The Proud Family

Season 1 Episode 5

EZ Jackster

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Aired Weekdays 4:30 PM Oct 05, 2001 on Disney Channel
6.8
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EZ Jackster
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Penny's crush on a new boy at school has repercussions beyond her wildest dreams when she helps promote his music-sharing Web site.

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  • This is what happens when Disney and the RIAA are successful in spreading propaganda

    1.0
    When you think the RIAA can't get any more cheap with their fight on internet piracy, they target young kids with Disney cartoons - or is it the RIAA being kissed up to by Disney.



    All the major RIAA lies (all downloading of music is illegal, copying is theft, artists are actually losing a lot of money (which is nothing but debatable) are in it, not one mention about independent music artists or how they can benefit from the actions of the crush-ee (since they do often rely on free file-sharing programs), only how it was scum of the earth.







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  • My actual rating for this episode is 0.7, but TV.com won't let me change it for some odd reason. Once Penny's new crush shows her how to downlaod free music, she is soon sucked into it. Only to soon discover she is breaking a "law".moreless

    1.0
    This episode was good. But the storyline needs a bit of a touch up. I mean, Penny discovers how to download free music, and the police confront her and she soon "destroys" the city? This was very stupid. Millons of people download free Mmsic. And it dosen't put music stores out of buissnes or dosen't force police to go to your house. And just because of one website?! N! And another critisism, how does a 14 year-old only NOW discover how to download music? -_- And the ending made no difference. Still the music stores were backrupt, stores were shut down. And oh, wow. Penny puts on stupid black glasses and flies through the sky. The ending made me hate this episode. But the episode itself was enough to get me to hate it.moreless
  • A spoof of the Matrix. It was quite alright in my opinion but I also felt some things weren't explained very well.

    7.9
    EZ Jackster is in my opinion an alright episode, but had bad organisation.



    I really liked the way Penny's character was handled. I think shes like most of those teenagers who just suffer from the "WHat do you say?" peer pressure. Oscar was quite hilarious and I liked the scenes where he was talking to Marsha and saying "Ding DIng Ding". It was also quite unusual to see Oscar being serious and not selfish and I think that was the turning point of the episode.



    Now the bad part. I think Wizard Kelly's line in saying that five cents was alot was quite out of character. I also think that part of the episode was very poorly explained and I believe that's what led to the episode's downfall. Another part was Trudy's charatcer. At first, she was angry about Penny stealing, then she quickly forgets and changes the subject to thinking for herself. So, I think the bad organisation led to peope hating the episode.



    Overall, this may not be the best episode, but it isnt the worst. It also pays tribute to The Matrix movie.moreless
  • I hate this episode. It makes no sense at all. I hate this episode and the episodes with Al Roker in them, because they don't seem real. Hello: Things like this don't happen in reality. This episode is not reality. I wish more Proud Family episodes were mmoreless

    4.0
    I hate this episode. It makes no sense at all. I hate this episode and the episodes with Al Roker in them, because they don't seem real. Hello: Things like this don't happen in reality. This episode is not reality. I wish more Proud Family episodes were more like reality.
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Gedde Watanabe

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Aries Spears

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