Malcolm in the Middle: Season 3, Episode 2

Emancipation (14 Nov. 2001)

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Being fed up with military school, Francis gets himself legally emancipated so he can go north to Alaska with his friend Eric and become a logger. This does not sit well at all with the family.

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Being fed up with military school, Francis gets himself legally emancipated so he can go north to Alaska with his friend Eric and become a logger. This does not sit well at all with the family.

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Mr Herkabe ranks the students and Malcolm is ranked #1. To differentiate Malcolm from the other kids, he tells him that he is "1 raised to the power of 11". As a teacher, Mr Herkabe should have known that 1 raised to any power is still 1. (Then again, he may be perfectly aware of this and just be trying to irritate Malcolm.) See more »

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Dewey: Someday, when you come back, and you're unemployed and have no place to live: you can come stay at my castle.
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Pump It Up
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Written and Performed by Elvis Costello
(Played when Malcolm competes with his fellow students)
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