:              Feb 17, 1991; Jun  9, 1991

Written by:             Tom Straw
Director:               Max Tash
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, TJ, MC

Guest Starring:         Gerrit Graham
Co-Starring:            Takayo Fischer            Chairwoman
                        Charles Wahleheim         Randy
Special Appearance by:  "Weird Al" Yankovic

Synopsis:
   Parker plays Cupid for Musso and archenemy Dr. Pankow (Gerrit
   Graham), but he realizes his aim is off when he overhears Pankow
   plotting against her.

Notes:
   Prod. #161967
   Walker #T22067-91-016
   Final Draft:  November 20, 1990; 2 revisions to 11/27/90

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[1.19] "Citizen Kube" {arcade game}

Air Dates:              Feb 24, 1991; Jun 30, 1991

Teleplay by:            Tom Spezialy & Alan Cross
Story by:               Clyde Phillips & Lon Diamond
Director:               Max Tash
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TJ, MC

Special Guest Star:     Taime Downe               Young Bum/Rock Star
Guest Starring:         Wesley Mann               Man #1
Co-Starring:            B. J. Barie               Badge
                        Larry Spinak              Conrad Fleck
                        William Lester Collins    Yuppie Guy
And Featuring:          Jeanne Wolf               as herself
                        Randy Murzynski           Sports Reporter

Synopsis:
   After running out of money -- and food -- Kubiac is saved when he
   wins millions, but sunk when his friends feast on his generosity.
   Jeanne Wolf appears as herself.  Rock Star: Taime Downe.

Notes:
   The show-within-the-show on which Larry was profiled was named
   "Portraits of the Big and Wealthy."

   Prod. #161971
   Walker #T22067-91-021
   Rev. Second Draft:  December 19, 1990; 1 revision to 01/08/91

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[1.20] "Randall without a Cause" {clapper in the hangout}

Air Dates:              Mar 10, 1991; Jul  7, 1991

Written by:             Lon Diamond & Clyde Phillips
Director:               Max Tash
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TJ, MC

Guest Starring:         Charles Rocket
Guest Starring:         Brad Tatum                Sammy
Co-Starring:            Dennis C. Stewart         Mean Guy
                        Ron Dortch                Officer #1

Synopsis:
   Mikey figures he was born to be wild when he joins a biker gang, but
   he finds it's not such an easy ride after he's arrested.
   Sgt. Jake Melman: Charles Rocket.

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[1.21] "Jerry's First Date" {photocopier glass}

Air Dates:              Mar 24, 1991; Jul 21, 1991 (7 PM)

Written by:             Peter Ocko & Adam Barr
Director:               Bryan Spicer

Guest Starring:         A. J. Langer              Melissa
                        Jan Rabson                Future Jerry
Co-Starring:            Joshua Lucas              Evan
                        Bob Tzudiker              Doctor
                        Noni White                Questioner

Synopsis:
   The buds agree to be Jerry's professors of love when his first date
   takes him to a college campus with the academically advanced girl of
   his dreams (A. J. Langer).

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[1.22] "Against the Norm" {drive-up window at Sparky's}

Air Dates:              Apr  7, 1991; Oct 20, 1991

Written by:             Tom Straw
Director:               Bryan Spicer
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TJ, MC

Guest Starring:         Gerrit Graham
Co-Starring:            B. J. Barie               Badge
Featuring:              Kymberleigh St. Peter     Waitress

Synopsis:
   When the dastardly Dr. Pankow (Gerrit Graham) returns with another
   evil scheme to oust Musso, can Parker rescue the unfair maiden?
   Badge: B. J. Barie.  Kubiac: Abraham Benrubi.

Notes:
   Prod. #161973
   Walker #T22067-91-022
   Final Draft:  February 13, 1991; 4 revisions to 02/25/91

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[1.23] "King Kube" {baby pictures}

Air Dates:              Apr 28, 1991; Jul 28, 1991

Written by:             Tom Spezialy & Alan Cross
Director:               Bryan Spicer

Special Appearance by:  Donny Osmond
Guest Starring:         Yohanna Yonas             Eileen Larson
                        Joy Crell                 Amber
                        Leanna Crell              Kandy
                        Monica Crell              Barbie

Synopsis:
   Jerry, flying solo, gets Kubiac elected King of the Prom as a joke,
   but this year's theme will be fear unless the buds find a way to
   break it to him gently.  Donny Osmond has a cameo.

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[1.24] "Teens from a Mall" {vocational counselor interviews}

Air Dates:              May  5, 1991

Written by:             Clyde Phillips & Lon Diamond
Director:               Andy Tennant
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TJ, MC

Guest Starring:         Josie Bissett             Sarah
                        Don Lake                  Ira Lefko
                        Bruce Jarchow             Dr. Carroll
                        Wesley Mann               Credit Man
Co-Starring:            Cynthia Mann              Grodnik Griddle Girl
                        Larry Spinak              Conrad Fleck
Featuring:              Rusty Schwimmer           Lady
                        Simon Hart                Dave (Store Manager)
                        Venus Thomas              Clerk

Synopsis:
   It's a mall world: Parker, searching for the girl of his dreams, is
   accused of shoplifting; Jerry shops for a job; shopaholic Musso
   fights excessive spending.  Sarah: Josie Bissett.  Lefko: Don Lake.

Notes:
   Prod. #161974
   Walker #T22067-91-023
   Final Draft:  February 20, 1991; 3 revisions to 03/01/91

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[1.25] "My Fair Shelly" {front door of date's home}

Air Dates:              May 12, 1991; Jul 21, 1991 (7:30 PM)

Written by:             Peter Ocko & Adam Barr
Director:               Andy Tennant
Starring:               CN, WJ, TSl, MB, ABe, TSt, TJ
                        Starring MC as Ms. Musso

Guest Star:             Jonathan Ward             Brad Donovan
Guest Starring:         Brooke Theiss             Melinda Harris
Featuring:              Malaika                   Caroline
                        Sharon Case               Joanne
                        Todd Shawn                Dude

Synopsis:
   Shelly (Maia Brewton) blackmails Parker into finding her a date for a
   major party, and the guy his makeover attracts is no minor leaguer.
   Brad: Jonathan Ward.  Melinda: Brooke E. Theiss.  Caroline: Malaika.

Notes:
   _TV Guide_ says "attempts attracts" where I have "attracts".  An
   alternative reconstruction might be "attempts to attract", but I
   don't think it works as well.

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[1.26] "Parker Lewis Can't Win" {Valley Medical Tower elevator}

Air Dates:              May 19, 1991; Aug  4, 1991

Director:               Bryan Spicer
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TJ
                        Starring MC as Ms. Musso

Guest Star:             Ray Walston               Augie
Guest Starring:         Kim Valentine             Becky Grant
                        Larry Spinak              Conrad Fleck
Featuring:              Robert Cavanaugh          Silhouette #1
                        Richard Feldman           Silhouette #2
Special Appearance by:  Jim Lange                 Host

Synopsis:
   On the last day of school, the last thing Parker wants to do is have
   a really bad day, but for the first time, Parker Lewis can't seem to
   win.  Augie: Ray Walston.  Becky: Kim Valentine.

