Parker Lewis Can't Lose: Season 2, Episode 15

Obscene and Not Heard (22 Dec. 1991)

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On one of his evil missions, Dr. Pankow decides to target Santo Domingo one CD at a time. With the advent of 'explicit lyric' labels Pankow sends one of his evil henchmen into Mondo Video ... See full summary »



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Episode credited cast:
Troy W. Slaten ...
Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)
Mary Ellen Trainor ...
Mrs. Lewis
Taj Johnson ...
Frank Lemmer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ken Kerman ...
Gena Law ...
Diner Patron #2
Dennis Stewart ...
Cellmate (as Dennis C. Stewart)
Gregory Eugene Travis ...
Remmel (as Gregory Eugene Travis)
Tom Waldman ...
Diner Patron #3


On one of his evil missions, Dr. Pankow decides to target Santo Domingo one CD at a time. With the advent of 'explicit lyric' labels Pankow sends one of his evil henchmen into Mondo Video to catch Mr. Lewis at selling such CD's to minors. This follows with Mr. Lewis fighting back against Pankow's scheme to undermine the first amendment. Parker garners a new respect for his father as Mr. Lewis risks everything to stand up for his rights... Written by Anonymous

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References The Fisher King (1991) See more »


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Music by Hal J. Cohen and Steven Klapper
Lyrics by David Steven Cohen and Roger S.H. Schulman
Performed by Big Al Heifetz and Klapco Music
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Dealing with the word police... Mr. Lewis style
18 June 2007 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

Alright first off the whole subject matter of this episode is one of those 'near and dear' to me. Naturally anytime something someone says is considered even moderately offensive there are odds that someone will become so overly offended they decide to do their part and silence them. This episode features Pankow on the prowl to try and discourage places such as Mondo video from selling lyrically offensive albums. Fighting the system and exercising his first amendment right, Mr. Lewis goes over the top to prove his point. The episode is a little goofy and cheesy and I knocked MY rating down to a 7 namely because of that. It seems they probably could have gone about the episode a bit differently, but oh well it wasn't all bad. Like I said earlier the subject matter on this is a good one that other series should jump on more often ;)

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