Malcolm in the Middle

Season 7 Episode 10

Malcolm's Money

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Aired Sunday 8:30 PM Jan 06, 2006 on FOX
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8.5
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  • Great!

    9.5
    Lois and Hal find the mail and Malcolm gets $10,000. They decide to spend it and then pay Malcolm back later. Dewey gets in after Hal accidentally tells him about it. The money turns them all into monsters. Reese goes to an old folks' home for work and decides to have fun there. He hooks up two old people. Lois accidentally spends it all on a dollhouse. Malcolm takes the yearbook picture seriously after seeing everyone else taking it seriously. He can't seem to get the perfect picture.

    This episode was great! Malcolm's photos were funny! I can't believe Lois spent all the money. This episode gets a 9.5!
  • IT WAS NOT THE BEST BUT IT WAS OK

    9.7
    This episode just seems like those episodes of Malcolm that are not really good, Season 7 just counts with few very good episodes, this one is alright but it could have been much better. I hope that the last two episodes of series will be much better than this or other lame episodes of the season.
  • Malcolm hates his pictures, and Lois, Hal, and Dewey takes Malcolm's $10,000 check and wastes it.

    9.0
    It all starts as Malcolm not wanting to be remembered a geek when he gets his school picture. So it all turns out trash. Meanwhile Lois and Hal discover a check made out for Malcolm for $10,000. They decided to use that money and pay him back but it turns out chaos, even when Dewey wants in. So the money was used on a dollhouse that broke instantly. So all three had to decide how to pay Malcolm back. All they could find was $3,000. And guess what Malcolm used it on...yep, on photos. I hope you're happy, Malcolm. Reese on the other hand, well, he just started liking senior citizens. No biggie. I think this episode was a little above average. A typical dyfunctional family.
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