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Hey, Leo! Look, Leo... There's a pigeon on your car! Hey, Leo! Look, Leo... There's a pigeon on your car! Well, you can't go far with a bird on your car. Everybody knows that's true. Hey, Leo! Look, Leo... whadya think you're gonna do?
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I loved this show, especially the chemistry of Joey Lawrence and Liz Vassey. It stars 3 Lawrence brothers that are all very funny. The whole cast of this show is great. This show should of gotten a better chance of being on longer. Michael McShane(Lloyd) is very funny as one of the mechanics. The show showed family values and comedy. It was so good that I even watch it on the Disney Channel. I taped every episode. You have to love the Lawrence brothers. I really like Liz Vassey. She is a great actress as well as easy on the eye. Watch the show if you have time, you won't be disappointed!!!!!
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