Notes:
   A number of production VIF's appear in cameos at the end of the show.
   As the camera pulls back, we see Lon Diamond and Tom Straw do a
   'cool-handshake' (they're both sitting in chairs with names on them.)
   Bryan Spicer appears (in the shirt with 'Director' on the back) but
   we only see him from behind.  Clyde Phillips appears right at the
   end with a clapboard and says "End marker" just before the final
   mosaic out.

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Second Season (1991-92)


Last Revised:  1993 Jun 06 [TJG]

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The lines beginning with '[n.nn]' contain the official episode title as
obtained from the production company.  The numbers in brackets are an
informal numbering scheme where the integer part indicates the season
number and the fractional part gives the number of the episode in order
of original air date.  NOTE:  these [n.nn] numbers are *NOT* based on
official information and are completely unofficial.

"Walker #" and revision dates were obtained from copies of the scripts;
the scripts did not contain production numbers.

The comment in curly braces following the title is a brief description
of the blackout gag(s) at the beginning and end of the program.
Additional information can be found in the episode guide supplement.

Sunday broadcasts were at 7:30 PM Eastern and Thursday broadcasts at 8:30 PM
Eastern unless otherwise noted.  The episode capsule summaries are based on
the summaries in _TV Guide_; the (frequent) _TV Guide_ spelling errors
have been corrected.

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Regular cast (credited at the beginning of the show):

Actor                  Abbrev.     Character
--------------------   -------     -----------------------------------

Abraham Benrubi        ABe         Francis Lawrence "Lar(r)y" Kubiac III
Anne Bloom             ABl         Judy Lewis (Season 1 except pilot)
Maia Brewton           MB          Shelly Ann Lewis
Melanie Chartoff       MC          Grace Musso
Jennifer Guthrie       JG          Annie Faith Sloan (a guest star in
                                   season 2, she became a regular in season 3)
Sherman Howard         SH          Martin Lloyd "Marty" Lewis (pilot only)
William Jayne          WJ (BJ)     Michael Patrick "Mikey" Randall
                                   (usually billed as Billy Jayne in season 2)
Paul Johansson         PJ          Nick Comstock (season 2)
Taj Johnson            TJ          Frank Lemmer (season 1 and 2)
Corin Nemec            CN          Parker Lloyd Lewis
Harold Pruett          HP          Brad Penny (season 3)
John Pinette           JP          Coach Hank Kohler (season 3)
Troy Slaten            TS          Jerry Steiner
Timothy Stack          TSt         Martin Lloyd "Marty" Lewis (except pilot)
Mary Ellen Trainor     MET         Judy Lewis, pilot and season 2


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Seq#   Air Date    "Title" {blackout}
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[2.01] 1991 Aug 11 "Father Knows Less" {lamp next to date's couch}
[2.02] 1991 Aug 18 "A Walk on the DarkSide" {armoire/Shelly cleaning lockers}
[2.03] 1991 Sep 01 "Full Mental Jacket" {Jerry with his coat}
[2.04] 1991 Sep 08 "Future Shock" {refrigerator}
[2.05] 1991 Sep 15 "The Undergraduate" {on stage for "The Music Man"}
[2.06] 1991 Sep 22 "Stormy Mikey" {Mikey playing guitar at school}
[2.07] 1991 Sep 29 "Fat Boy and Little Man" {"Wake Up, Santo Domingo" intros}
[2.08] 1991 Oct 06 "Aging Gracefully" {drug store counter}
[2.09] 1991 Oct 13 "The Parker Chronicles" {throwing open the bedsheets}
[2.10] 1991 Oct 27 "Rock 'n' Roles" {ticket booth / Shelly going to bed}
[2.11] 1991 Nov 03 "Love Handles" {VDT screens}
[2.12] 1991 Nov 10 "Boy Meets Girl" {decorating the gym}
[2.13] 1991 Nov 24 "Raging Kube" {reading fairy tales}
[2.14] 1991 Dec 15 "Tower of Power" {taking tests/grading papers}
[2.15] 1991 Dec 22 "Obscene and Not Heard" {Father's Day gifts}
[2.16] 1992 Jan 05 "Goodbye, Mr. Rips" {oral reports}
[2.17] 1992 Jan 19 "Civil Wars" {playing games}
[2.18] 1992 Feb 09 "Glory Daze" {awards ceremony}
[2.19] 1992 Feb 16 "Boy Meets Girl II" {Parker in Limbo}
[2.20] 1992 Mar 01 "Dance of Romance" {Falling in love}
[2.21] 1992 Mar 22 "When Jerry Met Shelly" {Shelly torments Parker}
[2.22] 1992 Apr 12 "Geek Tragedy" {BH 90210 guys & gals discuss Jerry}
[2.23] 1992 Apr 26 "Money Talks" {shopping}
[2.24] 1992 May 03 "Home Alone with Annie" {Yes!!}
[2.25] 1992 May 17 "Diner '75" {gonna be a *wonderful* evening}


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[2.01] "Father Knows Less" {lamp next to date's couch}

Air Dates:              Aug 11, 1991; Sep  5, 1991; May 10, 1992

Written by:             Peter Ocko & Adam Barr
Director:               Rob Bowman
Starring:               CN, WJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, MET, TJ, MC

Special Guest Star:     Martin Mull               Mr. Tompkins
Guest Starring:         Chris Demetral            Pauley
                        Sherry Rooney             Mrs. Randall
Featuring:              Josh Andersen             Patrick
Special Appearance by:  Ken Osmond                Eddie Haskell

Synopsis:
   A second season opens with a slice-of-life story about a
   toaster-building contest that sandwiches students and parents
   together -- except for Mikey and his mom, who's busy earning their
   bread and butter.  Ken Osmond has a cameo as Eddie Haskell.

Notes:
   Baby Parker was played by Alex Lewis, son of Robert Lloyd Lewis.

   Walker #T22067-92-002
   Final Draft:  July 1, 1991; 3 revisions to 07/09/91

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[2.02] "A Walk on the DarkSide" {armoire/Shelly cleaning lockers}

Air Dates:              Aug 18, 1991; Dec  1, 1991

Written by:             Renee Palyo & Brenda Lilly
Director:               Bryan Spicer
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TJ

Guest Starring:         Rodney Eastman            Jimmy Joe Trout
Co-Starring:            Kristen Corbett           Alice
                        Tiffanie Poston           Janice
Featuring:              Dee Booker                Maxine
                        Jayson Kane               Host

Synopsis:
   Shelly's no angel, but she goes from the merely annoying to the
   highly dangerous after falling under the evil influence of Santo
   Domingo's demonic bad boy (Rodney Eastman).  Alice: Kristen Corbett.

