All-American Girl

Season 1 Episode 3

Who's the Boss?

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Aired Unknown Sep 28, 1994 on ABC
8.4
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Who's the Boss?
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Ruthie takes advantage of new manager Margaret and puts a real strain on their friendship. Meanwhile, Margaret's grandmother becomes convinced that the family's run of back luck is due to bad feng shui in the house.

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  • Margaret is promoted to manager, and her friend takes advantage. Grandma is convinced business is slow because of bad feng shui.

    7.9
    Interesting that Margaret's friend would so easily take advantage of her promotion. Margaret has to fire her, and then deal with the replacement, who is just too perfect. Margaret doesn't like having her friend not working with her, and they eventually make up.



    Grandma is so funny with the feng shui, or anything really. Definately the star of the show altho it is really about Margaret.



    Another episode with realistic elements- someone taking advantage when their friend is promoted. And of course, superstition. What I want to know is why the store isn't curious about someone getting fired and rehired so quickly!moreless

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  • QUOTES (2)

    • Feng Shui Master: Did someone try to fix the feng shui in this house without a compass.
      Grandma: (pauses) Yyesss, (then points at Casey) the little white girl.
      (Casey looks like a deer in headlights)
      Grandma: (turns back to Feng Shui Master) I'm sorry. I did it.

    • Mr. Kim: Many successful men started out in retail. Sears. Roebuck. Me.
      Mrs. Kim: Then how come proud parents always say 'My son the doctor', but never, 'My son the retailer'.
      Mr. Kim: People say that. I'm sure my mother said that many times.
      Grandma: (shaking head) No, I never said that.

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  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Who's the Boss
      This title is taken directly from the Tony Danza show Who's the Boss.

    • Charlie's Angels
      Margaret and Ruthie pretend to be two of Charlie's Angels while preparing for a Charlie's Angels marathon. Later Margaret gleans a bit of wisdom from the show.

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