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Season: 1 | 2 | 3
Year: 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

2 September 1990
Mikey finds love with a new girl in school. At the same time Parker finds love in a new girl (who turns out to be the same girl). Being a true bud Parker steps aside and helps Mikey out in asking her out for a date. Complicating matters further the girl, Robin, is more interested in Parker anyways. The final straw comes in the form of a 300+ lb. football player named Larry Kubiac who wants to destroy Parker. It seems life couldn't be more complicated for the Junior who normally holds all the cards.

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso

Mary Ellen Trainor ... Mrs. Lewis

Sherman Howard ... Mr. Lewis

Milla Jovovich ... Robin Fecknowitz

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Clyde Kusatsu ... Mr. Loopman
Scott Thomson ... Mr. Kornstein

Lisa Canning ... Andrea Russell

Zachary Bostrom ... Bobby
Christopher Faulk ... Grad Shool Genius
Evelina Fernández ... Registrar (as Evelina Fernández)
Robert M. Bouffard ... Delinquent (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Operation Kubiak

9 September 1990
Parker takes on a new role as Larry Kubiac's agent. While Larry is a force to be reckoned with on the football field his communication skills are lacking. When college football scouts are on campus Parker has to help the giant impress them or else wind up a failure. Now Parker has to find a way to help Kubiac or else risk a future of pain care of the Kube.

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac

Timothy Stack ... Mr. Martin Lewis
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso
Patrick Thomas O'Brien ... Mr. Kubiac (as Patrick T. O'Brien)
Melanie MacQueen ... Mrs. Kubiac
Stephen Burrell ... Scout #1
Jack Jozefson ... Scout #2
Steve Whiteford ... Reporter #1 (as Steven Whiteford)

Susan Angelo ... Reporter #2
Deborah Stern ... Teen Babe
Robert M. Bouffard ... Delinquent (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Power Play

16 September 1990
There's a disturbance in the force as their can't be two Parker Lewis's. A new student at Santo Domingo threatens to steal Parker's glory as he's able to outdo Parker at every turn. In the blink of an eye Parker is no longer the coolest kid in school and struggles to keep his sanity. Parker's world is crumbling around him unless he can find a way to beat Matt Stiles.

Season 1, Episode 4: Parker Lewis Must Lose

23 September 1990
Parker Lewis is a force to be reckoned with in whatever he does. When it comes to the office of the class president Parker and gang decide to try their hand. When the girl that really wants the position puts her all into it only to pale in comparison to Parker guilt follows. For once Parker decides to lose at something and throw the election against his competitor, Becky Grant. It seems though that Parker can't lose even if he tries and his ratings soar more than ever.

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac

Timothy Stack ... Mr. Martin Lewis
Anne Bloom ... Mrs. Lewis
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso
Kim Valentine ... Becky Grant
Larry Spinak ... Conrad Fleck (as Lawrence Spinak)
Torri Whitehead ... Jamie
B.J. Barie ... Badge
Scott Egan ... Jock
Tiffanie Poston ... Cheerleader
Scott Jensen ... Man in Body Cast

Ruben Avitia ... Student Vice President (uncredited)
Robert M. Bouffard ... Delinquent (uncredited)

Michael Gio Ferrigno ... Nemesis (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Close But No Guitar

30 September 1990
After the day from Hell, Mikey finally has had enough. Without plans after high school, he finally figures that he might as well drop out. Now trying to make it as a musician, Parker and others from Santo Domingo have to intervene to help Mikey see the error in his ways. Is there really anything left at Santo Domingo for Mikey, or is the life of a drop-out the best choice?

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac

Timothy Stack ... Mr. Martin Lewis
Anne Bloom ... Mrs. Lewis
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso

Ziggy Marley ... Himself
Kool Moe Dee ... Himself

Alla Korot ... Mary Lou Connor

Mina Kolb ... Aunt Celia
Macka Foley ... Gym Coach

Rodney Allen Rippy ... Student
Robert Greenberg ... Teacher #1
Irina Cashen ... Little Girl
Robert M. Bouffard ... Delinquent (uncredited)
Wynn Irwin ... (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: G.A.G. Dance

7 October 1990
With the upcoming "G.A.G. Dance" looming the guys at Santo Domingo are all a bit worried. G.A.G. means "Girls Ask Guys" therefore worry of the wrong girl asking guys out is very real and Parker intervenes with a motivational speech. Parker might be able to inspire confidence to the students, but who's going to be there to help inspire Parker? As everyone finds dates to the dance Parker winds up the odd man out...

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac

Timothy Stack ... Mr. Martin Lewis
Anne Bloom ... Mrs. Lewis
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso

Robyn Lively ... Tracy Lee Summers

Alla Korot ... Mary Lou Connor
Penina Segall
Larry Spinak ... Conrad Fleck (as Lawrence Spinak)
Laurie Shiers ... Stacy (as Laurie Plaxen)
Hunter Mackenzie Austin ... Girl #1 (as Caroline Gilshian)
Robert M. Bouffard ... Delinquent (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Love's a Beast

14 October 1990
A secret admirer has it out for Mikey and the gang seeks out to find out who. Parker's attention meanwhile is focused on Grace Musso more than ever as she is bent on having Parker make up 3 months of missed first period classes. This lack of attention might throw a fork in Parker being able to locate the correct girl who has eyes for Mikey.