Notes:
   Walker #T22067-92-003
   Rev. Final Draft:  July 10, 1991; 4 revisions to 7/15/91

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[2.03] "Full Mental Jacket" {Jerry with his coat}

Air Dates:              Sep  1, 1991; Dec  8, 1991

Written by:             Matt Dearborn
Director:               Rob Bowman
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TJ, MC

Guest Starring:         Robert Trebor             Mr. Lite
                        Kristin Dattilo           Rita
Co-Starring:            B. J. Barie               Badge
                        Robert Greenberg          Mr. Loopman
                        Tyren Perry               Miss Barr

Synopsis:
   Jerry can't cloak his fear when the buds try to get him to trade his
   trusty jacket-of-all-trades for an invisible coat of confidence.
   Rita: Kristin Dattilo.  Adrian Lite: Robert Trebor.

Notes:
   Two of the students giving reports, Ocko and Barr, are named after
   script editors/writers Peter Ocko and Adam Barr.

   Walker #T22067-92-004
   Rev. Final Draft:  July 17, 1991; 3 revisions to 7/19/91

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[2.04] "Future Shock" {refrigerator}

Air Dates:              Sep  8, 1991; Dec 29, 1991

Written by:             Alan Cross & Tom Spezialy
Director:               Bryan Spicer
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS

Guest Starring:         ???                       ???

Synopsis:
   Parker battles indecision over his future when his easy class
   schedule doesn't pass muster with Musso; Kubiac goes AWOL.
   Rex Huston: Andrew Prine.

Notes:
   Walker #T22067-92-005
   Rev. Final Draft:  July 22, 1991; 4 revisions to 07/31/91

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[2.05] "The Undergraduate" {on stage for "The Music Man"}

Air Dates:              Sep 15, 1991; Jan 12, 1992

Written by:             Clyde Phillips & Lon Diamond
Director:               Jeff Melman
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TJ, MC

Guest Starring:         Shannon Tweed             Ms. Mason
                        Marc Riffon               Brian Popko

Synopsis:
   A beautiful teacher (Shannon Tweed) hits the right note with Parker,
   who longs for a duet, while Jerry secretly wants to try out for the
   school musical.  Popko: Marc Riffon.

   Walker #T22067-92-006
   Rev. Final Draft:  July 30, 1991; 2 revisions to 08/02/91

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[2.06] "Stormy Mikey" {Mikey playing guitar at school}

Air Dates:              Sep 22, 1991; Feb  2, 1992

Written by:             Clyde Phillips & Lon Diamond
Director:               Bryan Spicer
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, Abe, PJ, MC

Special Guest Star:     Sonny Bono                Colin David
Guest Starring:         Stacy Haiduk              Claire
Featuring:              Lori Sebourn              Pretty Girl

Synopsis:
   Mikey gets the blues when he has to choose between school and music,
   especially with Parker on the A side, and Mikey's new girlfriend
   (Stacy Haiduk) on the B side.  Colin: Sonny Bono.

   Walker #T22067-92-007
   Rev. Final Draft:  August 9, 1991; 1 revision to 08/20/91
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[2.07] "Fat Boy and Little Man" {"Wake Up, Santo Domingo" intros}

Air Dates:              Sep 29, 1991; Mar  8, 1992

Written by:             Peter Ocko & Adam Barr
Director:               Mark Jean
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, PJ, MC

Guest Starring:         Mary Cadorette            Cathy Lee Austin
Guest Starring:         Roger Aaron Brown         Coach Tripp
Featuring:              Rusty Schmidt             Ruderman

Synopsis:
   Team captain Kubiac helps rookie Jerry become a gridiron giant, but
   Jerry fumbles the friendship after scoring a touchdown with the fans.
   Cathy Lee: Mary Cadorette.  Coach Tripp: Roger Aaron Brown.

Notes:
   The football players in the huddle are named after Flamingo Digest
   members.  Also watch for the name of the school paper ;-)

   Walker #T22067-92-008
   Rev. Final Draft:  August 21, 1991; 4 revisions to 08/29/91

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[2.08] "Aging Gracefully" {drug store counter}

Air Dates:              Oct  6, 1991; Mar 15, 1992

Written by:             David Cohen & Roger S. H. Schulman
Director:               Bryan Spicer
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, MET, TJ, PJ, MC

Co-Starring:            Gregory Eugene Travis     Remmel
Featuring:              Eve Brenner               Hausfrau
                        Mitchell Fink             Himself
And:                    Gerrit Graham             Dr. Pankow

Synopsis:
   A kindlier, gentler Grace appears near her fortieth birthday, but
   Parker misses the real Musso, so he presses Pankow (Gerrit Graham)
   into service.

Notes:
   TV Guide says "kindler" which could be interpreted either as "kinder"
   or "kindlier".

   Walker #T22067-92-009
   Rev. Final Draft:  August 27, 1991; 4 revisions to 08/30/91

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[2.09] "The Parker Chronicles" {throwing open the bedsheets}

Air Dates:              Oct 13, 1991; Mar 29, 1992

Written by:             Clyde Phillips & Lon Diamond
Director:               Bryan Spicer
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TJ, PJ, MC

Guest Starring:         Mark Jay Goodman          Dr. Carroll
Guest Starring:         Tony Nittoli              Donald Yemano
Featuring:              Todd Shawn                Student #1
                        Jennifer Roosendahl       Student #2

Synopsis:
   Parker is afraid he'll have to close the book on his budship when his
   diary, with chapter and verse on the whole school, falls into the
   wrong hands.

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[2.10] "Rock 'n' Roles" {ticket booth / Shelly going to bed}

Air Dates:              Oct 27, 1991; Apr 19, 1992

Written by:             Sheryl J. Anderson
Director:               Tucker Gates
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, MET, PJ, MC

Guest Starring:         Karen Fineman             Jezebel
                        Brian Bradley             Eric
Co-Starring:            Wendy Cooke               Jezebellie #2
                        Laura Jacoby              Jezebellie #1
                        John Quern                Robert the Doorman
                        Kaitlyn Walker            Emily
And Special Appearance: Robert Zemeckis

Synopsis:
   Shelly sings the praises of her new rock role model (Karen Fineman),
   but when her idolatry leads her to idle deeds, she seeks solace with
   the star herself.  Director Robert Zemeckis ("Back to the Future")
   has a cameo.  Robert: John T. Quern.

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[2.11] "Love Handles" {VDT screens}

Air Dates:              Nov  3, 1991; Apr  5, 1992

Written by:             Renee Palyo & Brenda Lilly
Director:               Rob Bowman
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, TJ, PJ

Guest Starring:         Leslie Boone              Harriet Guzman
Co-Starring:            Bobbie Phillips           Melinda
Featuring:              Anne Marie Gillis         Harriet's Mom

Synopsis:
   Parker asks a girl out over the school's computer bulletin board, but
   he considers dumping his data when his date (Lesley Boone) turns out
   to be kind of dumpy.

