Annie sees something in Kube that no one else has seen before. She notices that the gentle giant is really good with kids and even goes so far as to have him help her with watching over the... See full summary »

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Troy W. Slaten ...
Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)
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Jennifer Guthrie ...
Annie Sloan
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B.J. Barie ...
Badge
Michael Nunes ...
Stanley (as Michael John Nunes)
Rickey D'Shon Collins ...
Kevin
Drew Joseph Rowe ...
Kube Jr. (as Drew Rowe)
Joey Amic-Angelo ...
Jerry-Like Kid
Sam Gifaldi ...
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Annie sees something in Kube that no one else has seen before. She notices that the gentle giant is really good with kids and even goes so far as to have him help her with watching over the daycare kids. Parker watches his Annie time get gobbled up with busy schedules until Larry is spending more time with Annie than he is. Parker grows paranoid and Larry starts to think maybe he'd be a better match with Annie than Parker. Written by Anonymous

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6 September 1992 (USA)  »

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A love triangle between Parker, Annie, and... Kubiac?
16 June 2007 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

Finally the series goes back to school although it could have gone to the moon and no one would've noticed (the school is just a backdrop and isn't really part of any of season 3's stories). SO any-who this episode tackles (no pun intended) Kubiac and explores an idea that only showed up in the pilot episode of the show. That concept is the one that Kubiac is big and not incredibly bright, but his child-like behavior makes him a hero to kids. As with any endeavor that involves saving the world Annie (Parker's girlfriend) wants to involve Larry Kubiac in her daycare responsibilities. Kubiac is a natural at it and starts cutting into Parker's time with Annie along with making him paranoid. There's some funny "Beauty and the Beast" themed dream-sequenced in this episode involving Kube as the Beast, Annie as the Beauty along with Mikey and Jerry as the tea pot and tea cup :) Overall this episode wasn't all that bad.


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