Season 1, Episode 8: Saving Grace

21 October 1990
Sometimes, a bunch of little events occur at just the right time, which culminate into one big disaster. This day is one of those days, as Grace Musso's review is done surprisingly at Santo Domingo. Chaos ensues, Grace is demoted to teaching the home economics class, and Dr. Pankow becomes the new principal. When the new principal turns the school into a prison, Parker has to figure out a way of getting Grace her job back.

Season 1, Episode 9: Musso & Frank

28 October 1990
Parker constantly takes advantage of situations where he (or his buddies) can benefit. When Frank Lemmer finds himself stuck between a rock and a hard place he turns to Parker. As Musso is trying to hook Lemmer up with her 'unsuitable' (In Frank's opinion) niece, Lemmer cuts a deal with Parker for him to find a more suitable date. As Jerry needs help for an upcoming test that Lemmer can help with the deal seems simple enough. Naturally this simple task for Parker winds up with a series of snags and it seems Parker only worsens the situation.

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac

Timothy Stack ... Mr. Martin Lewis
Anne Bloom ... Mrs. Lewis
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso

David Faustino ... Bud Bundy

Andrea Elson ... Denise
Paige French ... Audrey
Larry Spinak ... Conrad Fleck
B.J. Barie ... Badge / Hard Guy
Robert M. Bouffard ... Delinquent (uncredited)
Suzy Broad ... Student (uncredited)

Mark Taormino ... Student By Locker - React To Musso (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Deja Dudes

4 November 1990
With the upcoming class of 1970 High School reunion coming up some surprising characters show up. Not only did Grace Musso graduate then, but Larry's dad, Parker's dad and his 2 best buds. The fore-runner of Parker, Mr. Lewis was the resident prankster along with his buddies to whom perpetrated the ultimate prank back in their day. Now the only evidence of their identities in the prank are about to be revealed as the time capsule from 1970 is going to be opened in front of the entire graduating class. Can Parker cover up the crime, or is his dad's legendary episode from years back going to cause Parker's downfall from Musso?

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac

Timothy Stack ... Mr. Martin Lewis
Anne Bloom ... Mrs. Lewis
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso

D. David Morin ... Vic (as David Morin)

Gary Grossman ... Gary

R.A. Mihailoff ... Bronc Adelson
Michelle Buffone ... Tina
J. Frank Stewart ... George

Joel Swetow ... Rod
Robert M. Bouffard ... Delinquent (uncredited)
Suzy Broad ... Student (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Radio Free Flamingo

11 November 1990
Deep in the bowels of Santo Domingo lies a secret that lay dormant since the 1960's... Santo Domingo's own pirate radio station. As Parker, Jerry, and Mikey stumble across the hidden radio station they feel they need to bring it back to life. The more Principal Musso tries to shut the station down the more the students listen causing a major thorn in her side. As Parker and gang find out the amount of good the station has on the students the more they feel they need to keep it going. That is unless Grace and Frank Lemmer find a way to uncover the secret hiding spot of the station.

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso
Julie Condra ... Donna Sue Horton
Robert Greenberg ... Mr. Loopman
Robert M. Bouffard ... Delinquent (uncredited)
Suzy Broad ... Student (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Science Fair

18 November 1990
It's that time of the year where the geeks rejoice. With the science fair approaching the rivalry between Grace Musso and Dr. Pankow heats up. Both sides are confident that their schools will win the science fair and they place bets on their schools. With the threat of failure Jerry (Santo Domingo's best chance at winning) spirals downward and causes a panic in Musso. When Musso realizes that Santo Domingo is going to lose and Pankow is without any promising projects the bet changes. The school with the worst science project will win the bet.

Season 1, Episode 13: Teacher, Teacher

2 December 1990
Ms. Donnely is the definition of coolness as she not only makes class interesting, but she lets her student have fun. When pranks backfire Ms. Donnely is usually there to cover for Parker. As Parker gets a bit carried away Ms. Donnely's patience slowly dwindles. The heroic teacher finally resigns leaving the students to fend for his or her-selves. One of the biggest issues is a fight looming between Kubiac and McDonald which normally Ms. Donnely would likely be able to stop. Seeing as it's largely Parker's fault for the downfall of Ms. Donnely, he has to try to get her to return to teaching.

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso

Penny Johnson Jerald ... Ms. Miriam Donnelly (as Penny Johnson)
Jaime Cardriche ... Luke MacDonald
John Horn ... Mr. Krantz
Delana Michaels ... Mother #1
Parker Whitman ... Father #1
Lindsey Fields ... Mother #2 (as Lyndsey Fields)
Lee Anthony ... Father #2
Robert M. Bouffard ... Delinquent (uncredited)
Suzy Broad ... Student (uncredited)
Robby George ... Student (uncredited)

Mark Taormino ... Student (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: Rent-A-Kube

16 December 1990
With the rising rate of theft from Mondo Video Mr. and Mrs. Lewis are helpless to it. Parker takes notice that Kubiac could help solve the problem in the form of a rent-a-cop. All's well at Mondo and the amount of shoplifting drops to zero. Iron fisted Larry Kubiac takes the job a little seriously and the customers of Mondo are afraid to even enter the store. Logically if there are no customers coming in then none of them are going to be stealing. Now Parker is left as usual to fix the problem.