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[2.12] "Boy Meets Girl" {decorating the gym}

Air Dates:              Nov 10, 1991; May 24, 1992

Written by:             Clyde Phillips & Lon Diamond
Director:               Rob Bowman
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, PJ

Guest Starring:         Jennifer Guthrie          Annie Sloan
Featuring:              Lindsay Price             Cheyenne Thomas
                        Marisa Theodore           Laura Beatty
                        Francesca Marie Smith     Elaine Leffler
                        Tanya Wright              Girlfriend

Synopsis:
   Parker comes unglued after a girl he really cared for breaks his
   heart, so he turns to Nick to put the pieces back together.  Annie:
   Jennifer Guthrie. Girlfriend No. 1: Tanya Wright.

Notes:
   Flaming Digest readers will recognize that Parker's old girlfriends
   are named after Digest members.

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[2.13] "Raging Kube" {reading fairy tales}

Air Dates:              Nov 24, 1991; May 31, 1992

Written by:             Tom Spezialy & Alan Cross
Director:               Bryan Spicer
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, PJ

Guest Starring:         Tony Nittoli              Donald Yemano
                        Yohanna Yonas             Eileen Larson
Featuring:              Brandon Barakat           Shane Boy
                        Alberto Martin            Taxi Driver

Synopsis:
   Kubiac's muscled out as school strongman after his girlfriend
   (Yohanna Yonas) preaches pacifism, leaving the school to wonder,
   "Where's the beef?" Yemano: Tony Nittoli.  Shane Boy: Brandon
   Barakat. Taxi Driver: Alberto Martin.

Notes:
   The voice and (basketball-palming) hands of Omar, the car salesman,
   were provided by VIF Lon Diamond.

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[2.14] "Tower of Power" {taking tests/grading papers}

Air Dates:              Dec 15, 1991; Jun 21, 1992

Written by:             Peter Ocko & Adam Barr
Director:               Mark Jean
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, TJ, PJ, MC

Special Guest Star:     Dave Thomas               Lionel Tower
Guest Starring:         Jennifer Guthrie          Annie Sloan
Co-Starring:            B. J. Barrie [sic]        Badge
                        Lorna Scott               Mrs. Hamilton
Featuring:              Anastasia Nemec           Ms. Roth
                        Malaika                   Caroline
                        Anjul Nigam               Anjul

Synopsis:
   Parker finds himself in a cold sweat, warring with his red menace of
   a history teacher (Dave Thomas), while Musso wants a Murrowesque
   documentary on the school.

Notes:
   Mr. Barie's name is misspelled in the screen credits.

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[2.15] "Obscene and Not Heard" {Father's Day gifts}

Air Dates:              Dec 22, 1991

Written by:             David Cohen & Roger S. H. Schulman
Director:               Bryan Spicer
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, TSt, MET, TJ, PJ, MC

Guest Starring:         Gregory Eugene Travis     Remmel
Featuring:              Dennis C. Stewart         Cellmate
                        Ken Kerman                Guard
                        Sylvia Webb-White         New Mother
                        Saverio Persico           Diner Patron #1
                        Gena Law                  Diner Patron #2
                        Tom Waldman               Diner Patron #3
And                     Gerrit Graham          as Dr. Norman Pankow

Synopsis:
   Parker suffers in silence while his dad speaks out against
   censorship, protesting the banning of a rock album by Dr. Pankow
   (Gerrit Graham).  Remmel: Gregory Eugene Travis.  Cellmate: Dennis
   C. Stewart.

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[2.16] "Goodbye, Mr. Rips" {oral reports}

Air Dates:              Jan  5, 1992

Written by:             Renee Palyo & Brenda Lilly
Director:               Larry Shaw
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TJ, PJ, MC

Special Guest Star:     Sam McMurray              Mr. Rips
Co-Starring:            Ashley Gardner            Eve
                        Jordan L. Brady           Robert Wilkes
                        B. J. Barie               Badge
Featuring:              Sean Babb                 Kube, Jr.
                        Joseph Conti              Adult Jerry
                    and David Rosen            as Albert Einstein

Synopsis:
   Parker and the buds are a study in frustration when their favorite
   teacher (Sam McMurray) has to leave for a higher-paying job to
   support his family.

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[2.17] "Civil Wars" {playing games}

Air Dates:              Jan 19, 1992; Jun 14, 1992

Written by:             Peter Ocko & Adam Barr
Director:               Bryan Spicer
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, TSt, MET, TJ, MC

Featuring:              David C. Allyn            Customer #1
                        Rodney Allen Rippy        Customer #2
                        Barbara Perry             Auntie Em
Special Appearance by:  Brian Bonsall

Synopsis:
   Parker's mom decides to take a philosophy class, causing his dad to
   question the universal truth of their marriage.

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[2.18] "Glory Daze" {awards ceremony}

Air Dates:              Feb  9, 1992; Jun 21, 1992 (7:00 PM)

Written by:             Tom Spezialy & Alan Cross
Director:               Bryan Spicer
Written by:
Director:
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, TJ, PJ, MC

Special Guest Star      Harry Anderson            Ronny Ray Rasmussen
Co-Starring:            Robert Greenberg          Mr. Loopman
                        Bill Stevenson            Pizza Man

Synopsis:
   Santo Domingo High hails its conquering hero (Harry Anderson), who's
   returned to pick up an alumni award, but Parker is soon tripping over
   the guy's feet of clay.

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[2.19] "Boy Meets Girl II" {Parker in Limbo}

Air Dates:              Feb 16, 1992

Written by:             Clyde Phillips & Lon Diamond
Director:               Bryan Spicer
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, TSt, MET, TJ, PJ, MC

Guest Starring:         Jennifer Guthrie          Annie Sloan
                        Mark Jay Goodman          Dr. Carroll
Co-Starring:            Michael Weiner            Sixties Jerry
                        Robert Cavanaugh          Jury Foreman
Special Appearance By:  Elvira, Mistress of the Dark

Synopsis:
   Parker's relationship with Annie (Jennifer Guthrie) seems to have
   stalled, so he tries to jump-start it by looking to the past --
   and to the future.  Elvira has a cameo.

Notes:
   The stool and backdrop is called the Limbo Stool set in the script.

   Producer/director Bryan Spicer has a cameo.  He is in the jury of
   Parker clones, standing right next to the jury foreman as the verdict
   is read.  Bryan's head is tilted to one side.


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[2.20] "Dance of Romance" {Falling in love}

Air Dates:              Mar  1, 1992; Jun  7, 1992

Written by:             David Cohen & Roger S. H. Schulman
Director:               Rob Bowman
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TJ, PJ, MC

Guest Starring:         Debra Sandlund            Rebecca
                        Juliet Landau             Lucinda
                        Jennifer Guthrie          Annie Sloan
Co-Starring:            O'Hara Parker             Dixie Belle
Featuring:              Shari Nyce                Dancer
                        Kevin Crawford            Dancer

Synopsis:
   Romance whiz Nick agrees to tutor Lemmer on love, but instead ends up
   learning a lesson in rejection from the school music teacher.

