Everybody Hates Chris

Season 2 Episode 7

Everybody Hates Promises

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Nov 13, 2006 on The CW
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Chris faces an impeachment hearing. Rochelle's brother moves in after being kicked out by their mother, but it's more than Julius can take. Tonya asks Drew to show her how to "Double Dutch."

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  • Great!

    9.4
    Another fun-filled episode that sets the wheels in motion for a bunch of laughs and hysterics. Chris faces an impeachment hearing when the students at his school complain that he isn't living up to his promises, so Greg tries to help out. I liked the scene with the journalist and her office: they had to take off their shoes and cross their legs. HAHA!!! Rochelle's brother moves in after being kicked out by their mother, but it's more than Julius can take. Tonya asks Drew to show her how to "Double Dutch" but strings her along by making her do unecessary exercises. Then Chris teaches her first time but in the end she thanks Drew!moreless
Michael Patrick McGill

Michael Patrick McGill

Janitor

Guest Star

Sam Wellington

Sam Wellington

Tuskegee Airman

Guest Star

Charles Walker

Charles Walker

Uncle Ben Chef

Guest Star

Travis T. Flory

Travis T. Flory

Caruso

Recurring Role

Earthquake

Earthquake

Michael

Recurring Role

Lynda Scarlino

Lynda Scarlino

Mrs. Milone

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Chris: Can I at least get French fries at lunch?
      Ms. Morello I always thought you'd be more the sweet potato type.

    • Tuskegee Airman: What if we quit? Black people would never have become pilots.
      Aunt Jemima: If I had quit, pancakes would taste like crap.
      Cream of Wheat Chef: If I had quit, Cream of Wheat would've been called "Cream of White!"
      Uncle Ben: If I had quit, it would take hours to cook rice.

    • Chris: (narrating) My father and Michael didn't get along because whatever my father said, my uncle said the opposite.
      (Julius and Michael are at a car shop)
      Julius: I like the Ford.
      Michael: I like the Chevy.
      (Julius and Michael are at an art museum)
      Julius: I wanna look at Picasso.
      Michael: I wanna look at Matisse.
      (Julius and Michael are having beer)
      Julius: Hmm, tastes great!
      Michael: Less filling.

    • Chris Rock: (narration) Back at school, I stopped making promises and started making demands.
      Chris: I'd like all book reports to be on books that were made into movies.
      Mrs. Morello: Are you high? I'm asking, not judging.
      Chris: No, I'm just trying to fulfill my campaign promises.
      Mrs. Milone: Just for curiosity sake, what else did you promise?
      Chris: A TV in the library, more field trips, instituting recess, and no more detention.
      Mrs. Morello: Chris, how are you going to know how to act when you get stopped by the police if we don't give you detention?

  • NOTES (1)

  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Chris Rock: (narration) Back at school, it was Crouching Tiger, Hidden Truth.

      This is a reference to the Chinese martial arts film Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon that was first released in 2000.

    • Julius: Hmmm, tastes great!
      Uncle Mike: Less filling.

      This is a reference to "Tastes great, Less filling," the long running Miller Lite advertising campaign.

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