The family's new public relations director gives them each a task while Michael tries to get his son in the prestigious Milford Academy. Buster, a graduate, is to be neither seen nor heard. Tobias heads to Boston to get his medical license back, only to meet Carl Weathers on the way there, and GOB makes the academy's founder disappear. Written by
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Publicist Jessie negatively refers to George Michael as "Opie", a reference to a character on The Andy Griffith Show
(1960) prompting the narrator to say "Jessie had gone too far, and had best watch her mouth." The uncredited narrator is executive producer 'Ron Howard', who, as a young boy, played Opie on "The Andy Griffith Show." See more
[reading a script with terrible acting
"I don't know what you heard about me, but I'm a different kind of cop. I'm from the streets, and I'm the last cop you'll ever want to mess with in a darkened al - dark alley
[drops the act
Oh, you know, maybe my wife is right. I'm not cut out to be a DeNiro, or a Regis, or a Pinkett-Smith. I shou...
Whoa, whoa, whoa, Tobias, listen to me. Dreams are worth fighting for. Now, are you gonna be an actor, or are you gonna be a doctor?
You're right, Carl ...
References The Andy Griffith Show
Composed by David Schwartz
(opening theme) See more