Everybody Hates Chris

Season 4 Episode 11

Everybody Hates Mr. Levine

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Jan 09, 2009 on The CW
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Chris receives help from a complete stranger during a city-wide blackout and decides to return the favour by helping the old man meet new friends. Meanwhile, Rochelle discovers she is one year younger than she thought she was and Greg searches for an identity.

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  • A blackout.

    6.6
    Everybody Hates Chris has been sort of drifting lately. The critics aren't talking about it and the ratings certainly aren't at an all time high, but this was one of the better episodes this season.



    Whenever the show brings in old comedians such as Jason Alexander or Richard Lewis they provide a bundle of laughs, as was the case here with Steve Landesberg (Barney Miller). He played his role perfectly as a racist white man.



    Unfortunately the Rochelle storyline was pretty lackluster and the scenes with her dancing and with her friend were very awkward. But overall an above average installment of the show.moreless

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    • Chris: Mr. Levine, it's me, Chris! Let me in! LET ME IN!!
      Mr. Levine: Hey, hey, hey! Last time I let you in, I went to the hospital, almost got shipped to the farm... but you did me a favor, I saw my daughter, and me and Doc patched it up. You happy? Now, beat it!
      Chris: (narrating) And with that, Mr. Levine taught me everything I needed to know about white people.

    • Doc: (talking about Mr. Levine) Yeah, this clown stole my girlfriend.
      Kill Moves: (to Mr. Levine) You used to be a clown?!

    • Chris: (narrating) In every city, people had disasters they had to survive. In Miami they had hurricanes, in San Francisco they had earthquakes, and in New York we had blackouts.

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