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Episode credited cast:
Maureen Slattery (credit only)
Mr. Floppy (voice)
Billy Emery
Frank Lloyd ...
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Much to Tiffany's dismay, Jennie is going to give a motivational speech at school, but Jack doesn't want to miss out on playing basketball with the guys. Ryan believes himself to be a business 'mongol' after a win at monopoly, and Mr. Floppy feels taken for granted. Cringing shame for everybody at the school hall. Written by RavenGlamDVDCollector, ElectricLadyLand

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17 May 1995 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Jack Malloy: Hi, honey, we're playing monopoly, wanna join us?
Tiffany Malloy: [occupied by cellphone] Gmpf. A board game with my father and brothers? I'd rather eat a full meal.
Jack Malloy: You don't know what you're missing.
Tiffany Malloy: Yeah, I've never rolled around in a muddy ditch with a fat man either, but, like this, I sense it might be unpleasant.
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too little of Tiffany
25 January 2017 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

Just like the previous episode, too much is left to the older cast. There is way too little of Tiffany and way too much of Jennie. Face it, lots of (drooling) guys tuned in to see Nikki Cox, and they sure as hell didn't want so much of Stephanie Hodge. Well, I'm fortunate, I find Mr. Floppy to be absolutely hilarious, he is bound to say something insultful regarding (then) contemporary celebrities, and even if he doesn't, his mannerisms, uncannily lifelike, is a hoot to behold. But decades later, when you're the fella doing the post-mortem on why one of your topmost favorites didn't make it to DVD, and you wade through the wide-ranging reviews and board post comments here on IMDb, it is a revelation to learn just how people differ in their approach to this show, and, of course, those who watched solely to see Nikki Cox, if they didn't have a wacky sense of humor (and most of that group most likely did not), they'd bad-mouth it.

I belong to that group too. I heard about the impossibly beautiful girl and started watching from the next episode. I was mesmerized, instantly smitten, and remain so until this day (never mind that the character Tiffany is a spoiled brat, I'm talking NIKKI COX, wow!!) But being more than a bit crazy myself, I really went for the zany humor too. Mr. Floppy, Ryan, Ross, Maureen, the walk-on long- legged angels, the lot!

The weak points are Jack and Jennie. Geoff Pierson is irreplaceable in the scenes with Mr. Floppy, but he often plays in a kind of neutral gear in other scenes. So, summed up, he is inconsistent. Stephanie Hodge wasn't really the best woman for the job (though she gave it a good try) but a much better choice could have been made.

That is the main problem with this show.

Of course, it also flies into the face of the smiling happy people out there. But it lasted 100 episodes, even if it, and its passion- killing ways, must have stepped on millions and millions of 'happily-ever-after' middle-class American toes. It has cult status. It worked for MARRIED WITH CHILDREN.

Which still, paradoxically, leaves me with not understanding why something this big wasn't ever released on (a fully legal, store-bought) DVD...

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