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"Parker Lewis Can't Lose" Cape Flamingo (1992)

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Clyde Phillips (created by) &
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Original Air Date:
23 July 1992 (Season 3, Episode 2)
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In a strange turn of events Brad Penny starts to treat Parker as a friend. Knowing there should be something... See more » | Add synopsis »
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The saga of Brad Penny continues. See more (1 total) »

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Rob Bowman 
 
Writing credits
Clyde Phillips (created by) &
Lon Diamond (created by)

Lon Diamond  writer
Clyde Phillips  writer

Produced by
David Steven Cohen .... co-executive producer (as David Cohen)
Alan Cross .... producer
Lon Diamond .... co-executive producer
Robert Lloyd Lewis .... co-executive producer
Clyde Phillips .... executive producer
Roger S.H. Schulman .... co-executive producer
Larry Shaw .... producer
Tom Spezialy .... co-executive producer
Tom Spezialy .... producer
 
Original Music by
Dennis McCarthy 
 
Cinematography by
Paul Maibaum 
 
Art Department
Thomas Lauifi .... propmaker
 
Sound Department
Tim Chilton .... foley artist
Michael Stone .... sound mixer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Linda Brown .... assistant camera
Earl C. Williman .... gaffer (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Josh Stolberg .... production assistant
 
Series Cast
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Paul Johansson ... Nick Comstock

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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Lon Diamond  created by
Clyde Phillips  creator
David Silverman 
Stephen Sustarsic 

Film Editing by
Stuart Bass 
Alan Chudnow 
 
Casting by
Marc Hirschfeld (1989-1992)
Michael A. Katcher (1989-1992)
Meg Liberman (1989-1992)
 
Production Management
Robert M. Rolsky .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ricardo Méndez Matta .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Jim Dultz .... assistant art director
 
Sound Department
Marti D. Humphrey .... sound re-recording mixer
Albert Ibbotson .... sound effects editor
Mark L. Mangino .... dialogue editor
Timothy Pearson .... foley artist
Bob Redpath .... supervising sound editor
Otis Van Osten .... sound effects editor
 
Stunts
Mike Gunther .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Paul C. Babin .... camera operator
Edward S. Marks .... theatrical lighting designer
Scott C. Williman .... electrician
 
Transportation Department
Bill Cresant .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Nancy E. Barr .... production coordinator (1990)
Marilyn Belknap .... assistant to producer
Kim Hedland .... production accountant
Guy Killum .... adr voice
Harry Lu .... armorer
Marybeth Martin-Eck .... production accountant
 
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The saga of Brad Penny continues., 16 June 2007
Author: vex86bird from San Diego, CA

Basically a part II to the season opener of PLCL this episode continues the threat of Brad Penny theme. As with the title "Cape Flamingo" this episode is a "Cape Fear" style episode. Instead of an episode consisting of Parker Lewis being pummeled at every turn Brad Penny instead is incredibly nice to Parker. The more Parker worries for his life the more Brad also absorbs Parker's friends. Paranoia consumes Parker as he's sure there is an alterer motive to Brad, but everyone else only sees the nice new guy Brad appears to be. From the beginning the crew is planning Parker's birthday party at Mikey's new place where the Brad story is bound to culminate. Is Parker's paranoia real or has Brad turned a new leaf and reformed his ways? Without ruining the episode I'll leave it at that. The episode seems a little long and drawn out plus it's another episode where Parker isn't in control thus killing his character's edge.

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