School's out, Jack works the night-shift, and Ryan gets fired from his first day on the job. Home for summer. The kids drive Jennie crazy, and she turns to liquid support. In her drunken ... See full summary »

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School's out, Jack works the night-shift, and Ryan gets fired from his first day on the job. Home for summer. The kids drive Jennie crazy, and she turns to liquid support. In her drunken state, Mr. Floppy reveals Jack's alter ego to her, in more ways than one. Written by RavenGlamDVDCollector, ElectricLadyLand

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15 May 1996 (USA)  »

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Jennie Malloy: Jack, Jack, Ja-a-ck, do you hear me?
Mr. Floppy: I hear you. That voice of yours can pierce the silence of outer space. You sound like you were raised by a family of air-horns.
Jennie Malloy: [in her drunken stupor, she is not questioning this absurdity] Oh, you're over there, Jack.
[taking a look at Mr. Floppy]
Jennie Malloy: You know, I haven't looked at you in a long time. You're hairier than Nicolas Cage. And it's true,
[picking up his floppy ears]
Jennie Malloy: as a man gets older, his ears really do get bigger.
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politically-correct gets roasted over an open fire!
25 February 2017 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

Jack and Mr. Floppy getting really excited about Holly Hunter and Meryl Streep? What gives? Something has to be wrong here! Indeed! Watch this episode to find out what goes on in their darkly psychotic minds. It's very, very nasty. Hilary Clinton gets a barrage as well, but Barbara Streisand comes off the worst. It goes very, very, very nasty. Can't get to the episode 'cause it isn't legally available on DVD? Unable to download? At least you can check out the Quotes here. Fans of former female superstars (and a current political figure) are advised to batten down the hatches and hold on tight...

In this episode: The kids are home from school, and Jack does night-shift, so they're all in Jennie's way. Ryan has ambition only for Cheeseburger Community College and the cheerleaders there. Jennie finds solace in beer, and when she is way over the limit, her grating voice irritates Mr. Floppy so much that he challenges her. She is too drunk to notice that she is talking to a stuffed rabbit. Things escalate from there beyond what could be talked about on a family site, as, er, bunnies will be bunnies during summertime...

Nikki Cox (as Tiffany) is back on form, glad to see. I don't have access to the previous two episodes, so I'm not talking about them, I'm referring to what I said about her performance in "All About Jennie." Looking great again!

It's such a great pity that this series wasn't released on DVD. It would have taken 14 disks. Fourteen disks of unbridled politically-incorrect mindless fun!! And then I'd have been able to review every episode, instead of being limited to the ones I could score from WapNext, and failing that, VuClip. The biggest loss on my Hard-to-Find list.


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