Parker Lewis Can't Lose (1990–1993)
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The Last Supper 

A bottle episode and clip show. The Atlas Diner is closing down, so all of the show's regulars are there to mark this end of an era. Each of them play their favorite (stock) tune on the diner's jukebox and reminisce.

Director:

Mike Finney

Writers:

Clyde Phillips (created by), Lon Diamond (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Corin Nemec ... Parker Lloyd Lewis
Billy Jayne ... Mikey Randall
Troy W. Slaten Troy W. Slaten ... Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)
Maia Brewton ... Shelly Lewis
Abraham Benrubi ... Larry Kubiac
Jennifer Guthrie Jennifer Guthrie ... Annie Sloan
John Pinette ... Coach Hank Kohler
Melanie Chartoff ... Principal Grace Musso
Biff Yeager ... Wrecking Ball Operator
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A bottle episode and clip show. The Atlas Diner is closing down, so all of the show's regulars are there to mark this end of an era. Each of them play their favorite (stock) tune on the diner's jukebox and reminisce.

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Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 June 1993 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Last show of the series. See more »

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The end of the road...
16 June 2007 | by vex86birdSee all my reviews

Similar to the end of season 2 this episode was set in the Atlas Diner. Dissimilar to any other episode though it's a 'flash-back' episode. Normally I don't like flashback episodes, but seeing as this is the last episode of the series it does seem fit. Set to the threat of the end of the Atlas Diner (to make room for a strip mall) every one of the 'main characters' goes to play a song on the juke box. This proceeds to said character having flashbacks of their 'life' (namely their 3-season long life). The disappointing thing about the flashbacks is the lack of focus on previous season's characters. Frank Lemmer doesn't appear at all in Season 3 (which was a drag) and conveniently he is in only briefly in about 3 flashbacks. Same goes with Nick (The manager of the diner in season 2) who doesn't appear at all nor does Parker's parents who were in all 3 seasons. So while this episode was bittersweet I suppose it had to of been made. It's a wonders how network executives can change the format of a show thus killing the show and abandon it after only one season. Long live "Parker Lewis Can't Lose"... Too much coolness while it lasted.


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