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac

Timothy Stack ... Mr. Martin Lewis
Anne Bloom ... Mrs. Lewis
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso

Ozzy Osbourne ... Himself
B.J. Barie ... Badge

Gary McGurk ... Officer Donovan
Dani Lee ... Gina Lang
Paul Wiley ... Reverend Rafferty
Kymberleigh St. Peter ... Pretty Girl

Rodney Allen Rippy ... Rodney
Robert Cavanaugh ... Tim
Robert M. Bouffard ... Delinquent (uncredited)
Suzy Broad ... Student (uncredited)
Robby George ... Student (uncredited)
Poli Marichal ... Sketch Artist (uncredited)

William Winckler ... Frightened Teen (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Heather the Class

13 January 1991
In this installment of "Shelley finding herself" she strives to be a 'vogue'. The trend-setting snob girls take Shelley in and help her see the light. Shelley is blinded to the fact that the vogues are selfish and uncaring and she has to decide whether her popularity is worth burning the people closest to her. Simotanously Parker is on a mission from Musso to help slender Larry up. Shelley's transformation into the vogue world collides with Parker's mission causing tension all around.

Season 1, Episode 16: Jerry: Portrait of a Video Junkie

3 February 1991
Jerry's constantly submersing himself into computers, school, and various other forms of geekery. Now Jerry's been immersing himself into video games and finds himself addicted. When Jerry starts slipping at everything else in his life Parker and Mikey have to help out their friend. The mission proves to be tricky and Jerry circles the drain of failure.

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso

Barbara Billingsley ... Ms. Musso's Mother

Jerry Mathers ... Theodore Musso

Bruce Jarchow ... Group Leader
B.J. Barie ... Badge

Jeff Arbaugh ... Todd (as Jeffrey Arbaugh)

Aron Eisenberg ... Steven
Donna Eskra ... Darla
Ken Exner ... Alan
Alex Alonso ... Student with Radio (uncredited)
Suzy Broad ... Student (uncredited)
Robby George ... Student (uncredited)
Paige Vincent ... Girl in Video Store (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: Splendor in the Class

10 February 1991
Parker finds a girl he goes head over heels for. The buds find their leader has fallen under her spell and their powerless to stop her. Parker grows brainwashed enough that Mikey and Jerry can no longer depend on Parker causing quite a ripple in the "Parker Lewis Can't Lose" Universe. Now Jerry and Mikey find they need to save their friend before the group permanently disbands.

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac

Timothy Stack ... Mr. Martin Lewis
Anne Bloom ... Mrs. Lewis
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso

April Lerman ... Haley Madison
Robert Greenberg ... Mr. Loopman
Suzy Broad ... Student (uncredited)
Robby George ... Student (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: The Human Grace

17 February 1991
Musso and Dr. Pankow are at it again. Each are trying to get something from the school board and naturally are willing on going to extremes to get their way. Pankow tries to win the heart of Musso and consequently her vote at the school board hearings. Parker finds what Pankow is scheming and tries to convince Musso that she is being had. Can Parker get through to Grace Musso or is Grace going to wind up being made a fool of?

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac

Timothy Stack ... Mr. Martin Lewis
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso

Gerrit Graham ... Dr. Pankow

Takayo Fischer ... Chairwoman
Charles Wahlheim ... Randy (as Charles Wahleheim)

'Weird Al' Yankovic ... Himself
Suzy Broad ... Student (uncredited)
Robby George ... Student (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: Citizen Kube

24 February 1991
Kubiac's lack of funds impact his ability to buy what he craves most... Food. This forces him to stealthily seek out other people's food. A true menace Kubiac can't be stopped and the students of Santo Domingo suffer. Then in an unlikely turn of events Kube wins a sweep-stake making him an instant millionaire. He'll truly never go hungry again... At least until he starts spreading his wealth all around Santo Domingo at a staggering pace. Parker tries to help Kubiac manage his new wealth, but notices Larry is hard to control.

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso
Taime Downe ... Young Bum / Rockstar

Wesley Mann ... Man #1
B.J. Barie ... Badge
Larry Spinak ... Conrad Fleck
William Lester Collins ... Yuppie Guy

Jeanne Wolf ... Herself
Suzy Broad ... Student (uncredited)

Dennis Fimple ... (uncredited)
Robby George ... Student (uncredited)
Randy Murzynski ... Sports Reporter (uncredited)

Ryan Stiles ... Man (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: Randall Without a Cause

10 March 1991
Mikey is the wild one of the gang and temptation to leave them is always present. When some older guys offer Mikey a spot in their crew he can't refuse. Good intentions and logic go out the window and Mikey finds himself on the wrong side of the law with his new gang. True friends will stick by you and Parker and Jerry have to help their friend out. Mikey might have bitten off more than he can chew though as saving his own skin involves ratting on his new friends.

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso

Charles Rocket ... Sgt. Jake Melman

Bradford Tatum ... Sammy (as Brad Tatum)

Dennis Stewart ... Mean Guy (as Dennis C. Stewart)
Ron Dortch ... Officer #1
Suzy Broad ... Student (uncredited)
Robby George ... Student (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Jerry's First Date

24 March 1991
Jerry's not acting normal and as his buds, Parker and Mikey get to the bottom of the problem. Suprisingly the motive is Jerry's love of a girl. To help Jerry past his worries through the date Parker and Mikey ditch their responsibilities. Now the guys have to help their friend, avoid Musso, and avoid Mr. Lewis. At the same time Larry is experiencing growth spurts making him even more of a behemoth than ever.

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac

Timothy Stack ... Mr. Martin Lewis
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso

A.J. Langer ... Melissa
Jan Rabson ... Future Jerry

Josh Lucas ... Evan (as Joshua Lucas)
Bob Tzudiker ... Doctor

Noni White ... Questioner
Suzy Broad ... Student (uncredited)
Robby George ... Student (uncredited)

Craig Shoemaker ... Jacob (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: Against the Norm

7 April 1991
After the last confrontation between Grace Musso and Dr. Pankow, Pankow was left in shambles. Now Pankow is back begging Grace for a job at Santo Domingo. Parker knows better than to trust Pankow and is out to get to the bottom of his plan this time around. In a game of cat and mouse Pankow, Musso, and Parker Lewis are each out to win. With twists and turns all around this episode keeps you guessing who will come out on top.

