In the diner things start slipping a little bit when Kohler finds love and Kohler has his uptight friend managing the diner. Now Mikey is on edge with the no-holds manager who runs things ... See full summary »

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Troy W. Slaten ...
Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)
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Annie Sloan
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In the diner things start slipping a little bit when Kohler finds love and Kohler has his uptight friend managing the diner. Now Mikey is on edge with the no-holds manager who runs things by the book. At the same time Parker has to intervene when Hank jumps into marrying the girl he's nearly just met. All the while Grace seeks a chance to finally be rid herself of Hank by making sure Hank and Carol's marriage goes off without a hitch. Written by Anonymous

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13 September 1992 (USA)  »

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Hank finally finds love and Grace is off the hook...
29 June 2007 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

I miss Nick as the manager of the diner as he was mysterious and wise. It seems since Hank's been in charge the status of the diner is dependent on Hank's emotions at the time. As soon as Hank gets a girl that shows the slightest bit of interest in him and WHAM he disregards the diner. The whole bit with Mikey dealing with a seemingly evil boss is funny and realistic though. Another funny touch on this episode is the use of "Unchained Melody" whenever Hank and Carol are about to have a moment. As normal though Annie does her job of ordering Parker around and trying to make the world a better place. If they never bothered with Annie or Hank and kept the character Nick and Frank Lemmer instead in the show things would've been loads better. Oh well not much one can do I suppose.


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