A disgruntled meter maid gets Jack to face the music for Jennie's parking violation. In jail. With a cannibal as a cellmate.



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Mr. Floppy (voice)
Meter Maid
Murray Rubinstein ...
Prison Guard
Gunther Jensen ...
Frank Lloyd ...


A disgruntled meter maid gets Jack to face the music for Jennie's parking violation. In jail. With a cannibal as a cellmate.

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31 January 1996 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Jack Malloy: [in cell, with whole family come to visit] Here to bail me out?
Jennie Malloy: Yeah. Like I got $10 000. But, Jack, I wouldn't pay it if it was $10. This is a matter of principle! This is about our rights as Americans! Little by little, they've taken our freedom. I mean, how can they charge you to park at a public street that our taxes paid for? I remember a time in this country when there were no parking meters.
Tiffany Malloy: [smirking] I bet you also remember a time in this country when the common mode of transportation ...
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Jack in jail
17 February 2017 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

Saw this on a much-weaker download than most of the others. So many commercials were included that time ran out, and there was no time for Mr. Floppy's fan mail section at the end. This follows in the wake of several episodes that I could not find at all, hence the ever-increasing gaps as I make my contributions to the episodes of this sadly-neglected series here on IMDb. That is unfortunately out of my control.

It is saddening that such a great show has been left in the lurch.

This particular episode has all the usual insanity, zany antics and then, yes, there's leggy Tiffany.

Jennie gets a parking ticket, floors the meter maid, and is about to get arrested when she gets herself off, but the police latches on to heaps of outstanding parking tickets, all incurred by wifey, but it's Jack's car, and he has to pay, by going to jail. Fortunately, Mr. Floppy is brought along, to protect him. Actually, his schizophrenic nature is what scares the burly cellmate silly.

While Jennie is not my favorite character, I did enjoy her freedom-loving speech tremendously. It's really all true.

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