Parker Lewis Can't Lose: Season 3, Episode 10

Kohler Buys the Diner (27 Sep. 1992)

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The back-story of Coach Kohler has until now been somewhat of a mystery. Out of the blue Hank's dad appears and gives Hank his share of inheritance from his mother's death. Kohler is his ... See full summary »

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Mary Ellen Trainor ...
Mrs. Lewis
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The back-story of Coach Kohler has until now been somewhat of a mystery. Out of the blue Hank's dad appears and gives Hank his share of inheritance from his mother's death. Kohler is his own worst enemy and as his dad anticipated spends the money in the blink of an eye as he buys Atlas Diner. Knowing nothing about running a restaurant he may have bitten off more than he can chew (no pun intended) as he runs the restaurant into the ground. The only person that can get through to him is his mother and seeing as it's her estate that allowed Hank to buy the restaurant it looks like he's doomed. It looks like Hank's belittling father was right and Hank is about to lose it all. Written by Anonymous

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Kohler buys the diner and gets a lot more than he bargained for
30 June 2007 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

Hank tends to just bumble through life without making too much of himself. Not the sharpest knife in the cutting block he doesn't think things through. When his dad is forced to give Hank his share of inheritance from his mother's death he predicts that Hank will squander the money. Sure enough Hank doesn't think more than 20 minutes ahead in his future and drops the money into buying the Atlas Diner. Hank can be annoying so when he's the focus of an entire episode stupidity ensues. With his child-like nature in full swing he talks baby talk to everyone in the diner during the downswing of the episode. Towards the end of the episode when the staff of the Atlas Diner abandons Hank I was about ready to abandon the episode. So to sum up, not one of my favorites ;)


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