Parker Lewis Can't Lose: Season 3, Episode 4

Summer of '92 (6 Aug. 1992)

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With Annie leaving town for a bit Parker is left with Mikey for entertainment. Mikey's idea of entertainment though usually involves flirting with the ladies and consequently leaves Parker ... See full summary »

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Troy W. Slaten ...
Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)
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Jennifer Guthrie ...
Annie Sloan
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Swap Meet Customer
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Ben
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With Annie leaving town for a bit Parker is left with Mikey for entertainment. Mikey's idea of entertainment though usually involves flirting with the ladies and consequently leaves Parker in an awkward position. As the two hook up with two college girls and go to an underground dance a potential connection is made. Parker's faced with the very real possibility of cheating on Annie and probably not getting caught. Will Parker give into pressure or will his conscience eat him alive? Written by Anonymous

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Michael Dorn of Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) fame (as Lt. Worf), has a cameo as an interested buyer of a Starship Enterprise model that Jerry is selling at a swap meet. This is the ship that Michael's character Worf was on for the show's run. See more »

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Parker has to decide between being loyal in his love life, or not
16 June 2007 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

The themes portrayed in this episode are true to high school life. The situation Parker is put in where he can fool around with an older girl while Annie is away is one that is omni-present in high school. Parker could probably get away with it, but would it be worth it or would guilt eat him alive? I like Corin Nemec and the ways he portrays the feelings that Parker would feel in the situations given. It seems whenever Billy Jayne (Mikey Randall) deals with odd love situations the emotion is just cheesy and not realistic. Perhaps it's just the way his character is written in those episodes, but regardless it seems Corin's emotions are more genuine. Aside from the plot one great thing about PLCL was the guest appearances. Michael Dorn pops into the swap meet where Jerry was arguing the authenticity of a model of the Starship Enterprise he had for sale. Michael Dorn was the actor who played Worf in the Star Trek series. :P


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