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The Terrible Twos 

Baby reaches his second birthday and it's anything but a celebration as he enters the dreaded Terrible Twos and wreaks havoc on the entire Sinclair household.


Jeff McCracken


Michael Jacobs (created by), Bob Young (created by) | 3 more credits »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mak Wilson ... Earl Sinclair
Bill Barretta ... Earl Sinclair
Stuart Pankin ... Earl Sinclair (voice)
Allan Trautman ... Fran Sinclair / Dr. Elliot Piaget (voice)
Tony Sabin Prince Tony Sabin Prince ... Fran Sinclair
Jessica Walter ... Fran Sinclair (voice)
Steve Whitmire ... Robbie Sinclair
Leif Tilden ... Robbie Sinclair
Jason Willinger Jason Willinger ... Robbie Sinclair (voice)
Bruce Lanoil Bruce Lanoil ... Charlene Sinclair / Babysitter
Michelan Sisti ... Charlene Sinclair
Sally Struthers ... Charlene Sinclair (voice)
David Greenaway David Greenaway ... Dr. Herder
Tom Fisher Tom Fisher ... Dr. Herder / Babysitter
Michael McKean ... Dr. Herder (voice)


Baby reaches his second birthday and it's anything but a celebration as he enters the dreaded Terrible Twos and wreaks havoc on the entire Sinclair household.

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy



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Opens with Dr. Eliot Piaget, noted child psychologist. Dr. Jean Piaget, Swiss child psychologist, developled theories of child cognitive development that made him one of the most influential psychologists of the 20th century. See more »


When Baby returns to his crib after levitating, the plate with the food sits next to him. In the next shot, the Babysitter puts the plate there. See more »


Blarney: [singing with kids named Jeff and Tim] Okay here we go. I am Blarney I love you. E-I-E-I-O. And if you're nice you'll love me, too. E-I-E-I-O.
Robbie Sinclair: Well, it does seem to have quiet him down a little.
Blarney: [still singing] With a love love here, and a love love there, here a love there a love, everywhere a love love.
Fran Sinclair: It's interesting, he strikes a chord with children. Something about Blarney inlooses the purest feelings of warmth and affection.
Baby Sinclair: [with a baby bottle on his slingshot] EAT GLASS, BLARNEY!
Blarney: [...]
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Spoofs The Exorcist (1973) See more »

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The Power of Rice Compels You
10 February 2018 | by hellraiser7See all my reviews

This is my fifth favorate episode of the show. It's one of the Halloween episodes and it's one of my favorates in that category; this episode was really funny but I'll admit as a kid thought it was a little scary.

Baby becomes not so good as he has reached two, I'll admit from seeing Baby's actions it makes that number more dreaded than the Devil's triple 6 number. He's practically causing havoc and just has a really bad case of the gimmies which gives the whole family a lot of grief, as it becomes impossible to meet his every demand. He's also became borderline psychotic as he almost injures and even kills his family; yeah it's that bad.

There are just so many hillarous moments and funny memorable lines, but the best one's no doubt are in the third half which is a big parody on the film "The Exercist" just like that movie those parodies never get old and this supprisingly is one of the good ones. Really love that quote which is a parody on the famous line in the film. I'll admit it was a little scary as a kid seeing Baby going all demonic, with those evil crazy looking eyes he developed, his voice becomes somewhat altered, even sings the song which doing the 180 with his head ( I'll admit that scene in the orginal movie always creeped me out). The episode also does a small parody on "Poltergeist" and "The Omen" as we see Baby has developed some telecenetic powers as we see most of his toys floating around and also turn demonic, which I'll admit I found that a little creepy too.

The Sinclair's number is up.

Rating: 4 stars

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13 July 1994 (USA) See more »

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