Season 1, Episode 23: King Kube

28 April 1991
The announcement of the Queen and King of the Junior Prom is surprising and scandalous at the same time. On his own Jerry is responsible for the outcome of Larry Kubiac winning. Now that the whole thing has gone to Kubiac's head coming out with the truth proves to be hard and potentially painful for Jerry. In the end Kubiac takes the news poorly and winds up dropping out of school due to the ensuing embarrassment. It'll take Parker and the rest of the school to undo the damage and get Kubiac back.

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso

Donny Osmond ... Himself
Yohanna Yonas ... Eileen Larson
Joy Creel ... Amber

Leanna Creel ... Kandy

Monica Lacy ... Barbie (as Monica Creel)
Suzy Broad ... Student (uncredited)
Robby George ... Student (uncredited)
Larry Spinak ... Conrad Fleck (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: Teens from a Mall

5 May 1991
When not in school Parker and the guys do the same things that a lot of High Schoolers do, they hang out at the mall. In this outing Jerry finds himself feeling like the odd man out as he is the only jobless one. Mikey on the other hand finds that the promotion at his job is driving up his stress. Parker is after a girl who's always just out of reach, Musso deals with her addiction to buying clothes, and Shelley strives to prove Frank Lemmer is a vampire. Just a typical day at the mall!

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso

Josie Bissett ... Sarah

Don Lake ... Ira Lefko

Bruce Jarchow ... Dr. Carroll

Wesley Mann ... Credit Man
Cynthia Mann ... Grodnik Griddle Girl
Larry Spinak ... Conrad Fleck

Rusty Schwimmer ... Lady
Simon Hart ... Dave (Store Manager)

Venus DeMilo ... Clerk (as Venus Thomas)
Suzy Broad ... Student (uncredited)

Ryan Stiles ... Clerk (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: My Fair Shelly

12 May 1991
Getting invited to one of Melinda's parties is a big deal, and when Shelly gets invited, she strives to get a date. When Shelley grows desperate, she seeks the help of her brother (more like blackmailing him). As Parker helps Shelley by using Jerry as her training date, Jerry starts to find interest in her. Larry Kubiac also tries getting into the party, but he wasn't invited. Come party time, Shelly finds that maybe the date of her dreams isn't all that it's cracked up to be.

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac

Timothy Stack ... Mr. Martin Lewis
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso

Jonathan Ward ... Brad Donovan

Brooke Theiss ... Melinda Harris
Malaika ... Caroline

Sharon Case ... Joanne
Todd Shawn ... Dude
Suzy Broad ... Student (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: Parker Lewis Can't Win

19 May 1991
Parker has a lot of good days, some mediocre days, but only one worst day. Everything imaginable that could go wrong does. Even Shelley one-ups Parker when she plays an embarrassing video of Musso to the entire school instead of the video Parker really made for Musso portraying her in a good light. In the end Parker has enough and ditches the rest of his day. It seems that this could be the end of Parker Lewis...

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac

Timothy Stack ... Mr. Martin Lewis
Anne Bloom ... Mrs. Lewis
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso

Ray Walston ... Augie
Kim Valentine ... Becky Grant
Larry Spinak ... Conrad Fleck
Robert Cavanaugh ... Silhouette #1
Richard Feldman ... Silhouette #2

Jim Lange ... Himself
Suzy Broad ... Student (uncredited)
Lon Diamond ... (uncredited)
Clyde Phillips ... (uncredited)

Bryan Spicer ... (uncredited)
Tom Straw ... (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Father Knows Less

11 August 1991
What starts off innocently enough (A parent/student project) unravels many of the students at Santo Domingo's relationships with their parents. Parker deals with his over-thinking father, Jerry and his father could probably create cold fusion with their brain power, and Mikey's rocky home life comes out. A potentially disastrous episode begs the question of how Parker can fix this one...

Season 2, Episode 2: A Walk on the Dark Side

18 August 1991
Constantly finding herself in the shadow of her brother, Shelley finds a new identity. The 'Dark Siders' were a group of kids that didn't fit the regular high-schooler mold as they dressed darkly, wreaked havoc, and were very mysterious in nature. The 'Dark Siders' are essentially everything Parker is not and therefore very appealing to Shelley. As much as Parker likes distancing himself from his sister the prospect of Shelley becoming a Dark Sider could be disastrous as she could very well get in over her head. Parker must decide to intervene to save his sister from possible self destruction.

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso

Rodney Eastman ... Jimmy Joe Trout
Kristen Corbett ... Alice
Tiffanie Poston ... Janice
Dee Booher ... Maxine

Jayson Kane ... Host
Suzy Broad ... Student (uncredited)

Damon Stout ... Dark Sider (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Full Mental Jacket

1 September 1991
Parker is the leader, Mikey is the flirt and wild one, and Jerry is the brains. While Jerry's jacket has become a part of him and constantly saves the group's hides the jacket seriously crimps Jerry's love life. What starts innocently enough Parker and Mikey take Jerry's jacket and try to help him impress a girl. When Jerry needs his jacket back it mysteriously disappears (Other parties' interests are peaked when they find the jacket isn't in Jerry's possession). In true Parker Lewis form the end is climatic as everyone seeks out the power of the jacket.

