Parker Lewis Can't Lose: Season 2, Episode 20

Dance of Romance (1 Mar. 1992)

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Principal Musso's sneaky sidekick is put in the spotlight as he finds a girl interesting. An interesting change-up in the Parker Lewis world Lemmer takes up a job working with Nick Comstock... See full summary »

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Troy W. Slaten ...
Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)
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Taj Johnson ...
Frank Lemmer
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Dancer
Kevin Crawford ...
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Jennifer Guthrie ...
Annie Sloan
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Lucinda
O'Hara Parker ...
Dixie Belle
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Rebecca (as Debra Sandlund)
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Principal Musso's sneaky sidekick is put in the spotlight as he finds a girl interesting. An interesting change-up in the Parker Lewis world Lemmer takes up a job working with Nick Comstock at the diner to pick up tips from the master. At the same time Nick has his eyes out for a girl. Written by Anonymous

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References A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) See more »

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Heartburn of Love
Music by Dennis McCarthy
Lyrics by David Steven Cohen and Roger S.H. Schulman
Performed by Corin Nemec (uncredited)
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Lemmer, Love &... Lemmer and LOVE?
18 June 2007 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

This episode was quite the surprise as it focused largely on Frank Lemmer trying to pick up a girl. So much so he started working at the diner to try and get help with his dilemma from the master of love (Nick Comstock). Strangely the tables turn a bit as Frank begins to have better luck with the girls than Nick does. This episode overall was a nice change up when compared to some of the episodes that only seem to work with the same themes (ie. the episodes where Mikey finds the ideal girl, or Kubiac has some big problem that only Parker can help him with, or Shelley tries to recreate her image, etc.). I can't think of too many episodes that focus this much on Frank and deal with him trying to pick up a girl. That and I liked the character of Nick as he always brought perspective to things. When he vanished in Season 3 (Along with Frank Lemmer come to think of it) it was as if a main character just left.


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