Reese takes on an impossible task in order to be allowed to stay up and watch an evil puppet, while Malcolm, finding his sleepover at Stevie's a little...safe, introduces Stevie to trouble.... See full summary »

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Reese takes on an impossible task in order to be allowed to stay up and watch an evil puppet, while Malcolm, finding his sleepover at Stevie's a little...safe, introduces Stevie to trouble. Hal and Lois take advantage of the boys' busy evening. Meanwhile Francis, chosen as a victim by a secret cabal of tormentors, teaches them a thing or two about torture. Written by John Bradshaw

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20 February 2000 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The word Poquito Cabeza the military students keep using with the doll head means "small head" in Spanish. See more »

Goofs

When the family is taking a picture, right after Hal changes the background from lonely beach to the trees background, you can see a shot where Dewey still is sitting at the lonely beach background. See more »

Quotes

Francis: [finds cadet Finley hiding] Finley, what are you doing in the cupboard?
Finley: Poquito Cabeza!
Francis: Get out of there, man.
Finley: I can't. I've been marked by the Brothers of the Apocalypse! Poquito Cabeza!
Francis: Brothers of the Apocalypse? It's ridiculous. It's five seniors with limited imaginations.
Finley: Oh, yeah, that's easy for you to say. You've got Stanley protecting you, and you're not holding Poquito Cabeza.
Francis: Would you stop saying "Poquito Cabeza"?
Finley: I can't. And I'm not coming out! Oh, could you turn in my math ...
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References Child's Play (1988) See more »

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Just My Imagination (Running Away with Me)
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Written by Barrett Strong and Norman Whitfield
Performed by The Temptations
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