Mikey has a new girlfriend. It turns out it's the same girl who once broke Parker's heart. Jerry helps Kohler make a commercial for the diner, but Kohler hates all of Jerry's ideas.

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Troy W. Slaten ...
Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)
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Mikey has a new girlfriend. It turns out it's the same girl who once broke Parker's heart. Jerry helps Kohler make a commercial for the diner, but Kohler hates all of Jerry's ideas.

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25 April 1993 (USA)  »

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Cheeesiest episode ever
15 June 2007 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

After watching this episode I was only left with thinking 'Wow'. It only reaffirms that season 3 is pretty mediocre (in my opinion) when compared to the first 2 seasons. Some of the episodes are decent while others are just 2 minutes of story stretched into a 30 minute episode. This episode is one of the later and probably the CHEESIEST episode I've seen yet. By far the plot line of this one is the most unbelievable and corny. Yikes! In this episode the typical "Mikey in love" theme is played out along with Parker trying to be supportive and failing miserably. Parker's girlfriend "Ann" is yet again upset with Parker over nonsense and Parker is left in the middle. As much as I loved this show if any one episode was the nail in the series coffin this is it.


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