Parker Lewis Can't Lose: Season 1, Episode 22

Against the Norm (7 Apr. 1991)

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After the last confrontation between Grace Musso and Dr. Pankow, Pankow was left in shambles. Now Pankow is back begging Grace for a job at Santo Domingo. Parker knows better than to trust ... See full summary »

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Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
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Frank Lemmer
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After the last confrontation between Grace Musso and Dr. Pankow, Pankow was left in shambles. Now Pankow is back begging Grace for a job at Santo Domingo. Parker knows better than to trust Pankow and is out to get to the bottom of his plan this time around. In a game of cat and mouse Pankow, Musso, and Parker Lewis are each out to win. With twists and turns all around this episode keeps you guessing who will come out on top. Written by Anonymous

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An episode with more twists and turns than a roller coaster
28 June 2007 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

Dr. Pankow episodes are always ripe with deception and plot twists. Of all of them this one takes the cake in terms of suspense. It's hard to tell what everyone is up to until everything finally wraps up in the end. Alliances are drawn and even those are hard to distinguish. Parker owns this episode with regards to his planning over everyone else. Even Shelley gets involved although her involvement is seriously questionable. With video and audio tape surveillance among other forms of technology the spy vs. spy theme is genius. You know from the get go that there's no way that Dr. Pankow could win out in the scheme of Parker Lewis, but you're kept on your toes regardless.


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