After Reese is severely humiliated by four girls at school, Lois exacts revenge on them; and Hal builds a pitching machine while hiding out from Lois in the garage.

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After Reese is severely humiliated by four girls at school, Lois exacts revenge on them; and Hal builds a pitching machine while hiding out from Lois in the garage.

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19 March 2006 (USA)  »

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Dewey is bathing Reese. The suds on Reese's chest and collar bones change between shots. See more »

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Diane: Moppet? Baby? NOOOOO!
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Lois goes psycho when avenging the honor of her son, Reese from some mean spirited girls.
5 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Malcolm in the middle is one of my favorite TV shows of all-time. I love how unique and different it is from other shows. It's both real and surreal at the same time. I love this episode because it's the perfect random episode you can use to show someone what the show is about. This might be episode 16 in the show's last season but it has a simple plot, unlike most of the show's episodes but also shows how they're a different family from most family shows. I love how this perfectly shows how the dad, Hal lives in his own world and would rather stay out of the way and let Lois handle the problem. I love how this also shows that Lois is no ordinary mother. She's capable of going psycho to protect her son. It also shows how Malcolm is the voice of reason in the family that nobody listens too. I love Lois in this, I think she's the best TV mom. She might be a little psycho but always comes from a loving place. I know what Lois did was wrong but a part of me loves to see a mom that goes so far to protect her son. And what makes this show different from other shows is at the part when Lois realizes that she has gone to a dark place and doesn't want her sons to be like her, that's the moment when Reese wakes up and they decide to continue their streak of vengeance together and even tie up Malcolm so he won't get in the way. Sometimes we all need a mom like Lois.


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