Romeo!

Season 1 Episode 5

Slam Dunk

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Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Sep 27, 2003 on Nickelodeon
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Romeo tries to impress a girl, but when he messes up and thinks he has lost his mojo, his father tells him he should simply introduce himself to her. However, Romeo, determined to give his method another chance, pays no mind to his father's advice. So he takes matters into his own hands and makes an even bigger fool of himself trying to impress her. In another story, Mr. Miller tries to kill a mouse running around in the house, but Gary and Mrs. Rogers want to catch it and release it outside.moreless

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      • Romeo: (Doing dunks while playing basketball) I am so good. I am so good. How do I do it? (Shows Romeo jumping on trampoline to reach the rim)
        Louis: With a little bounce, and a lot of brother.

      • Romeo: No one hit me. I was doing basketball drills.
        Louis: And working his Ro-magic to impress a new cheerleader.
        Romeo: What can I say! Dad didn't name me Romeo for nothing.

      • Percy: Look, Romeo, if you trying to get a girl, try talking to her when a ball is not flying a your face. Alright little boy?!
        Romeo: Dad, maybe that "talk" stuff worked in the olden days, but now its all about the game. A little mystery, a look, a little more mystery, then another look. I make the girls go -- (Jodi screams)

      • Percy: I have to try to figure out how I'm a kill this mouse.
        Mrs. Rogers and Gary: Kill!
        Romeo: What else do you expect dad to do, throw a party for it?!

      • Mrs. Rogers: I think mice are cute. What did it look like, Jodi?
        Jodi: It was ugly. It had beady eyes and pointed ears and...
        Romeo: Jodi! You sure you weren't looking in a mirror?

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