Sheba & Laverne are still in prison,mistaken for 'Smith & Jones' The good news? Lenny & Squiggy visit there and spot Laverne. She sends them back in a hurry to get help from Frank and his army buddy judge,to save them before it's too late.

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Sheba & Laverne are still in prison,mistaken for 'Smith & Jones' The good news? Lenny & Squiggy visit there and spot Laverne. She sends them back in a hurry to get help from Frank and his army buddy judge,to save them before it's too late.

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Unfunny, far-fetched, and truly embarrassing
17 July 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The audience is suppose to believe that Laverne & Sheba (!) wind up on death row, because of mistaken identity. The basis of the error arises from the girls giving aliases of Smith and Jones--the same surnames as the condemned. Nobody bothers to check if the matron extradited the correct inmates.

The situation worsens, by becoming a musical. Laverne and the ladies of death row belt out, "I'm Going to a Place Where I Can Sit Down."

The poor quality probably indicates drug and alcohol use behind the scenes. That's the only possible explanation. All attempts at credibility and cohesion with the original concept had disappeared.


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