Sister, Sister

Season 4 Episode 21

Slime Party

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Aired Unknown May 07, 1997 on The WB
9.4
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Slime Party
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Tamera learns that life isn't a bowl of cherries when she and Tia are pitted against twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen on a TV quiz show where she is transformed into a human sundae.

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  • Awesome!

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    Tia and Tamera enter a game show called Slime Party! It's also twin night so Tia and Tamera have a better chance of getting onto the show. Tia is really smart so Tamera is depending on her, so she won't get slimed. Tamera's crush is also watching. Tia and Tamera are against the Olsen twins. Tia has major stage fright and doesn't answer any of the questions. Lisa says that Ray doesn't have any buddies.



    This was a great episode! It was cool seeing Mary-Kate and Ashley from Full House! That game show looked fun! This episode gets a 10!moreless
  • This is my favorite episode of sister, sister!I love Mary-Kate And Ashley! They are soooooooooo cute!

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    This episode is about Tia and Tamera in a game show called slime party when their apponits are MAry-KAte and Ashley. Tia gets stage frigte and Tia and Tamera are losing to Mary-kate and Ashley in front of Tameras crush, Darnell, then, tia takes the jump suit and tamera answers the questions. The category is Collio and Tamera answers all of the questions right. Then at the end of the game, Tia and Tamera end up winning and the Olsen Twins end up losing... shocker...LOL! you have to see it, its great!moreless

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  • TRIVIA (3)

    • In the scene where Tamera is having a chocolate sundae dumped on her, the close-up of her shows her wiping her face and getting chocolate syrup all over it. But when they show her afterwards, there's no longer any chocolate syrup on her face.

    • The is the second time that Tia and Tamera have acted along with the Olsen twins. The first was in an episode of "Full House", playing the older sister of Michelle's friend Teddy, played by their brother Tahj Mowry.

    • After she got sundaed, when she and her sister were fighting, Tamera's hair was perfectly clean, although her clothes were a mess and she would not had time in between the fight and the sundae to have washed it.

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Tamera: (after the Olsen twins answered several questions in a row on the game show) How in the heck did they get so smart? When I was 10, I could barely write my name!

    • Ashley: Do you think he's really gonna slime us?
      Mary-Kate: Us? You're the one in the slime suit!

    • Tamera: Oh, great. It's not enough to be publicly embarrassed. Now we get caught fighting in front of TV's Michelle!
      Ashley: Don't be embarrassed.
      Mary-Kate: Yeah, we just wanted to give you some advice.
      Tamera: Um, excuse me, I've seen "Full House," and I know what you're gonna say: "Love your sister no matter what, because nothing's more important than family," right?
      Mary-Kate: Actually, that wasn't exactly the advice we were going for.
      Tia: Well, then, what were you gonna tell us?
      Ashley: When you hit the buzzer, try to answer the question. Don't just stand there like a boob!

    • Tia: I guess I was just a little camera shy.
      Tamera: Camera shy? You were in a camera coma!

    • Tamera: Oh my gosh! It's them! You're the Olsen twins!
      Mary-Kate: You got it, dude!

    • Mary-Kate and Ashley: We're gonna beat their little twin butts.

    • Ray: We only watch culture TV at this houses no childish rubish!
      TV: Welcome to "Slime Party!"

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Hank says you don't have to be dectectives to know what is coming next. This is alluding to a popular Mary-Kate and Ashley book series called 'The Adventures of Mary-Kate and Ashley'. It's about the twins having their own detective agency.

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