Parker Lewis Can't Lose: Season 2, Episode 10

Rock 'n' Roles (27 Oct. 1991)

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Once again Shelley's found a new identity that she'll call her own to the dismay of Parker. The newest music sensation 'Jezebel' has captured the attention of the girls at Santo Domingo. As... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Troy W. Slaten ...
Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)
Mrs. Lewis
Karen Fineman ...
Brian Bradley ...
Laura Jacoby ...
Jezebellie #1
Wendy J. Cooke ...
Jezebellie #2 (as Wendy Cooke)
John T. Quern ...
Robert the Doorman (as John Quern)


Once again Shelley's found a new identity that she'll call her own to the dismay of Parker. The newest music sensation 'Jezebel' has captured the attention of the girls at Santo Domingo. As with everyone else Shelley feels that Jezebel is speaking to her in her music and she faithfully worships her following. As an upcoming concert looms Shelley is consumed with getting a ticket to the show even if it entails her resorting to being devious. Parker tries to help his sister as it appears she's brainwashed by the performer and Shelley has to come to terms with right and wrong. The end result is actually pretty good and a lesson is learned! Written by Anonymous

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Shelley finds and new 'unique' identity.
17 June 2007 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

This episode is pretty funny as it nails the 'role model' concept on the head. Like generation after generation of teen-aged girl copying their role models this generation is no different. The most popular performer 'Jezebel' attracts the interest of near every girl at Santo Domingo (Shelley included). Unfortunately when Shelley wants something she'll stop at nothing to get it. She lies, cheats AND steals her way through the episode to garner tickets to the next show. Kind of cheesy at times, but overall the message was good and it was a funny episode. Shelley talks about how Jezebel understands her and her songs speak specifically to her (You know she is being an individual). The next scene shows a line of girls waiting in line to get their own "unique" 'Jezibel manacle bracelet' while all striking the exact same Jezebel pose. It's funny and sadly true at the same time. There's even a bit in the end where you get to see the real Jezebel not performing and you find out that celebrities really are people to!

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