Parker Lewis Can't Lose

Season 1 Episode 22

Against the Norm

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Aired Unknown Apr 07, 1991 on FOX
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Against the Norm
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Dr. Pankow returns to oust Musso, and Parker must save her.

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    Billy Jayne

    Billy Jayne

    Michael Patrick "Mikey" Randall

    Timothy Stack

    Timothy Stack

    Martin Lewis

    Gerrit Graham

    Gerrit Graham

    Dr. Norman Pankow

    Paul Johansson

    Paul Johansson

    Nick Comstock

    Mary Ellen Trainor

    Mary Ellen Trainor

    Mrs. Lewis (Seasons 2-3)

    Abraham Benrubi

    Abraham Benrubi

    Francis Lawrence "Larry" Kubiac III

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Continuity error: The dialogue from the scene in which Ms. Musso and Dr. Pankow share a park bench, and the spy-cam video of the same event don't match.

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    • ALLUSIONS (7)

      • After seeing Dr. Pankow scrubbing the floor, Parker says, "What's up, Doc?" This, of course, is a famous line from Bugs Bunny.

      • While watching Ms. Musso take Dr. Pankow's tape, the Buds say, "She's going to the videotape!" This quote references a catchphrase of baseball announcer Warner Wolf: "Let's go to the videotape!"

      • Two of the placards on the State Education Symposium board read: D. Gillis and M.G. Krebs. These names reference the two main characters of The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, Dobie Gillis and Maynard G. Krebs.

      • After figuring out Dr. Pankow's plan, the Buds say: (Parker) "S.E.S.", (Mikey) "Lies", (Jerry) "And videotape". This alludes to the film, Sex, Lies, and Videotape.

      • Jerry accidentally records a Three Stooges film over the surveillance video of Dr. Pankow. Parker says, "At least it wasn't a Shemp", referencing most fans' least favorite Stooge.

      • Parker says, "I haven't been this baffled by a big turnout since Look Who's Talking", referencing the 1989 film.

      • Dr. Pankow makes a direct reference to a scene from the film Papillon and star, Steve McQueen, during his Home Economics lecture.

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