Peter meets a new transfer student named Arthur Owens, who looks remarkably similar to him except that Arthur wears glasses. Peter convinces Arthur to pretend to be him to play a gag on his family. Beyond some differences in tastes and interests, no one could tell that Arthur wasn't Peter. But what Arthur as Peter agrees to is keeping Mr. Phillips' visiting niece Pamela company on Friday night at the house. What Arthur is unaware of is that Peter already has a date on Friday to a costume party with Michelle, a girl in his class who he's been trying to date all year. So when Peter finds out about his date with Pamela, Mike won't let him back out of it. Peter figures that since Arthur agreed to the date with Pamela, he should be the one to keep the date, again pretending to be Peter. Problems arise for Peter when Friday night rolls around as Arthur is delayed and both Pamela and Michelle show up at the house, which means that Peter has to do a juggling act with the two girls in the same... Written by
Did You Know?
The title comes from the common expression: Just like two peas in a pod. See more
When Bobby and Cindy are playing checkers, Oliver is shown wearing a Cal. State Northridge t-shirt. But just before Arthur comes in, the words on his t-shirt are shown covered up with tape which matches the stripes on the sleeves. See more
William Tell Overture
Composed by Gioachino Rossini See more