Malcolm sneaks around to date a girl whose father hates him; Hal and Lois become more productive when they can't have sex for a week; Dewey discovers he's an "evil twin"; Francis mediates a dispute between Otto and his cowboy neighbors.
Did You Know?
The big kid with the nice car that Dewey wrecks is Ira from "Reese's Apartment". In both episodes he has the persona of a football player, indicated by his letter jacket in this episode See more
Nikki's father tells Malcolm that while he was in Vietnam, he was tied to a 'punjab' stick, but there's no such thing. The common Viet Cong weapon used against our troops was the punji stick, a small hidden spike that would pierce through the sole of the combat boot into the foot, plus it was tainted to cause infection. See more
Dewey. I finally found out why everybody's been giving you money. There's this kid who looks just like you and he's been doing chores for everybody. I knew that everybody must have an evil twin.
He's my evil twin?
No, Dewey, this kid's a saint. You're his evil twin.
But, I don't want to be an evil twin.
Dewey, shut up. This thing involves money and an evil twin. We got to find a way to make this pay off... Let's go watch soap operas.
Show and Tell
Written by Jerry Fuller
Performed by Al Wilson
Sung by Bryan Cranston See more