When his parents fight over a new bed, Dewey writes an opera based on their arguments; Malcolm gets into "street luging" and becomes obsessed with beating a cocky rival, unaware the ... See full summary »

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When his parents fight over a new bed, Dewey writes an opera based on their arguments; Malcolm gets into "street luging" and becomes obsessed with beating a cocky rival, unaware the talented competitor is Stevie; and Jamie has his first crush... on a baby he sees through the window. Written by Anonymous

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20 February 2005 (USA)  »

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When Malcolm is passed by the cocky luger, he casts a shadow to his right then there is no direct sunlight (the sky is overcast) then as he heads for the drain, he casts a shadow to his left (overhead shot). Then there is no direct sunshine/shadows. When Malcolm walks to the cocky Luger there is bright sunshine again. See more »

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Dewey: [to Hal, in the kitchen] I'm here to snitch. Reese and Malcolm are in the garage. They won't let me in, but they're building something. If you want help in the penalty phase, let me know.
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Dewey's Opera
7 June 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Malcolm in the Middle has always been an amazingly produced TV show. It's one of those rare programs in which all the principle actors are perfect for their parts, the story line speaks to the middle class, they are inclusive of all races and minorities and the music and special effects are perfectly suited for the episode.

There are more speaking parts with extras, more locations, more situations, more tricks than any comedy program I've ever seen on television. In "Dewey's Opera," they reached a new high. With a multifaceted and clever story, a terrific opera sequence, excellent action scenes, old fashion visual comedy,funny characters and a cute ending--it is truly a television comedy masterpiece.


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