Ladies Man

Season 1 Episode 14

Twelve Angry Kids

Aired Monday 8:30 PM Jan 17, 2000 on CBS
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Twelve Angry Kids
Wendy is suspended from school for three days for "sexual harassment" after she kisses a boy without his permission. Outraged at the absurdity of Wendy's suspension, Jimmy decides it's a chance to teach Wendy how to take a stand. But when he arrives in student court where students are the judge and jury, and a pint-sized "prosecutor" is out for Jimmy's blood, Jimmy realizes he's going to have to come up with a darn good defensemoreless

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  • A Bad show idea to begin with.

    I understand that this is a sit com, but come on, the kids on that jury lacked the maturity to make a fair decision. THe kid who issues the guilty verdict and then makes armpit noises was completely inappropriate.

    I think the show should have been cancelled after this episode, and replaced with something that's actually good.
Fred Willard

Fred Willard

Larry Little

Guest Star

Mo Gaffney

Mo Gaffney

Mayvis Little

Guest Star

Myra Turley

Myra Turley

Mrs. Cahill

Guest Star

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    • Jimmy: What's on trial here today is political correctness. Now, political correctness is the idea that assumes that the worst thing we can do is offend somebody. Well, a lot of people were offended when Galileo suggested that the earth was revolving around the sun. A lot of people were offended by Picasso because in his portraits the eyes weren't where they were supposed to be. A lot of people wer offended by Rosa Parks when she wouldn't sit in the back of an Alabama bus just because of the color of her skin. You see, everybody's offended by something. A joke, a TV show, a song, an idea... somebody's going to be offended by something. And offending is very different from hurting. Was Timmy Little offended by my daughter's kiss? Maybe. Was he hurt by it? No. Political correctness tries to protect us from ourselves, but what do we have to give up for it? We give up our sense of humor, our sense of romance, our sense of play. We give up the courage to be different, to think different.

    • Bonnie: Anything for you, sir?
      Gene: Another beer. What?
      Bonnie: It's customary to tip, sir.
      Gene: Okay, here's a tip. Don't play Blackjack with your grandmother.
      Bonnie: Yeah, an idiot knows that, SIR.

    • Jimmy: An eleven-year-old girl can't sexual harrass anybody.
      Mrs. Cahill: Why not?
      Jimmy: For the same reason a guy with no legs can't tap-dance.

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