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[2.21] "When Jerry Met Shelly" {Shelly torments Parker through the years}

Air Dates:              Mar 22, 1992

Written by:             Renee Palyo
Director:               Rob Bowman
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, TJ, PJ, MC

Co-Starring:            Rusty Schmidt             Jock

Synopsis:
   A moonstruck Jerry's in orbit over a request from Shelly for help
   with her astronomy project, but Parker could send the star-crossed
   couple crashing back to Earth.

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[2.22] "Geek Tragedy" {BH 90210 guys & gals discuss Jerry}

Air Dates:              Apr 12, 1992

Written by:             Peter Ocko & Adam Barr
Director:               Larry Shaw
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TJ, MC

Guest Starring:         Chelsea Lee               Terri
                        Christopher Neame         Warrior
Featuring:              Kristopher Logan          Joe The Bartender
                        Sharyn Leavitt            Customer #1
                        David C. Allyn            Customer #2
Special Appearance by   Gabrielle Carteris
(in alphabetical        Shannen Doherty
 order)                 Jennie Garth
                        Brian Austin Green
                        Luke Perry
                        Jason Priestley
                        Tori Spelling
                        Ian Ziering

Synopsis:
   Jerry takes a shy "geek" (Chelsea Lee) under his wing, but when she
   leaves the nest too early, his own eggshell ego begins to crack.
   The cast of "Beverly Hills, 90210" appears.  Joe:  Kristopher Logan.
   Warrior:  Christopher Neame.

Notes:
   Sharyn Leavitt is the wife of Ron Leavitt, the creator of "Married
   With Children"; she is allegedly the basis of the Peg Bundy character.

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[2.23] "Money Talks" {shopping}

Air Dates:              Apr 26, 1992

Written by:             Sheryl J. Anderson
Director:               Bryan Spicer
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TJ, PJ, MC

Guest Starring:         Mary Woronov              Officer Gwen
Co-Starring:            F. Flip Dumont            Gladys
Featuring:              Patrick Francis Flannery  Customer
                        Mike Arenz                Football Player
                        Asher Metchik             as Mikey at 5
                        Miles McBroome            as Mikey at 12

Synopsis:
   Mikey needs some spending money, so he gets a job at the diner, but
   he works harder at impressing his rich new girlfriend than he does at
   earning his paycheck.  Carly:  Andrea Roth.

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[2.24] "Home Alone with Annie" {Yes!!}

Air Dates:              May  3, 1992

Written by:             Alan Cross & Tom Spezialy
Director:               Mike Finney
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, MET, ~MC

Guest Starring:         Jennifer Guthrie          Annie Sloan
Co-Starring:            B. J. Barie               Badge
                        Charles Fowlkes           Delivery Man
                        Charles Fowlkes           Delivery Man
Special Appearance by:  Dom Irrera                Joey Pants
Special Appearance by:  Curtis Armstrong          Himself
Special Appearance by:  Martha Quinn              Celebrity Host

Synopsis:
   Parker's left home alone, which he hopes will mean being together
   with Annie (Jennifer Guthrie), but he suddenly has a houseful of
   friends keeping them apart.  Curtis Armstrong ("Risky Business") and
   Martha Quinn have cameos.  Joey Pants:  Dom Irrera.

Notes:
   Three Flamingo Digest members appear as extras in this episode.
   Melanie Chartoff doesn't appear in this episode.

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[2.25] "Diner '75" {gonna be a *wonderful* evening}

Air Dates:              May 17, 1992

Written by:             Peter Ocko & Adam Barr
Director:               Rob Bowman
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, ~MB, ABe, TJ, PJ, MC

Guest Starring:         Jennifer Guthrie          Annie Sloan
                        Mark Jay Goodman          Dr. Carroll
Featuring:              Jim Mensen                Reporter
                        Joseph Whipp              Railroad Executive
                        Nikki Hornsby             Folksinger

Synopsis:
   Disaster strikes the diner, trapping Parker and the gang inside with
   an escaped criminal -- and "Death working the griddle."  Dr. Carroll:
   Mark Jay Goodman.  Annie:  Jennifer Guthrie.

Notes:
   Last first-run episode of season 2.
   Maia Brewton doesn't appear in this episode.

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The show was preempted on:

            Aug 25, 1991
            Nov 17, 1991
            Jan 26, 1992
            Feb 23, 1992

The show was removed from its Sunday 7:30 PM time slot pending a
(temporary) move to Thursdays.

The last Sunday 7:30 episode of season 2 was Jun 21, 1992.  The series
resumed for a limited run of six new episodes on July 16, 1992 (8:30 PM)

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Third Season (1992-93)


Last Revised:  1993 Jul 05 [TJG]

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The lines beginning with '[n.nn]' contain the official episode title as
obtained from the production company.  The numbers in brackets are an
informal numbering scheme where the integer part indicates the season
number and the fractional part gives the number of the episode in order
of original air date.  NOTE:  these [n.nn] numbers are *NOT* based on
official information and are completely unofficial.

The comment in curly braces following the title is a brief description
of the blackout gag(s) at the beginning and end of the program.
Additional information can be found in the episode guide supplement.

[The blackout gag and credit information is not listed for some episodes
 because I have not seen them yet; the information will be added as it
 becomes available to me.]

The third season began in the summer with six new episodes.  The name
of the show was changed to _Parker Lewis_, and the show moved from
7:30 PM Sundays to 8:30 PM Thursdays.  Following a short hiatus, the
show returned for four more episodes in September, three in its old
7:30 PM Sunday time slot one at 7:00 PM Sunday night.  The show went
on a long hiatus; it returned to the schedule March 21, 1993 in the
Sunday, 7:00 PM time slot.

The episode capsule summaries are based on the summaries in _TV Guide_;
the (frequent) _TV Guide_ spelling errors have been corrected.

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Regular cast (credited at the beginning of the show):

Actor                  Abbrev.     Character
--------------------   -------     -----------------------------------

Abraham Benrubi        ABe         Francis Lawrence "Lar(r)y" Kubiac III
Anne Bloom             ABl         Judy Lewis (Season 1 except pilot)
Maia Brewton           MB          Shelly Ann Lewis
Melanie Chartoff       MC          Grace Musso
Jennifer Guthrie       JG          Annie Faith Sloan (a guest star in
                                   season 2, she became a regular in season 3)
Sherman Howard         SH          Martin Lloyd "Marty" Lewis (pilot only)
William Jayne          WJ (BJ)     Michael Patrick "Mikey" Randall
                                   (usually billed as Billy Jayne in season 2)
Paul Johansson         PJ          Nick Comstock (season 2)
Taj Johnson            TJ          Frank Lemmer (season 1 and 2)
Corin Nemec            CN          Parker Lloyd Lewis
Harold Pruett          HP          Brad Penny (season 3)
John Pinette           JP          Coach Hank Kohler (season 3)
Troy Slaten            TS          Jerry Steiner
Timothy Stack          TSt         Martin Lloyd "Marty" Lewis (except pilot)
Mary Ellen Trainor     MET         Judy Lewis, pilot and season 2


