The second rocky episode in the story of Parker Lewis and Annie Sloan. As with the first part this episode focuses on Parker and Annie's relationship growing more serious. The two find each... See full summary »

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Troy W. Slaten ...
Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)
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Mrs. Lewis
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Frank Lemmer
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Annie Sloan
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Jury Foreman
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The second rocky episode in the story of Parker Lewis and Annie Sloan. As with the first part this episode focuses on Parker and Annie's relationship growing more serious. The two find each other's faults and have a hard time dealing with the new feelings that they are experiencing. Simotanously Grace Musso is trying (as usual) to find love in a rich doctor... Written by Anonymous

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There's a comment in which Principal Musso threatens to make the guys sit through an Eerie, Indiana (1991) marathon. 'Bryan Spicer' (who directed this episode and produced it among many others) had directed 2 episodes of the short run series which aired the same years PLCL did. See more »

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That's What Love Is All About
Written by Michael Bolton and Eric Kaz (uncredited)
Performed by Kenny Wild
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Love + Parker Lewis = ???
18 June 2007 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

This is the second (and thankfully last) of the "Boy Meets Girl" episodes. If you read my tangent on the first one you'd know I wasn't fond of it. This episode isn't just another episode like the first, but it's like they made ONE long episode and cut it in half (Hence 2 episodes). I'm not going to just rant this entire times about how 'bad' the episode it is or how cheesy I think the character Annie is. I'll just keep it short and recommend that if you have hours left to live and have to choose a handful of PLCL episodes to watch I personally would skip these :) On a bright side there is a funny segment where the video that Jerry produced for Musso is shown. Musso's love interest is played by Mark J. Goodman (former MTV VJ). The video, "Flamingo Vision" plays the song from the show he hosted on MTV and has an appearance BY Mark on the video acting like a VJ. Leave it to PLCL to not only have killer guest appearances, but to also include funny segments allowing the respective entertainers to poke fun of their selves ;)


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