Deep in the bowels of Santo Domingo lies a secret that lay dormant since the 1960's... Santo Domingo's own pirate radio station. As Parker, Jerry, and Mikey stumble across the hidden radio ... See full summary »

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Deep in the bowels of Santo Domingo lies a secret that lay dormant since the 1960's... Santo Domingo's own pirate radio station. As Parker, Jerry, and Mikey stumble across the hidden radio station they feel they need to bring it back to life. The more Principal Musso tries to shut the station down the more the students listen causing a major thorn in her side. As Parker and gang find out the amount of good the station has on the students the more they feel they need to keep it going. That is unless Grace and Frank Lemmer find a way to uncover the secret hiding spot of the station. Written by Anonymous

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References The Twilight Zone (1959) See more »

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Written by Tom Johnston, Charlie Midnight, and Eddie Schwartz
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Dr. Retro on the air!
28 June 2007 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

I've always liked the idea of a pirate radio station and sure enough Parker Lewis does to. When Parker and the guys stumble across the hidden radio station of Santo Domingo they decide to put it back on the air. Simliar to the movie, "Pump Up the Volume" the students of Santo Domingo respond to the mysterious DJ, "Dr. Retro", and he finds himself in over his head. When not playing music Parker gives advice and finds he is becoming a hot commodity at Santo Domingo. Utlizing a voice modulator nobody knows who the DJ's are and Musso and Frank strive to shut them down. A classic episode that not only exercises the imagination, but it's cleverly written and even has a twist at the end.


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