Chuck Norris plays himself as an actor preparing for a security guard role in a movie. Jimmy shows him the ropes for being a security guard at the studio.

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Danilee Kelly Norris ...
Herself
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Chuck Norris plays himself as an actor preparing for a security guard role in a movie. Jimmy shows him the ropes for being a security guard at the studio.

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I never thought that Chuck Norris had a funny side to him.
30 September 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This happens to be one of my top favorite "Yes, Dear" episodes. Chuck Norris was the guest star and in this episode, he is just HILARIOUS! Everyone knows Chuck is an action star who kicks ass on screen and is a take no crap kind of guy, but in this episode, he showed that he has some comedic talents in him, playing himself or not. In this episode, Jimmy is told that an actor is supposed to shadow him for a role as a security guard. Jimmy then starts hanging out with Chuck and finds out that Chuck is a father. Chuck then starts asking Jimmy for advice on parenting and Jimmy starts to get annoyed by it because he didn't expect Chuck Norris to be like a regular guy. Funny moments were the dream sequences with Jimmy dreaming about being in a movie with Chuck, Billy being in a Total Gym infomercial, and Roy dreaming about co-starring with Chuck on "Walker, Texas Ranger", as well as going to a baby gym, as well as the answering machine messages, and the final scene was a great way to end this funny episode: Jimmy then dumps Chuck because he didn't want to hang out with Chuck the dad, then some punk bumps into him and he didn't want trouble. The punk started with him and then Chuck starts kicking everyone's butt at the bar. Funny episode indeed.


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