Season 2, Episode 4: Future Shock

8 September 1991
Parker is the a living god when he walks the halls of Santo Domingo. High School to Parker is just the backdrop of his life and the future isn't of interest; until now. It seems that while Parker has focused all his attention to the present everyone else is planning for the future and Parker is going to be left behind. Parker must come to terms and figure out what he is to do with his life and start thinking about life past High School.

Season 2, Episode 5: The Undergraduate

15 September 1991
If High School were powered by something that something would be gossip. The rumor-mill has been working overtime in regards to Ms. Mason (The school's resident hot teacher) through the stories told by one of the jocks. Now that Parker has been invited over to the teacher's house for some one on one planning for a class parker finds himself in the center of all the gossip. Are the rumors true and is Parker going to get the teacher, or will Parker wind up looking foolish? This episode explores the concept that teachers are in fact people too and have their own thoughts and intentions.

Season 2, Episode 6: Stormy Mikey

22 September 1991
On Mikey's priority list High School isn't exactly high up there. In typically Mikey fashion a girl steals his interest and offers him something too good to be true. The girl's father just so happens to run a big recording studio and the two (the girl and father) offer Mikey a recording contract. Parker knows Mikey could possibly be throwing his life away as the love struck teen has his mind set on the deal and nothing else. Parker has to get to the bottom of everything and decide how to wake Mikey up to reality.

Season 2, Episode 7: Fat Boy and Little Man

29 September 1991
Santo Domingo's football team is a physical force with such players as Larry Kubiac. Even with the Kube and other excellent players Santo Domingo's football team lacks brain power. An upcoming game against El Carado High School prompts media attention towards Grace Musso (seeing as the Flamingo's haven't ever scored so much as a point against their rivals) to act. Skipping other students Grace shoots to the top of the intellectual ladder and suits Jerry Steiner up to play ball. Jerry proves an excellent addition to the team helping them win other games, but with the big game looming will Jerry get a big head? That and all the additional attention on Jerry takes attention off of Kubiac. In the end will Santo Domingo come out on top?

Season 2, Episode 8: Aging Gracefully

6 October 1991
Grace Musso and Dr. Pankow are long time rivals as the each of them fight for control from the school board. Now an aging Grace and Pankow seem to be meeting not on the battle field but on dates. It's up to Parker and gang to get beneath the facades and see if there is a true potential for a love connection or if Musso is being had. Simotanously Jerry's focus is being consumed by a computer. HAL 9000 themed Parker is stuck in the middle between the love duo and the geek duo.

Season 2, Episode 9: The Parker Chronicles

13 October 1991
Parker leads a hectic life and to help him keep track of things he keeps an audio diary in the form of a miniature tape recorder. Suddenly Parker finds his beloved diary is missing along with all of the juicy contents that are recorded on it. The thief leaves a cryptic video recording to Parker warning that at a ceremony to celebrate Kube the contents of the diary will be broadcast to the whole school. Panic ensues as Parker's reputation is on the line along with his life if anything about the school's don "Donald 'the Don' Yemano" are revealed. Everything culminates as Parker and the crew find their selves caught between a rock and a hard place in front of the whole school.

Season 2, Episode 10: Rock 'n' Roles

27 October 1991
Once again Shelley's found a new identity that she'll call her own to the dismay of Parker. The newest music sensation 'Jezebel' has captured the attention of the girls at Santo Domingo. As with everyone else Shelley feels that Jezebel is speaking to her in her music and she faithfully worships her following. As an upcoming concert looms Shelley is consumed with getting a ticket to the show even if it entails her resorting to being devious. Parker tries to help his sister as it appears she's brainwashed by the performer and Shelley has to come to terms with right and wrong. The end result is actually pretty good and a lesson is learned!

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac

Timothy Stack ... Mr. Martin Lewis

Mary Ellen Trainor ... Mrs. Lewis

Paul Johansson ... Nick Comstock

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso
Karen Fineman ... Jezebel
Brian Bradley ... Eric
Laura Jacoby ... Jezebellie #1
Wendy J. Cooke ... Jezebellie #2 (as Wendy Cooke)
John T. Quern ... Robert the Doorman (as John Quern)

Kaitlyn Walker ... Emily

Robert Zemeckis ... Himself
Suzy Broad ... Student (uncredited)
Melissa Vinicor ... Jezebellie (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: Love Handles

3 November 1991
Parker learns the lesson that love really isn't blind. A girl he's connected with through the Santo Domingo on-line community seems to be the Yin to his Yang. When he asks the girl to the upcoming "Truth or Dare" dance it finally comes time to meet his dream girl. As can be imagined the dream turns to be a nightmare to Parker's reputation as the girl (Harriet Guzman) is a plus-sized girl and otherwise wouldn't stand a chance with someone like Parker. Parker comes to terms with his potential reputation suicide by taking the girl to the dance, or be uncool and drop Harriet to take Melinda (This episode's hottie) to the dance.

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Paul Johansson ... Nick Comstock

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso
Lesley Boone ... Harriet Guzman

Bobbie Phillips ... Melinda

Anne Cooper ... Harriet's Mom (as Anne Marie Gillis)
Suzy Broad ... Student (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: Boy Meets Girl

10 November 1991
This episode kicks off the Parker and Annie Sloan saga. While volunteering to help setup a dance for the school Parker meets the love of his life Annie Sloan. As with teen-aged love the two experience a puppy love and then things become a little rocky as each of them over complicate things. In a new to PLCL style this episode seems documentary as you see individual scenes of Annie or Parker discussing their feelings and worries for the future. The catalyst in this episode is the one and only Nick Comstock (the diner manager). Will his views help the couple or help destroy it?