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                          Quick Guide
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Seq#   Air Date    "Title" {blackout}
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[3.01] 1992 Jul 16 "Flamingo Graffiti" {Parker tries out new hairstyles}
[3.02] 1992 Jul 23 "Cape Flamingo" {Mikey's new apartment/Musso & Shelly}
[3.03] 1992 Jul 30 "The Kiss" {Shelly watching movie kisses}
[3.04] 1992 Aug 06 "Summer of '92" {Annie leaves for camp; swings}
[3.05] 1992 Aug 13 "Love is Hell" {Kohler asks Musso for Date}
[3.06] 1992 Aug 20 "Jerry's Journey" {}
[3.07] 1992 Sep 06 "Beauty and the Kube" {entertaining kids in day care}
[3.08] 1992 Sep 13 "Hungry Heart" {making a date/civil servants go bad}
[3.09] 1992 Sep 20 "Lewis & Son" {guessing movie quotes}
[3.10] 1992 Sep 27 "Kohler Buys the Diner" {Mikey takes/serves orders}
[3.11] 1993 Mar 21 "Parker's Got a Brand New Car" {checking under the hood}
[3.12] 1993 Mar 28 "An Unmarried Musso" {Musso and therapist}
[3.13] 1993 Apr 04 "Educating Brad" {writing English paper/paying Jerry}
[3.14] 1993 Apr 11 "The Love Bug" {Parker & Annie meeting in hallway}
[3.15] 1993 Apr 18 "Write or Die" {reading short stories}
[3.16] 1993 Apr 25 "The Bitch is Back" {dreams}
[3.17] 1993 May 02 "Musso: A Wedding" {viewfinder of Jerry's camera}
[3.18] 1993 May 09 "Night to Remember" {ordering things for prom date}
[3.19] 1993 May 23 "Boys Night In" {Jerry in school hallway}
[3.20] 1993 May 30 "Senior Jerry" {Jerry through the years}
[3.21] 1993 Jun 04 "The Rocky Kohler Picture Show" {Kube & Kohler talking}
[3.22] 1993 Jun 13 "The Last Supper" {in the diner}  [Series Finale]

Scheduled:


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[3.01] "Flamingo Graffiti" {Parker tries out new hairstyles}

Air Dates:              Jul 16, 1992 (Fri 8:30 PM)
                        Jun 20, 1993 (Sun 7:00 PM)

Written by:             Clyde Phillips & Lon Diamond
Director:               Larry Shaw
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, JG, JP, MC

Guest Star:             Harold Pruett
Co-Starring:            Roxanne Beckford       as Christa
                        David Winston          as Carl
                        Harmony Smith          as Mystery Babe
Special Appearance by:  Marvin Young           as Film Teacher

Synopsis:
   Parker has a summer agenda in this second-season [sic] opener,
   but there's a snag or two, particularly when Jerry mentions said
   agenda to Annie, who heads the list.
   (New day and time.)

Notes:
   TV Guide messed up:  They meant third-season opener.
   The student whose film was just before Jerry's magnum opus was named
   after PLCL director/producer Bryan Spicer.

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[3.02] "Cape Flamingo" {Mikey's new apartment/Musso & Shelly}

Air Dates:              Jul 23, 1992 (Fri 8:30 PM)
                        Jul 04, 1993 (Sun 7:00 PM)

Written by:             Clyde Phillips & Lon Diamond
Director:               Rob Bowman
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, JG, JP, MC

Guest Star:             Harold Pruett
Featuring:              Patrick McCollough     as Nirvana Head
                        Darnell Davis          as Basketball Player

Synopsis:
   Although it's Parker's birthday, he suspects something sinister
   behind the goodwill of Brad (Harold Pruett), though they're "even"
   for their first encounter.  Meanwhile, Kohler tries to find a
   sports niche for Jerry.

Notes:

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[3.03] "The Kiss" {Shelly watching movie kisses}

Air Dates:              Jul 30, 1992 (Fri 8:30 PM)
                        Jul 11, 1993 (Sun 7:00 PM)

Written by:             Renee Palyo
Director:               Larry Shaw
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, MET, JG, JP, MC

Guest Star:             Harold Pruett
Guest Starring:         Brittany Murphy        as Angie
Featuring:              Tony Xauet             as Xavier
                        Loretta Jean           as Helen
                        Lego Louis             as Bouncer
Special Appearance by:  Dr. Joyce Brothers

Synopsis:
   Summertime romance is in the air as Coach Kohler becomes the Mambo
   King to seduce the lovely Ms. Musso.  Meanwhile, Shelly falls for
   Parker's worst enemy, Brad.

Notes:

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[3.04] "Summer of '92" {Annie leaves for camp/Park & Annie on swings}

Air Dates:              Aug  6, 1992 (Fri 8:30 PM)
                        Jul 18, 1993 (Sun 7:00 PM)

Teleplay by:            Alan Cross & Tom Spezialy
Story by:               Alan Cross
Director:               Rob Bowman
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, JG, JP, MC

Guest Star:             Harold Pruett
Guest Starring:         Liz Vassey             as Mary
                        Martha Byrne           as Erin
Special Appearance by:  Michael Dorn

Synopsis:
   During Summer Swap Meet days, Parker gets tempted to trade Annie
   in for an older woman; and Coach Kohler and Shelly figure out a
   way to sell Parker's first-season silk shirts.  Mary:  Liz Vassey.
   Erin:  Martha Byrne.

Notes:

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[3.05] "Love is Hell" {Kohler asks Musso for date/Harold & mom}

Air Date:               Aug 13, 1992 (Fri 8:30 PM)

Written by:             David Cohen & Roger S. H. Schulman
Director:               Larry Shaw
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, JG, JP, MC

Guest Starring:         Paul Hipp              as Harry
                        Maggie Blye            as Harry's Mom
Co-Starring:            Justin Garms           as Timmy
                        Carol Ficatier         as Fantasy Babe
Special Appearance by:  Wendie Jo Sperber      as Carol

Synopsis:
   Jerry hopes to fight Shelly's fire with an explosive display of
   affection; Coach Kohler's love life heats up; and Parker takes the
   heat for Annie's love advice.

Notes:

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[3.06] "Jerry's Journey" {At the pool/Steiner forecast}

Air Date:               Aug 20, 1992 (Fri 8:30 PM)

Written by:             Peter Ocko & Adam Barr
Director:               Rob Bowman
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, JG, JP, MC

Guest Star:             Harold Pruett
Guest Starring:         Ritch Brinkley         as Wiley
Co-Starring:            Tim Griffin            as Dirk
                        Ryan Stiles            as Weather Guy
                        Adam Gregor            as Maitre D'
                        Roger Til              as Head Waiter
Featuring:              Jacqueline Obradors    as Tanya
                        Jean Louis Aylon       as Sommelier
                        Paul Sarnoff           as Waiter

Synopsis:
   As the summer winds to a close, Parker and Mikey decide to treat their
   dates to a fancy meal; Jerry bites off more than he can chew when he
   hangs out with Brad Penny's [!!] gang.
   (The series is going on hiatus.)

