When Professor Koontz uses a scantron machine to pair students romantically, Napoleon is matched with Tokiko, the Japanese exchange student, a disappointed Deb is paired with bully Don ... See full summary »

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Napoleon (voice)
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Kip (voice)
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Pedro (voice)
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Deb (voice)
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Uncle Rico (voice)
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Mrs. Moser (voice)
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Grandma (voice)
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Rex (voice)
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Don (voice)
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Summer (voice)
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Doctor Jeff (voice)
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Silver Mime (voice)
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Scantronica (voice)
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Tokiko (voice)
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When Professor Koontz uses a scantron machine to pair students romantically, Napoleon is matched with Tokiko, the Japanese exchange student, a disappointed Deb is paired with bully Don Moser and Pedro is happily paired with Don's girlfriend Summer Wheatley. Don's mother and sisters take Deb under their wings, which she reluctantly allows until she discovers they have ulterior motives. Written by Fox Publicity

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Napoleon: This Scantronica stuff is a pile of bull! Technology will never fulfill my desires.
Deb: What did you put for "walks on the beach"? Long or short?
Napoleon: I hate the beach.
Deb: [hesitant] Yeah, me too.
Napoleon: If you ask me, there's only two questions that matter for compatibility; "What's your favorite kind of hawk?" and "How many do you own?"
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References China Beach (1988) See more »

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Composed by Richard Wagner
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Not As Good As Episode 1
25 August 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Episode 2 was even stranger than the first with Napoleon's class being subjected to a love machine test that matches students with their ideal mate. This toys with the relationships from the movie but once again leaves realism for a weirder approach. The side story with Kip and Uncle Rico involves them in a magic act business venture once again borrowed from the original film. I enjoyed watching Grandma Dynamite and getting more of her personality as she was a minor rarely seen character from the film. Once again some parts were funny but this episode was not as good as the first and is probably only for people who liked the movie.


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