Parker just can't get a break as he finds out when he plans a quiet night alone with Annie (As his parents are out of town). As word gets out that Parker has the house to himself everyone ... See full summary »

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Troy W. Slaten ...
Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)
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Mrs. Lewis
Jennifer Guthrie ...
Annie Sloan
B.J. Barie ...
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Martha Quinn ...
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Parker just can't get a break as he finds out when he plans a quiet night alone with Annie (As his parents are out of town). As word gets out that Parker has the house to himself everyone at Santo Domingo wants a piece and a party quickly forms. Throughout the episode Parker is caught between time with Annie and the various troubles forming downstairs at the party. Parker quickly becomes overwhelmed as various subplots grow to drown out any possibility of anything developing between him and Annie. Written by Anonymous

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The mobster/interior decorator Joey Pants steals all of Parker's furniture and belongings while Parker is away. This is a reference to the movie Risky Business (1983), wherein Guido did this same thing to Joel (Tom Cruise). Guido was played by Joe Pantoliano, whose nickname is "Joey Pants". See more »

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Features The Bullwinkle Show (1960) See more »

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The Bullwinkle Show Theme
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Composed by Fred Steiner
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An evening alone with Parker, Annie, and everyone else at Santo Domingo
23 June 2007 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

This episode's a trip as you watch the world pile up on Parker. Right from the get-go you know the evening Parker's planned 'alone' with Annie is going to be a disaster. Naturally Mikey's lack of thinking has put Parker into a jam as Parker's house turns into a party zone. Everyone of the main characters that shows up to the party brings problems of their own to the table. The whole time Parker tries to put the problems aside to focus on Annie. Naturally as things grow more confusing the outcome becomes less and less predictable. Brilliant overall I kept entertained the whole way through and the ending caps it perfectly. Coolness indeed!


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