Notes:
   Well, that settles that - to the degree that TV Guide can be considered
   to be a spelling arbiter <mmph, snort>, we now know the spelling of
   Brad's last name.

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[3.07] "Beauty and the Kube" {entertaining kids in day care}

Air Dates:              Sep  6, 1992 (Sun 7:30 PM)
                        Jul 25, 1993 (Sun 7:30 PM)

Written by:             Peter Ocko & Adam Barr
Director:               Mike Finney
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, JG, JP, MC

Co-starring:            B. J. Barie            as Badge
                        Michael John Nunes     as Stanley
Featuring:              Rickey D'shon Collins  as Kevin
                        Drew Rowe              as Kube Jr.
                        Joey Amic-Angelo       as Jerry-like kid
                        Sam Gifaldi            as Kid

Synopsis:
   It might be a song as old as rhyme, but when the beastly Kube falls
   for the beautiful Annie, will it be Parker who's singing the blues?
   (New day and time.)

Notes:

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[3.08] "Hungry Heart" {making a date/civil servants go bad}

Air Dates:              Sep 13, 1992 (Sun 7:30 PM)
                        Aug  1, 1993 (Sun 7:00 PM)

Written by:             Renee Palyo
Director:               Bryan Spicer
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, JG, JP, MC

Guest Starring:         James Pickens, Jr.     as Fred
                        Michael John Nunes     as Timmy
Featuring:              Mijanou                as Babe
                        Steven J. McCarthy     as Waiter
Special Appearance by:  Wendie Jo Sperber

Synopsis:
   It could be love at last for Coach Kohler when Parker, Annie, and
   Grace force him to go on a date with a meter maid (Wendie Jo Sperber).
   Meanwhile, the diner comes under new management.  Fred:  James
   Pickens, Jr.

Notes:

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[3.09] "Lewis & Son" {guessing movie quotes}

Air Date:               Sep 20, 1992 (Sun 7:30 PM)

Written by:             Tom Spezialy & Alan Cross
Director:               Mike Finney
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, MET, JG, MC

Special Appearance by:  Phil Hartman           as Phil
Featuring:              Heather Holland        Charlene

Synopsis:
   When a Powderkeg Video store blasts into town, the Mondo Video
   store owned by Parker's dad could turn into a dud.  Phil Diamond:
   Phil Hartman.  Charlene:  Heather Holland.
   (The series is going on hiatus.)  [Again!  <groan>]

Notes:
   Troy Slaten's real mom has a cameo playing his TV mom.

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[3.10] "Kohler Buys the Diner" {Mikey takes/serves orders}

Air Date:               Sep 27, 1992 (Sun 7:00 PM)

Written by:             David Cohen & Roger S. H. Schulman
Director:               Larry Shaw
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, MET, JG, JP, MC

Guest Starring:         William Schallert      Harrison Kohler
Co-Starring:            Charles C. Stevenson, Jr.
                                               Customer
                        O'Neal Compton         Fez Man
                        Pamela Rowan           Waitress

Synopsis:
   Kohler (John Pinette) uses inheritance money from his mother to buy
   the diner, but when he tries to run it like she would, everyone
   deserts him and the diner totters on the brink.
   Harrison Kohler:  William Schallert.

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[3.11] "Parker's Got a Brand New Car" {checking under the hood/cuddling}

Air Dates:              Mar 21, 1993 (Sun 7:00 PM) [new time]
                        Aug 15, 1993 (Sun 7:00 PM)

Written by:             Clyde Phillips & Lon Diamond
Director:               Larry Shaw
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, MET, JG, HP, MC

Synopsis:
   Return:  The father (Tim Stack) of the hip high-schooler (Corin
   Nemec) has a date with disaster after he crashes Parker's car;
   and Ms. Musso (Melanie Chartoff) has a blind date.  Mom:  Mary
   Ellen Trainor.

TV Guide "Sunday Guidelines":
   *Parker Lewis* returns with an episode that puts a new spin on the
   age-old father-son car dilemma.

Notes:
   The show returns after a six month hiatus.  Harold Pruett returns
   as Brad Penny and makes it into the opening credits.  A new
   Clyde Phillips logo appears at the end of the program.

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[3.12] "An Unmarried Musso" {Musso and therapist}

Air Date:               Mar 28, 1993 (Sun 7:00 PM)

Written by:             Renee Palyo
Director:               Rob Bowman
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, MET, JG, MC

Guest Star:             Barry Cullison      as Bill
Co-Starring:            Allen Williams      as Dr. Cabe
                        Jack Yates          as Joe
                        Glen Chin           as Workman

Synopsis:
   Parker (Corin Nemec) is relatively upset when Ms. Musso (Melanie
   Chartoff) starts dating his uncle (Barry Cullinson).  Dr. Cabe:
   Allen Williams.  Joe:  Jack Yates.

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[3.13] "Educating Brad" {writing English paper/Kohler paying Jerry}

Air Date:               Apr 04, 1993 (Sun 7:00 PM)

Written by:             Renee Palyo
Director:               Mike Finney
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, MET, JG, JP, HP, MC

Guest Star:             Khrystyne Haje      as Nicole
Co-Star:                Lynn Tufeld         as Ms. Bell

Synopsis:
   Parker's enemy Brad (Harold Pruett) decides to return to high school
   after falling for a student (Khrystyne Haje) in Parker's English
   class.  Meanwhile, Jerry gets a job at the diner.

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[3.14] "The Love Bug" {Parker & Annie meeting in hallway}

Air Date:               Apr 11, 1993 (Sun 7:00 PM)

Written by:             Peter Ocko & Adam Barr
Director:               Mike Finney
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, MET, JG, MC

Co-Starring:            Virginia Watson     as Dr. Grummons

Synopsis:
   When Annie (Jennifer Guthrie) becomes aloof, Parker (Corin Nemec)
   fears that the attraction between them may be waning.
   Dr. Fingerman:  Virginia Watson.  Mom:  Mary Ellen Trainor.

Notes:
   According to _TV Guide_, the name of Virginia Watson's character
   was Dr. Fingerman; however, the on-air credits said she played
   Dr. Grummons.

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[3.15] "Write or Die" {reading short stories}

Air Date:               Apr 18, 1993 (Sun 7:00 PM)

Teleplay by:            David Silverman & Stephen Sustarsic
Story by:               David Cohen & Roger S. H. Schulman
Director:               Larry Shaw
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, JG, MC

Co-Starring:            Bob Larkin          as Mr. Margoles
                        Duke Anderson       as Head Terrorist

Synopsis:
   The Evening has trouble written all over it when the gang tries 
   to help an uninterested Mikey (William Jayne) write a short
   story for their creative-writing class.  Jerry:  Troy Slaten.

