Meet Corliss Archer (1954– )
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Corliss the Cheerleader 

When Dexter finds that Corliss is being pursued by a rival who wants her to be a cheerleader, he winds up asking Mr. Archer for advice about what to do. After Mr. Archer's plans don't ... See full summary »

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Ann Baker ...
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Janet Archer
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Dexter Franklin (as Bobby Ellis)
David Bair ...
Finlay Roberts
Maureen Cassidy ...
Lucy Peters
Nancy Hale ...
College Girl
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College Football Player
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When Dexter finds that Corliss is being pursued by a rival who wants her to be a cheerleader, he winds up asking Mr. Archer for advice about what to do. After Mr. Archer's plans don't produce any results, Dexter decides to go with a more aggressive approach. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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1954 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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Meet Corliss Archer: Corliss the Cheerleader is funniest episode yet!
28 October 2006 | by (Baton Rouge, LA) – See all my reviews

The announcer says the house is shaking as we see the frame shaking a little bit. Inside, Corliss is practicing her cheers. Her mother Janet comes by and shows her daughter what her cheers were like before breaking her heel. Father Harry also comes by and does a cheer from his school days before snapping his suspenders. Boyfriend Dexter then does one from a small and wide table before breaking it while jumping! Corliss asks Dexter to get head cheerleader Finlay to coach her. Finlay agrees without pay when he sees Corliss making Dexter jealous! I'll just stop here and tell you this is the funniest and most believable episode of Meet Corliss Archer I've seen yet. The physical comedy involving the Archers and Dexter is the most well-timed. If you like a nice family comedy mixed with a little slapstick, "Corliss the Cheerleader" is a very good episode to seek out.


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