Jack wants sex, Jenny wants to talk, and talk, and talk some more, so Jack retreats back to the basement, where he admits his love to a dismayed Mr. Floppy just as a psychopathic rat is on ... See full summary »

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Jack wants sex, Jenny wants to talk, and talk, and talk some more, so Jack retreats back to the basement, where he admits his love to a dismayed Mr. Floppy just as a psychopathic rat is on the loose. The neighbor's cat gets drafted into service, only to come to a grisly end. Tiffany gets a bright idea to get rid of the rodent, but Jack's dislike of Barbara Streisand could have lethal consequences. Written by RavenGlamDVDCollector, ElectricLadyLand

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20 September 1995 (USA)  »

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Jack Malloy: [singing to Mr. Floppy as they settle in for the night down in the basement, to the tune of the well-known nursery song] Hush little bunny, don't say a word, Daddy's gonna buy you a coo-coo bird. And if tomorrow you still exist, Daddy's gonna see a psychiatrist. And if that shrink can't get the job done, Daddy's gonna end up in a tower with a gun.
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one hell of a rat, this one
1 May 2016 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

Tonight's episode: Jack takes refuge in the basement. No nookie for him, Jenny just wants to talk, and about very off-putting things at that! Left to his own devices, there is the further torment of a big fat rat down there, and, no, it's not Mr. Floppy. Okay, the episode goes a bit into several wrong directions, all those passion-killing sequences, and there is very little to be seen of the Tiffer, but as usual, the Floppy one is just hilarious, and the rat is presented in a simple but effective way.

The world's foremost UNHAPPILY EVER AFTER fanatic here (but still Nikki Cox won't take my calls!) (just kidding!) reporting on my infrequent posting of snippets of information. To whom it may concern: this is a work-in-progress, I do not have the episodes on DVD as the iOffer offer is out of my reach, importing and credit cards aren't my forte. I have downloaded what I could, very few episodes are complete, but there exists adequate info for Story lines and Quotes.

Okay, watching them again after all these years since their original telecast, I do detect an uneven tone, they do jump around a bit from one idea to the next, they aren't as well presented as MARRIED WITH CHILDREN, but *ugger that! It is still one of my favorites, and even more so because it has been so undeservedly forgotten and cast aside! Floppy for President! And Nikki, answer those e-mails! Pick you up tonight at 8, sweet thing!

(this contribution was not repeat not written by Mr. Floppy! Shame on you, Jack!)


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