Notes (may contain spoilers):
   Shelley's short story:  "He Lays Bricks" 
                                  by 
                             Shelly Lewis.
                              R
   Kube's short story:     LAR^Y'S STORY:
                                THE 
                               HUNGER

   1st draft:  Mikey Randall Can't (Can) Lose
   2nd draft:  Santo Domingo 60609
   3rd draft:  Jerry Rigged
   4th draft:  The Case of the Purloined Recipe

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[3.16] "The Bitch is Back" {dreams}

Air Date:               Apr 25, 1993 (Sun 7:00 PM)

Teleplay by:            David Silverman & Stephen Sustarsic
Story by:               David Cohen & Roger S. H. Schulman
Director:               Larry Shaw
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, JG, JP, MC

Guest Star:             Michelle Burke      as Stacy
Featuring:              Rick Cicetti        as Official Man
                        Robert Austen       as Heavy Metaleer

Synopsis:
   While Jerry (Troy Slaten) tries to make a TV commercial for the
   diner, Parker tunes in to the fact that Mikey is dating Parker's
   old summer-camp sweethart, who left him without saying goodbye.
   Mikey:  William Jayne.

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[3.17] "Musso: A Wedding" {viewfinder of Jerry's camera}

Air Dates:              May 02, 1993 (Sun 7:00 PM)
                        Aug 08, 1993 (Sun 7:00 PM)

Written by:             Clyde Phillips & Lon Diamond
Director:               Larry Shaw
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, MET, JG, JP, MC

Co-Starring:            Denis de Boisblanc  as Kevin
                        Sam Whipple         as Reverend Gandin
                        Carmen Filpi        as Wino

Synopsis:
   It's a dream come true for Ms. Musso when the man of her dreams
   asks her to marry him.  Kevin:  Dennis de Boisblanc.  Rev. Gandin:
   Sam Whipple.  Musso:  Melanie Chartoff.  Kohler:  John Pinette.
   Jerry:  Troy Slaten.

Notes:  
   TV Guide "Grapevine":  Letter Perfect
      True to her role as tyrannical high school principal Grace Musso
      on Fox's *Parker Lewis*, Melanie Chartoff answers her fan mail
      by correcting each letter, grading it, and sending it back.  "I
      get a lot of loving and affectionate letters," she says, "but I
      really do care about grammar and spelling."  Chartoff insists
      that most of her fans get the joke.  "I may have an obnoxious
      alter ego, but I really am a nice person."  Still, there's at
      least one scribe who may not have been amused.  "I get letters
      from teachers, too, and I've even had to correct some of those.
      I remember one that was so full of mistakes I wrote, 'Tsk, tsk,
      please resubmit' on it."
      [Photo:  Chartoff in full Musso pose.
       Caption:  Chartoff:  return to sender.]

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[3.18] "Night to Remember" {ordering things for prom date}

Air Dates:              May 09, 1993 (Sun 7:00 PM)
                        Aug 22, 1993 (Sun 7:00 PM)

Written by:             Sheryl J. Anderson
Director:               Rob Bowman
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, MET, JG, MC

Featuring:              Tim Halpern         as Dave
                        Lego Louis          as Bouncer
                        Roger Callard       as Andy
                        Eliott Harold       as Jerry Clone
Special Appearance by   Arte Johnson        as the Clerk

Synopsis:
   Parker (Corin Nemec) prepares to go to the junior prom, but isn't
   prepared to play chaperone to Shelly (Maia Brewton), who wrangles
   herself a ticket.  Clerk:  Arte Johnson.  Dave:  Tim Halpern.
   Andy:  Roger Callard.

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[3.19] "Boys Night In" {Jerry in school hallway}

Air Date:               May 23, 1993 (Sun 7:00 PM)

Written by:             David Silverman & Stephen Sustarsic
Director:               Larry Shaw
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, TSt, JG, JP, MC

Co-Starring:            Bari K. Willerford  as Cop #1
                        Gary Kasper         as Cop #2
                        Marci Brickhouse    as Girl

Synopsis:
   Parker and Mikey (Corin Nemec, William Jayne) try to give Jerry
   (Troy Slaten) an education in the ways of manhood, which includes
   a field trip to a strip joint.  Kohler: John Pinette.

Notes:
   Walker #T-22077-93-013

   The dates in Jerry's appointment calendar were in October, 1992

   Jerry's fake ID:
                             Driver Licence
                            I7123066 Class C
       Expires 11-20-95
                             JERRY STEINER
                             9140 MOREHART AVE   (sp?)
                             SANTO DOMINGO

       <photo>               SEX: M     HAIR: BLK   EYES: BRN
                             HT: 5-09   WT: 130     DOB: 11-17-70
                             RESTR:
                             MUST WEAR CORRECTIVE LENSES

                             <signature>

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[3.20] "Senior Jerry" {Jerry through the years}

Air Date:               May 30, 1993 (Sun 7:00 PM)

Written by:             David Cohen & Roger S. H. Schulman
Director:               Mike Finney
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, HP, MC

Guest-Starring:         Mitch Kreindel          as Mr. Steiner
                        Linda Shayne            as Mrs. Steiner
Co-Starring:            Tanya Boyd              as Calculus Teacher
                        Kenneth L. Richardson   as Official-looking Guy

Synopsis:
   When Jerry (Troy Slaten) skips a grade and becomes a senior,
   he finds the pressure too much to take - and drops out of school.
   Mr. Steiner:  Mitch Kreindel.  Mrs. Steiner:  Linda Shayne.
   Calculus Teacher:  Tanya Boyd.

Notes:
   Although Jerry's parents are called Dr. and Dr. Steiner during the
   show, they are listed as Mr. and Mrs. Steiner in the credits.

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[3.21] "The Rocky Kohler Picture Show" {Kube & Kohler discuss monsters}

Air Date:               Jun 06, 1993 (Sun 7:00 PM)

Written by:             Alan Cross & Tom Spezialy
Director:               Larry Shaw
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, JG, JP, MC

Guest-Star:             Scott Richard Wolf      as Brian Sommerville
                        Linda Shayne            as Mrs. Steiner
Co-Starring:            Tanya Boyd              as Calculus Teacher
                        Kenneth L. Richardson   as Official-looking Guy

Synopsis:
   Kube (Abraham Benrubi) is invited to join an exclusive cult-movie
   club, but it's a monstrous situation when he brings Kohler
   (John Pinette) along.  Brian Summerville:  Scott Richard Wolf.

Notes:
   TV Guide spelled the name "Summerville"; the credits listed the
   character name as "Sommerville".

   Walker #T-2207-93-019; 11/12/92

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[3.22] "The Last Supper" {in the diner} [Series Finale]

Air Date:               Jun 13, 1993 (Sun 7:00 PM)

Written by:             Tom Spezialy & Alan Cross
Director:               Mike Finney
Starring:               CN, BJ, TS, MB, ABe, JG, JP, MC

Co-Starring:            Biff Yeager             as Wrecking Ball Operator

Synopsis
   The good news:  Atlas Diner is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
   The bad news:  it's about to be torn down to make room for stores.  
  [The ugly news:  this is the last episode of the series.]