Season 2, Episode 13: Raging Kube

24 November 1991
With a child-like mentality the almighty Kube doesn't back down from anything. Anything except his do-gooder girlfriend's request for Kubiac not to fight anymore. Seeing a chance the school's don "Donald 'the Don' Yemano" jumps to attention and takes over the school with an iron fist. As told as if it were a children's story the viewer watches everyone pushed into a corner waiting for the mighty Kubiac to help. Will Larry Kubiac come out of retirement and fight Donald or will this tale not end happily ever after?

Season 2, Episode 14: Tower of Power

15 December 1991
In High School Parker Lewis can overcome anything it would seem. That is before the wraith of the teacher from hell, "Mr. Tower". Mercilous Mr. Tower doesn't tolerate insubordination in his students and his students fear him. Parker finds himself stretched thin as he's occupied by Mr. Power, Annie, and his friends. Now that Parker is forced to study more than ever before he finds an unusual ally; Frank Lemmer. To avoid failing out of the class Frank and Parker have to band together to make it.

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Paul Johansson ... Nick Comstock

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso

Dave Thomas ... Lionel Tower
Jennifer Guthrie ... Annie Sloan
B.J. Barie ... Badge (as B.J. Barrie)

Lorna Scott ... Mrs. Hamilton
Anastacia C. Nemec ... Ms. Roth (as Anastasia Nemec)
Malaika ... Caroline

Anjul Nigam ... Anjul

Season 2, Episode 15: Obscene and Not Heard

22 December 1991
On one of his evil missions, Dr. Pankow decides to target Santo Domingo one CD at a time. With the advent of 'explicit lyric' labels Pankow sends one of his evil henchmen into Mondo Video to catch Mr. Lewis at selling such CD's to minors. This follows with Mr. Lewis fighting back against Pankow's scheme to undermine the first amendment. Parker garners a new respect for his father as Mr. Lewis risks everything to stand up for his rights...

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Timothy Stack ... Mr. Martin Lewis

Mary Ellen Trainor ... Mrs. Lewis
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Paul Johansson ... Nick Comstock

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso
Gregory Eugene Travis ... Remmel

Dennis Stewart ... Cellmate (as Dennis C. Stewart)
Ken Kerman ... Guard
Sylvia Webb White ... New Mother (as Sylvia Webb-White)
Saverio Persico ... Diner Patron #1
Gena Law ... Diner Patron #2
Tom Waldman ... Diner Patron #3

Gerrit Graham ... Dr. Norman Pankow
Andrew Zuckerberg ... Student (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Goodbye Mr. Rips

5 January 1992
Once in a while a teacher comes around that not only keeps the class interested and entertained, but is able to get through to the students. Mr. Rips is such a teacher as he is able to teach in a way that even Kubiac can learn a thing or two. Unfortunatly teachers' salaries aren't able to support teachers with growing families and Mr. Rips is forced to retire to pursue a higher paying job. The class along with Musso has to deal with the likely loss of one of the most respected teachers to grace the halls of Santo Domingo.

Season 2, Episode 17: Civil Wars

19 January 1992
In this spoof of Family Ties, Parker's mother decides to go back to school and continue her education. Parker's dad is dumbfounded by this and their marriage is at stake. At the same time, Jerry comes to live with them for a time.

Season 2, Episode 18: Glory Daze

9 February 1992
In High School often times there are legends from years past to which tales transcend through the generations. Ronnie Ray is probably the biggest legend in Santo Domingo's history and the legend returns to be honored. When Parker digs deeper into Ronnie Ray's High School career he unearths several disappointments and finds this hero still lives in the past. Parker sees first hand that sometimes legends should remain legends as reality is the ultimate buzz-kill.

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac

Timothy Stack ... Mr. Martin Lewis
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Paul Johansson ... Nick Comstock

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso

Harry Anderson ... Ronny Ray Rasmussen
Robert Greenberg ... Mr. Loopman

Billy Stevenson ... Pizza Man (as Bill Stevenson)
Suzy Broad ... Student (uncredited)
Allen Gregory ... Young Ronny Ray Rasmussen (uncredited)
Ray K. Morris ... Stevie (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: Boy Meets Girl II

16 February 1992
The second rocky episode in the story of Parker Lewis and Annie Sloan. As with the first part this episode focuses on Parker and Annie's relationship growing more serious. The two find each other's faults and have a hard time dealing with the new feelings that they are experiencing. Simotanously Grace Musso is trying (as usual) to find love in a rich doctor...

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Timothy Stack ... Mr. Martin Lewis

Mary Ellen Trainor ... Mrs. Lewis
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Paul Johansson ... Nick Comstock

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso
Jennifer Guthrie ... Annie Sloan
Mark J. Goodman ... Dr. Brendan Carroll (as Mark Jay Goodman)

Michael Weiner ... Sixties Jerry
Robert Cavanaugh ... Jury Foreman

Cassandra Peterson ... Elvira, Mistress of the Dark
Suzy Broad ... Student (uncredited)

Travis Dultz ... Tony (uncredited)

Sharlene Ruffino ... Classmate (uncredited)

Bryan Spicer ... Juror (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: Dance of Romance

1 March 1992
Principal Musso's sneaky sidekick is put in the spotlight as he finds a girl interesting. An interesting change-up in the Parker Lewis world Lemmer takes up a job working with Nick Comstock at the diner to pick up tips from the master. At the same time Nick has his eyes out for a girl.

