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Who's the Boss: Part 2 

Mr. James tells Dave and Lisa to run for the position of boss, even though they both don't want to be the boss.

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Dave and Lisa tell Mr. James they both don't want to be the boss, but Mr. James tells them to run for the position of the boss anyway in order not to create commotion among the staff. And so, a campaign with debate, after which the staff can vote, follows. Matthew runs for the position of office fire marshal and, despite the fact he has no opponent, wants to campaign and debate as well. Meanwhile, Joe's brothers are visiting because of the preparations of their parents' wedding anniversary. However, they scuffle more than they talk. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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3 February 1998 (USA)  »

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Two of Joe's brothers - Jack and Russ - are played by actors who now appear on the same show: TruTV's Smoking Gun Presents World's Dumbest. Bryan Callen and Nick DiPaolo are both regular commentators. See more »

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The character Al is called Sal in the show. See more »

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Russ: I have a follow-up question.
Joe Garrelli: Dude, don't embarrass me.
Russ: This one's also for the girl. What is your stand on my brother being a total wuss?
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References Who's the Boss? (1984) See more »

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Arrested development
28 April 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

'Who's the Boss Part 2' wraps p a two-parter in, well really the only was possibly: by turning a democracy on its head. The job of news director is up for an office vote, neither Dave nor Lisa want the job, and both set out to sabotage their chances of winning. At the same time, Joe has a family reunion when his brothers show up, leading to nothing but testosterone and wrestling. Seriously, it's like a tornado of fists rolling through the newsroom.

Obviously, the election goes completely sideways (as expected), and between that and the Fabulous Fighting Garelli Brothers, this is all sorts of childish fun.

8/10


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