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Lisa's skittish Uncle Fedor uses the Douglas' home to hide out--mostly under the bed and sofa. He claims he's on the run from the Secret Police who want him for a valuable formula he's smuggling out of Hungary. When a man with a scar shows up in Hooterville asking questions, his wild tale starts to seem believable. Skeptical Oliver contends the whole story is phony and Fedor's just a relative who's come to mooch off of them for a while. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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Lisa explains that Fedor is not really her uncle. He's her father's cousin on the other side of her mother. He rented a room from them at the palace. See more »

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Lisa opens her letter and is holding letter and envelope together while she reads it but when she goes in to wake Oliver and tell him the news she no longer has the envelope. See more »

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Lisa Douglas: [in bed with sleeping Oliver] Oliver, you want to wake up and watch the names?
[Executive Producer credit appears on screen]
Lisa Douglas: Oliver! You missed the Executive Producer.
Oliver Wendell Douglas: The Exec - Lisa, please.
[Writers credit appears, Lisa nudges Oliver]
Oliver Wendell Douglas: What?
Lisa Douglas: You blew the "Written By's," too!
Oliver Wendell Douglas: Oh, will you please let me sleep?
[Director credit appears, nudges Oliver]
Oliver Wendell Douglas: What now?
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Spoofs Mission: Impossible (1966) See more »

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Uncle Leo but not Arnold
22 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This isn't my favorite episode, but it does have Len Lesser and Leo Fuchs, two familiar faces from many programs. Len Lesser played Uncle Leo on Seinfeld. Leo Fuchs is a good character actor.

On the other hand, it doesn't have Arnold the Pig. Oh, well.

Fuchs plays Uncle Fedor, who is running from the secret police. Fuchs plays a man with a scar who is asking questions about Uncle Fedor.

Oliver has a nice scene. Anytime he gets near the refrigerator or back door, he tends to get injured. In this episode, it happens again, but in a different fashion than usual.

Overall, it's okay, but nothing special.


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