Season 2, Episode 21: When Jerry Met Shelly

22 March 1992
Sometimes fate isn't disguised as an angel with a bow and arrow, but as a diner manager. Nick Comstock notices a lonely Jerry is going to sit it out another Friday night as Parker and Mikey double date with their girlfriends. Playing his hand at fate he gives Jerry a ticket to the show at the planetarium that evening. Jerry gets a surprise when it's not Nick who meets him at the planetarium that evening, but another single freshman...

Season 2, Episode 22: Geek Tragedy

12 April 1992
PLCL has focused on many of the 'communities' found in every High School, but until now hasn't focused much on the geek community from which Jerry was spawned. Parker and Mikey learn about the dark underworld of the geek and the terrible fate that afflicts geeks who fade from attention. Jerry decides to take take one of these geeks under his wing, but he has a hard time keeping this geek from fading to the underworld. Naturally it takes the whole group especially Jerry to find resolution is this dark installment.

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso
Chelsea Lee ... Terri

Christopher Neame ... The Warrior
Kristopher Logan ... Joe The Bartender
Sharyn Leavitt ... Customer #1
David Allyn ... Customer #2 (as David C. Allyn)

Gabrielle Carteris ... Herself

Shannen Doherty ... Herself

Jennie Garth ... Herself

Brian Austin Green ... Himself

Luke Perry ... Himself

Jason Priestley ... Himself

Tori Spelling ... Herself

Ian Ziering ... Himself

Kevin Gardner ... (uncredited)

Jolie Mitnick Salter ... Jezabell (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: Money Talks

26 April 1992
Mikey's always lived without routine and responsibility until Nick decided to lend him a hand. To help Mikey get the girl this time Nick hires Mikey to work in the diner. Mikey has to learn that sometimes responsibility comes with a price tag as he has to decide between his job and his time. Mikey does his normal self-destructive thing, but can he pull himself out of the latest hole he's dug for himself?

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Paul Johansson ... Nick Comstock

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso

Andrea Roth ... Carly Riordan

Mary Woronov ... Officer Gwen
F. Flip Dumont ... Gladys
Patrick Francis Flannery ... Customer
Michael D. Arenz ... Football Player (as Mike Arenz)
Asher Metchik ... Mikey at 5
Miles McBroome ... Mikey at 12

Brett Donowho ... Steve (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: Home Alone with Annie

3 May 1992
Parker just can't get a break as he finds out when he plans a quiet night alone with Annie (As his parents are out of town). As word gets out that Parker has the house to himself everyone at Santo Domingo wants a piece and a party quickly forms. Throughout the episode Parker is caught between time with Annie and the various troubles forming downstairs at the party. Parker quickly becomes overwhelmed as various subplots grow to drown out any possibility of anything developing between him and Annie.

Season 2, Episode 25: Diner '75

17 May 1992
Much of the main characters of Santo Domingo are trapped in the Atlas Diner and chaos ensues. Various panic attacks follow as the trapped people face certain doom one way or another. A bittersweet episode as it is entertaining and action packed, but by the end of it two characters disappear from the show.

Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis

Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall
Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)

Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac
Taj Johnson ... Frank Lemmer

Paul Johansson ... Nick Comstock

Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso
Jennifer Guthrie ... Annie Sloan
Mark J. Goodman ... Dr. Brendan Carroll (as Mark Jay Goodman)

Jim Jansen ... Reporter
Joseph Whipp ... Railroad Executive
Nikki Hornsby ... Folk Singer

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Flamingo Graffiti

16 July 1992
Summer has arrived and Parker is ready for it. With a new hair style he checks off step one of his 3-step plan towards maximum coolness... That is until his prank (step 2) winds up with the wrong person taking the blame for the crime. This is when the character Brad Penny is introduced as he takes the heat for the prank gone bad. Now Parker's Summer might not be as bright as he planned with the fear of Brad looming as he seeks vengeance.

Season 3, Episode 2: Cape Flamingo

23 July 1992
In a strange turn of events Brad Penny starts to treat Parker as a friend. Knowing there should be something lingering below the surface Parker falls back to his friends for support. Like a plague the once menacing Brad Penny is one step ahead and has befriended seemingly everybody in town. Now Parker faces the possibility that he's going crazy as everyone is under Brad's spell. For once Parker isn't the cool and collected guy from years past as paranoia haunts him throughout the episode.

Season 3, Episode 3: The Kiss

30 July 1992
Whenever Shelley can exploit weakness in Parker she does. Being an older, buff and bad boy, Brad Penny is also the sworn enemy of Parker Lewis. Consequently Shelley makes a goal of getting a kiss from him against Parker's wishes. As an added bonus Shelley knows Parker is rather powerless against Brad with his track record of 0-2 against him. Also in love news Coach Kohler steps up his game in attempts of winning the heart of Grace Musso. Either Valentine's Day come early this year or a few people are going to wind up crushed.

Season 3, Episode 4: Summer of '92

6 August 1992
Annie is out of town, so Parker must resist Mikey's idea to be with a pretty college girl until she's back. Michael Dorn (Worf on Star Trek) cameos as a skeptic who questions whether Jerry's replica of the U.S.S. Enterprise is exact.

Season 3, Episode 5: Love Is Hell

13 August 1992
Love is definitely in the air and everyone wants a piece. Musso's found a suave piano player, Mikey's found a good looker but has yet to talk to, and Kubiac thinks he found a match for Kohler. Things aren't what they seem though as everyone who's found love learns the moral of the episode, "Love is Hell".

