The announcement of the Queen and King of the Junior Prom is surprising and scandalous at the same time. On his own Jerry is responsible for the outcome of Larry Kubiac winning. Now that ... See full summary »

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The announcement of the Queen and King of the Junior Prom is surprising and scandalous at the same time. On his own Jerry is responsible for the outcome of Larry Kubiac winning. Now that the whole thing has gone to Kubiac's head coming out with the truth proves to be hard and potentially painful for Jerry. In the end Kubiac takes the news poorly and winds up dropping out of school due to the ensuing embarrassment. It'll take Parker and the rest of the school to undo the damage and get Kubiac back. Written by Anonymous

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Puppy Love
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Written by Paul Anka
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If Santo Domingo had a king, it'd be King Kubiac
28 June 2007 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

Parker seems to be a force whenever he spearheads a prank. Behind his back Jerry decides to give a go at pranks and gets Kubiac voted in as Junior Prom King. Although a funny prank it makes Larry look like a joke and in turn Jerry looks foolish. Throughout the undertone about Musso's prom date with Ronnie Ray comes up. It's nice when series have running themes as the Ronnie Ray theme reoccurs along with the episode, "Glory Daze" where Ronnie Ray comes back to town. That and the guest appearances are always funny with Donnie Osmond making one in this episode. In the end Jerry feels that since he caused the problems with Kubiac he had to fix them. The episode ends tying up loose ends and has laughs to boot.


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