The Drew Carey Show

Season 7 Episode 2

Drew Carey's Back-to-School Rock 'n' Roll Comedy Hour (2)

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Sep 26, 2001 on ABC
6.7
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Drew Carey's Back-to-School Rock 'n' Roll Comedy Hour (2)
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Drew hosts a film about the dangers of cooties. Another film shows girls how cheerleading can help them later in life. Mimi bothers Uncle Kracker for help with a crossword puzzle. A clueless police officer goes undercover while still wearing his uniform. Peter Frampton recalls his past romance with Mimi. A talking zit gives a young man questionable dating advice. Mimi tries to convince Sugar Ray to stay over at her place after the show. Drew compliments teachers, with the exception of his elementary school teacher, Ms. Freeman. He boasts that math isn't necessary in life, only to miss out on a party because Mark McGrath of Sugar Ray tells him the location in the form of a story problem.moreless

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  • Drew and the gang do some more sketches,and more musical acts are in store,as well.

    8.8
    This part of the show was not bad,or anything. It was pretty good. Good sketches,good musical acts. A good epilogue (where Drew moons his old Math teacher). And man,was that hilarious! That part when Peter Frampton showed Mimi his tattoo of her on his chest was also hilarious...and kinda bizarre. How could anyone love Mimi that much? Well,Peter must\'ve been pretty drunk when they did it for \"ten minutes in a state park bathroom\" or something like that.

    The scene where Oswald was undercover was fairly funny (especially at the end when the mob shoots him),and that skit where Drew had a zit (who looked and sounded like Mr.Wick) and that bad wig--I mean,that was funny,too.

    Purposely funny. But,they didn\'t use Jenny McCarthy in this part. Why? I dunno. They probably assumed,\"None of these sketches would fit her\". What was weird,however,was (and I just realized this) behind-the-scenes of making the sketch show,and then,behind-the-scenes of the whole nine yards. Well,you\'ll know what I\'m talking about more if you watch the actual episode. Overall,a good episode!

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  • The second half of the special bombed!

    5.2
    Tonight's show opens with a sketch with Drew, Kate, and a young girl doing a short informational video about kids and cooties.



    The next sketch features Kate in a video telling kids that cheerleading isn't only meant for sports, it's something which can be useful when you're an adult. The video then features her cheerleading for a politician as he tries to give a speech.



    Up next is a music performance by Uncle Kracker. After the performance, Mimi yells at Uncle Kracker and asks him for some help with a crossword puzzle.



    The next sketch features Mimi and Oswald playing police officers. Mimi orders Oswald to go back to school, under cover to find out who's dealing drugs. When Oswald shows up in school, he screws up by wearing his police uniform, only putting on a new hat. Mimi then orders Oswald to go undercover with the mob, but he ends up getting shot.



    Up next is a music performance by Peter Frampton. When Peter's done performing, he and Mimi talk about their past together. He's now got a tattoo of Mimi on his chest. He seems to want to get back together, but Mimi doesn't feel the same.



    We now join Drew at home, and he's wearing a terrible wig. He pretends like he's trying to ask a woman out, since he's nervous to do it for real. Drew then notices a zit on his forehead, and the zit has the face and voice of Mr. Wick. The zit convinces Drew to listen to him, and he'll help him score. Later that day, the zit helps Drew talk to Julie (Kate), but the zit ends up screwing things up for Drew when he tells Drew to pull her panties down.



    Up next is a performance by Sugar Ray. When the performance ends, the guys go home with Mimi after realizing Mimi is the woman on Peter Frampton's chest. The cameras turn to Drew, who tells kids at home to respect their teachers because they're important and work really hard. He then complains about one of his teachers, who told him he would need math after graduating. Drew says he's never really needed math, but he ends up regretting this statement when the lead singer from Sugar Ray comes back and invites Drew to a party, and he needs math to figure out how to get there.



    The show ends with a series of bloopers from the show.



    This was more or less a continuation of the first show, and it wasn't a good decision. The first half was far superior to this one. Most of the scenes were below average, and the performances couldn't make up for all of that.moreless
Drew Carey

Drew Carey

Drew Allison Carey

Christa Miller-Lawrence

Christa Miller-Lawrence

Kate O'Brien (1995-2002)

Diedrich Bader

Diedrich Bader

Oswald Lee Harvey

Ryan Stiles

Ryan Stiles

Lewis Kiniski

Kathy Kinney

Kathy Kinney

Mimi Bobeck Carey (episode 2+)

Craig Ferguson

Craig Ferguson

Nigel Algernon Wick (1996-2003)

John Regan

John Regan

Himself (Peter Frampton's Band)

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Bob Mayo

Bob Mayo

Himself (Peter Frampton's Band)

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Chad Cromwell

Chad Cromwell

Himself (Peter Frampton's Band)

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