The Proud Family

Season 2 Episode 4

Poetic Justice

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Aired Weekdays 4:30 PM Nov 08, 2002 on Disney Channel
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Poetic Justice
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Penny offers to help Dijonay work on her poems, so Dijonay can perform her poetry at a Spoken Word contest. When Dijonay's poetry is better than hers is, Penny becomes jealous. Meanwhile, Oscar has deal with new neighbor Peabo, a six year old who loves both Penny & Proud Snacks.moreless

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  • ok..

    2.8
    review ben edited and renewed

    i made a big deal bout dijonay apologizin to penny and all that but then i saw a few more eps and realised that dijonay had hardly been a proper friend to penny even though shes a better friend to penny than zoe and lacienga (if thats how its spelled) have ever been

    didnt like the episode anyway though.
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Dante Basco

Dante Basco

Kwok (voice)

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Aries Spears

Aries Spears

Wizard Kelly

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Lydia Look

Lydia Look

The Chang Triplets

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Cree Summer

Cree Summer

Peabo

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  • TRIVIA (5)

    • Visitor walking through the front door in the opening credits: Peabo.

    • When Dijonay is reciting her first poem Sticky is in a black outfit but in the next shot he is in his normal outfit then in the next shot he's in the black outfit again.

    • At the end, Penny told Dijonay she could flow and not a lot of people could do that. But in the beginning Dijonay told Penny she could flow. When Penny said that to Dijonay, she made it sound like she couldn't do that, but obviously she can if she accepted the compliment Dijonay gave her rather than being modest.

    • When Dijonay was reciting her 1st poem, she said she had 9 brothers and sisters. When she and Penny were looking for her poems in her room earlier in the episode, she said all her brothers and sisters shared the same room and she said that she only has 4 brothers and sisters (actually, they all looked like girls.) She even said, sarcastically, she would have to share her room with the 4 of them until they go to college.

    • The scene where Oscar said "I have my sandwich, my drink, and my big screen TV," then the shot showed the TV, it wasn't a big screen TV.

  • QUOTES (6)

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  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • Title: Poetic Justice

      The title is in reference to the movie "Poetic Justice" starring Janet Jackson as a young African-American poet named Justice.

    • Suga Mama: Come on, Trudy. Let's leave it to" Beaver" over there.
      Leave it to Beaver was a popular sitcom in the 1950s. The title character of Beaver was a little boy who constantly got himself into trouble.

    • Penny: One minute she's all "riff-riff-ree", next she thinks she's Nikki Giovanni!
      Nikki Giovanni, is successful African-American poet.

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