Parker Lewis is a force to be reckoned with in whatever he does. When it comes to the office of the class president Parker and gang decide to try their hand. When the girl that really wants... See full summary »

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Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
Troy W. Slaten ...
Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)
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Anne Bloom ...
Mrs. Lewis
Taj Johnson ...
Frank Lemmer
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Kim Valentine ...
Becky Grant
Larry Spinak ...
Conrad Fleck (as Lawrence Spinak)
Torri Whitehead ...
Jamie
B.J. Barie ...
Badge
Scott Egan ...
Jock
Tiffanie Poston ...
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Parker Lewis is a force to be reckoned with in whatever he does. When it comes to the office of the class president Parker and gang decide to try their hand. When the girl that really wants the position puts her all into it only to pale in comparison to Parker guilt follows. For once Parker decides to lose at something and throw the election against his competitor, Becky Grant. It seems though that Parker can't lose even if he tries and his ratings soar more than ever. Written by Anonymous

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23 September 1990 (USA)  »

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ParkerLloyd Lewis: Not a problem.
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References Star Trek (1966) See more »

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The Stars and Stripes Forever
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Composed by John Philip Sousa
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Parker Lewis Can't Lose (even when he tries)
23 June 2007 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

This episode reminds me of the movie, "Brewster's Millions". When Parker decided to throw the election at Santo Domingo losing support from the students is a lot harder than he originally thought. Every thing it seems that Parker does garners even more of a following and his lead in the polls against Becky only increases. I laughed throughout as in classical political fashion even something negative can be spun to look good. The ending was a little bland, but otherwise the rest of the episode is super funny. A lot of the jokes in the episode are funny (although dated) as well. As the posters for Parker's campaign scroll you see such posters as "Parker knows Democracy","Parker knows Flamingos", and lastly "Parker knows Bo". It's the little laughs that make Parker Lewis a classic ;)


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