The Parkers

Season 4 Episode 25

An Ivy League of Her Own

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Aired Unknown May 19, 2003 on UPN
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An Ivy League of Her Own
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When Professor Oglevee inherits his uncle's $10 million fortune, Nikki fears his attraction to Paris---a sexy widow with a string of rich, dead husbands---may prove fatal and warns him against getting involved. Meanwhile, Kim also faces a professorial dilemma when her psychologist boyfriend wants her to move to Harvard, where he's landed a teaching job after using her as an unwitting test subject.moreless

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  • oh brother!

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    So the idiot now inherits some money and guess who suddenly shows up; Paris. The fool is in love with the witch. He was a first class idiot. What kind of professor was he anyway? He may have been a teacher but he needed some schooling.



    He is still of the ignorant belief that Paris should be free because of her looks. So didn't he find it was a coincidence that he inherited all that money, and a woman who had been accused of murdering men for their insurance suddenly shows up? Mrs. Parker tried to warn him, but he didn't want to listen. The ignoramus spends some of the money on her and all of it on a lot of other things. As soon as the jackass got the news that he was about to inherit 10,000,000 dollars. he made out checks to a whole bunch of things, before he even saw the cash! What a fool. I see this too many times in sitcoms. People came into a large sum of money, or think that they stand to get a lot of money, and squander it. Did they have to do that again?



    Then came the worst. He proposed to the murderer!moreless
Gretchen Palmer

Gretchen Palmer

Paris Walker

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Chuma Hunter-Gault

Chuma Hunter-Gault

Professor Regis Dawson

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Sheila Scott-Wilkinson

Sheila Scott-Wilkinson

Professor Peabody

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