Jennie lives vicariously through Tiffany being in the school play, 'Romeo and Juliet.' Childhood dream of Jennie, to be Juliet. And a scheme hatched to realize this. The bard is gonna turn over in his grave.

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Jennie lives vicariously through Tiffany being in the school play, 'Romeo and Juliet.' Childhood dream of Jennie, to be Juliet. And a scheme hatched to realize this. The bard is gonna turn over in his grave.

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Tiffany Malloy: [Mom has appeared in school cafeteria, big embarrassment] What are you doing here?
Jennie Malloy: I read in the school paper they're casting 'Romeo and Juliet.' I want you to try out for the part of Juliet. Did I ever tell you I tried out for Juliet once my sophomore year?
Tiffany Malloy: No, but I'm afraid you're going to... Goodbye!
[tries rushing off]
Jennie Malloy: I lost the part to Charlene Tilton.
[hissing:]
Jennie Malloy: She was nothing! Blond, petite. Petite? You know what petite means? It means there is no place for the weight to go. If I got ...
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downer, this one
21 February 2017 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

Well, at least I have a download of it, but good quality? No. Far from it. Original VHS had its problems, and the graphics are weak, so any negative comments here might be influenced by the bummer of an experience it is trying to enjoy watching it without seeing that faces are way, way out of focus. This, of course, has ZERO to do with the original product, mind you, but the original product lies somewhere gathering dust. Could somebody please enlighten me, when was the last time UNHAPPILY EVER AFTER was actually aired? What really happens to TV shows when they are finally off the air? The master copies?

Weaker download notwithstanding, Tiffany isn't as great in this episode. The jokes are stale compared to other episodes. Every now and then UEA does hit a dip, but this episode just drops the ball, that is visible through the haze of the weak download. The overextended bit where everybody rambles on, would have been really, really off-putting to people tuning in just then, and the detractors of the series, and to guys just hanging on to see long-legged Tiffany. Who has less sparkle here, like I already mentioned.

I am the biggest fan of UEA, I think I am, after all these years, its leading light, the one who misses it the most, the one who so dearly wants it on DVD, but even I have to admit, this episode comes in way too low on my personal Richter scale to be remotely worthy. Only there to fill the quota.

That is not to say it is bad. No. It's still streets ahead of the junk that lurks out there. It just doesn't live up to being an episode of my much-loved oh-so-special UNHAPPILY EVER AFTER.


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