Season 3, Episode 6: Jerry's Journey

20 August 1992
Whenever girls are involved with the buds it's either with Parker or with Mikey. Now when both guys are going on a double date Jerry is completely left behind. Wanting to break out and do something different before the Summer is over, Jerry bumps into Brad Penny and his group. Jerry proceeds to experience life from a different vantage point in Brad's group instead of with Mikey and Parker. Now Jerry gets to see what being a bad boy is all about.

Season 3, Episode 7: Beauty and the Kube

6 September 1992
Annie sees something in Kube that no one else has seen before. She notices that the gentle giant is really good with kids and even goes so far as to have him help her with watching over the daycare kids. Parker watches his Annie time get gobbled up with busy schedules until Larry is spending more time with Annie than he is. Parker grows paranoid and Larry starts to think maybe he'd be a better match with Annie than Parker.

Season 3, Episode 8: Hungry Heart

13 September 1992
In the diner things start slipping a little bit when Kohler finds love and Kohler has his uptight friend managing the diner. Now Mikey is on edge with the no-holds manager who runs things by the book. At the same time Parker has to intervene when Hank jumps into marrying the girl he's nearly just met. All the while Grace seeks a chance to finally be rid herself of Hank by making sure Hank and Carol's marriage goes off without a hitch.

Season 3, Episode 9: Lewis and Son

20 September 1992
The very real threat to small business owners is whenever a mega-corporation takes up shop and shuts their competition down. Mondo Video's existence is potentially in ruin as "Powder Keg Video" has opened up one of their franchises in Santo Domingo. Mr. Lewis finds that no matter what he does Powder Keg is slowly running him out of business. Mr. Lewis is posed with option of shutting down Mondo Video and managing the new Powder Keg Video, but can he swallow his pride and work as a corporate slave?

Season 3, Episode 10: Kohler Buys the Diner

27 September 1992
The back-story of Coach Kohler has until now been somewhat of a mystery. Out of the blue Hank's dad appears and gives Hank his share of inheritance from his mother's death. Kohler is his own worst enemy and as his dad anticipated spends the money in the blink of an eye as he buys Atlas Diner. Knowing nothing about running a restaurant he may have bitten off more than he can chew (no pun intended) as he runs the restaurant into the ground. The only person that can get through to him is his mother and seeing as it's her estate that allowed Hank to buy the restaurant it looks like he's doomed. It looks like Hank's belittling father was right and Hank is about to lose it all.

Season 3, Episode 11: Parker's Got a Brand New Car

21 March 1993
Parker's at the age when he deals with the responsibility of purchasing his first car. Against his dad's wishes for a safe and reliable Volvo, Parker decides on a convertible sports car instead. Parker's dad feels as if he's losing his son as he grows older and more independent, and this decision weighs heavily on both of them.

Season 3, Episode 12: An Unmarried Musso

28 March 1993
The constant search Grace Musso has been on to find her significant other might have come to an end. Parker's Uncle Bill is single and has come across Ms. Musso and has found love. Though finding Ms. Musso love with Bill entails special treatment from Musso the threat of Grace becoming their aunt is a hard pill to swallow. Parker and Shelley need to decide whether they should intervene and break the two up or ride the wave of fringe benefits.

Season 3, Episode 13: Educating Brad

4 April 1993
Brad Penny joins the same class that Parker's in to impress a girl he likes. Soon, Brad draws all of the attention away from Parker, who becomes jealous. Kohler hires Jerry to work at his diner.

Season 3, Episode 14: The Love Bug

11 April 1993
Annie starts avoiding Parker. Fearing this is a lead up to her breaking up with him, he asks his mom for relationship advice.

Season 3, Episode 15: Write or Die

18 April 1993
Mikey's about to flunk Creative Writing, so his friends pitch in with story ideas for his assignment including plot outlines from season 1 and 2 episodes of this show, a Beverly Hills 90210 parody and a tribute to Stephen J. Cannell.

Season 3, Episode 16: The Bitch Is Back

25 April 1993
Mikey has a new girlfriend. It turns out it's the same girl who once broke Parker's heart. Jerry helps Kohler make a commercial for the diner, but Kohler hates all of Jerry's ideas.

Season 3, Episode 17: Musso: A Wedding

2 May 1993
Grace meets her old rich flame, who's been through a divorce. They hook up again and soon get married. Then he suddenly dies.

Season 3, Episode 18: A Night to Remember

9 May 1993
In this spoof of Carrie set on the junior prom night, Parker must keep an eye on his little sister during the prom, but he fails.

Season 3, Episode 19: Boys Night In

23 May 1993
Parker and Mikey want to help Jerry become a man, so they take him to a strip club. The two are taken away in a police raid and Jerry is left there alone. Grace is afraid of spiders and asks Kohler for help.

Season 3, Episode 20: Senior Jerry

30 May 1993
Jerry was always at the top of his class receiving A+ on each and every test, so he gets to skip a year and join a senior class. However, he then gets a B+ and has a nervous breakdown. Meanwhile, Grace dreams about the Scarlet Letter.

Season 3, Episode 21: The Rocky Kohler Picture Show

6 June 1993
Kube and Kohler's friendship becomes rocky, when a movie night goes wrong and Kohler realizes that Kube is having trouble with his own peers because of him. Meanwhile, Jerry tries to teach Grace how to use a computer.

Season 3, Episode 22: The Last Supper

13 June 1993
A bottle episode and clip show. The Atlas Diner is closing down, so all of the show's regulars are there to mark this end of an era. Each of them play their favorite (stock) tune on the diner's jukebox and reminisce.

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