Honey, I Shrunk the Kids

Season 2 Episode 15

Honey, You'll Always Be A Princess to Me

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Aired Unknown Feb 20, 1999 on
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Honey, You'll Always Be A Princess to Me
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Diane is suffering a mid-life crisis in which she tries to look younger and after a trip to the museum with her husband and son, she finds out about a spell that could make her younger. Diane translate the tablets against Wayne's wishes and unknowingly wakes up as an evil princess. Now it is up to the Szalinski team to fight the evil princess and get Diane back. Meanwhile, the chief tries to beat Wayne in a spring decoration contest.moreless

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    Peter Scolari

    Peter Scolari

    Wayne Szalinski

    Barbara Alyn Woods

    Barbara Alyn Woods

    Diane Szalinski

    Thomas Dekker

    Thomas Dekker

    Nicholas "Nick" Bradbury Szalinski

    Hillary Tuck

    Hillary Tuck

    Amy Szalinski

    Vanessa King

    Vanessa King

    Danielle

    Rusty

    Rusty

    Quark

    Sandra Laratta

    Sandra Laratta

    Salon Girl

    Guest Star

    Irving Gikofsky

    Irving Gikofsky

    News Guy

    Guest Star

    Christine Willes

    Christine Willes

    Mrs. Gotteramerding

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    George Buza

    George Buza

    Chief Jake McKenna

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    Andrew Grant

    Andrew Grant

    Joel McKenna

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      • The Shaggy Dog

        When Diane reads the translation of the magic tablet, she utters the phrase "Klatu Barata Nicto", which causes her to be possessed by the evil spirit. This same phrase was used in the above-titled 1959 Disney movie, which caused Wilby Daniels (Tommy Kirk) to change into a dog after coming into possession of a magic ring.

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