Parker Lewis Can't Lose: Season 1, Episode 3

Power Play (16 Sep. 1990)

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There's a disturbance in the force as their can't be two Parker Lewis's. A new student at Santo Domingo threatens to steal Parker's glory as he's able to outdo Parker at every turn. In the ... See full summary »

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Mikey Randall (as William Jayne)
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Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)
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Donna Sue Horton
Keith Williams
Vernon Weddle
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There's a disturbance in the force as their can't be two Parker Lewis's. A new student at Santo Domingo threatens to steal Parker's glory as he's able to outdo Parker at every turn. In the blink of an eye Parker is no longer the coolest kid in school and struggles to keep his sanity. Parker's world is crumbling around him unless he can find a way to beat Matt Stiles. Written by Anonymous

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Parker Lewis: Who does this guy think he is... Ferris Bueller?
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Santo Domingo isn't big enough for two Parker Lewis sized egos...
23 June 2007 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

Parker doesn't seem to have any real competition throughout his High School career. Then a transfer student, Matt Stiles, threatens to steal Parker's glory. A classic one-oneupmanship follows as Parker loses his grip on the control over Santo Domingo. It's a trip as with every turn you can't imagine Parker's world falling apart any more and yet it does. The more he tries to outdo Matt he has to rethink his strategy before he completely fades from the spotlight at Santo Domingo. A clever plot overall as the ending is hard to predict. Even Musso is under Matt Stiles spell along with everyone at Santo Domingo. I'd recommend this episode as it begs the question, Can Parker Lewis actually lose?


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