Armed with "a surprisingly relevant and important" topic for once (i.e. inequality against kids), host Christine happily intros this installment when a fire breaks out on the neighboring set. With "women and children first," she's now doubly glad of this inequality, until she learns it means she's first in line to take up an extinguisher and battle the fire. With the neighboring trailer and wardrobe ruined, studio execs decide to hand over all the kids' trailers and costumes to that more important adult production next door, leaving the kids bereft of trailer and clothes. Elsewhere: Lance confiscates the plastic prize in a cereal box, Liz wants to wear makeup, Lance is touched that Eugene thinks he has what it takes to make a kid happy, Brodie gets a sickening coupon for a clean bill of health, Eugene suffers for an age limit in drinking, a production of Richard III performs in kid clothes, the coach picks little Eugene as a substitute over much taller Brodie in a basketball game, ... Written by
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This is the fourth and final credited appearance of Elizabeth Richardson in the series. See more
In the dungeon, Nasti has four prisoners shackled to the wall but there are only two sets of shackles for two prisoners (Liz and Hodgkins the skeleton). The remaining two prisoners (Brodie and Eugene) simply stand in place while holding the backs of their own wrists against the wall. See more
Well, you've got everything it takes to make a kid like me happy.
Why... Well, golly, that's really nice. I'm really flattered. You... you mean what you've said?
Oh, yeah. You have my allowance. You have my lunch money. You have my paper route money.
You know he's got a point there, dear.
Don't encourage him.
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