Parker Lewis Can't Lose: Season 2, Episode 23

Money Talks (26 Apr. 1992)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy
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Mikey's always lived without routine and responsibility until Nick decided to lend him a hand. To help Mikey get the girl this time Nick hires Mikey to work in the diner. Mikey has to learn... 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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Michael D. Arenz ...
Football Player (as Mike Arenz)
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Steve
F. Flip Dumont ...
Gladys
Patrick Francis Flannery ...
Customer
Miles McBroome ...
Mikey at 12
Asher Metchik ...
Mikey at 5
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Carly
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Mikey's always lived without routine and responsibility until Nick decided to lend him a hand. To help Mikey get the girl this time Nick hires Mikey to work in the diner. Mikey has to learn that sometimes responsibility comes with a price tag as he has to decide between his job and his time. Mikey does his normal self-destructive thing, but can he pull himself out of the latest hole he's dug for himself? Written by Anonymous

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Parker Lewis: [Parker to Mikey] "It's all about choices. You don't have to choose to screw things up so you can keep feeling miserable. Right now, just the way you are, you belong."
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Mikey travels down the only path he knows... The path towards self destruction
23 June 2007 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

Mikey's after a girl... Again. In this episode he's finally run against the problem of money (maybe that's why he passes from girl to girl, they figure out that he's broke). Mikey gets a hand from Nick at the diner as he is hired to help in the restaurant and receive a steady paycheck for once. Mikey's not accustomed to the working world and is forced to adjust to life as a working man. Mikey naturally goes ballistic at the first sign of trouble and burns everyone that tries to help him. Too bad Parker Lewis is such a 'good guy' as he sticks through and helps Mikey through thick and thin. Most anyone else would've dropped Mikey the 10th or 11th time he treated them like dirt over nothing, but not Parker. I'll try to avoid too much bias and sum up with this not being one of the better episodes in this viewer's opinion.


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