Bobby is fed up with being short and constantly being called "pee wee" and "shrimp-o," and Greg gets a job as a delivery boy for Sam the butcher.

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Bobby develops a Napoleon complex, especially after Greg has to save him from a situation caused in part because he ended up doing something he wasn't supposed to since he was too small to handle the job. Bobby does whatever he can to grow, like doing body lengthening exercises, or conversely follow his mother's advice by developing a more important aspect of his self, namely his intellect. But neither of these seems to help at least with Bobby's lack of self esteem. But when Greg and Bobby get in another jam at Sam's butcher shop where Greg has been working part time, Bobby may come to the realization that being small does have its advantages. Written by Huggo

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7 January 1972 (USA)  »

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In this episode, Bobby gets a black eye from getting into a fight with a kid who is bigger than him. Moments later he is shown in his room and the black eye is gone. See more »

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References Little Big Man (1970) See more »

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