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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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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17 November 2003 (USA)  »

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Hilarious Premise!!
28 June 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode is my favorite! It opens with Jimmy being thrilled and flattered to meet and become friends with his idol, Action Hero Actor, Chuck Norris. Jimmy soon realizes that Chuck Norris the hands-on parent (who in this episode, can't get enough of "Ring Around the Rosy" and who practically stalks Jimmy to share the latest excitement about his kids) is much different than the Chuck Norris persona in Good Guys Wear Black. After seemingly being unable to get away from Chuck, Jimmy finally decides to break to his pal that he does not want to see him any longer. Chuck takes the news hard, and when getting up to leave, accidentally bumps into a big biker, who starts a fight with Chuck. Predictably, just as Jimmy had originally fantasized, he and Chuck (who instantly reverts into his Action hero persona) fend off the bad guys, side by side, with Chuck seemingly using nearly every karate move from his movies in the process. After winning the fight, in a moment of predictable hilarity, Chuck, still dejected, exits, leaving the again-awestruck Jimmy.


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