Maybe It's Me Episodes

2001, TV Show

Episode Detail: The Crazy-Girl Episode - Maybe It's Me

Molly visits the home of an eccentric soccer teammate and meets the girl's bizarre parents (Howard Hesseman, Susan Ruttan), whose unusual behavior rivals that of her own folks. Meanwhile, Grant inadvertently agrees to do a school paper on Jerry's life, which hasn't been too exciting. Cookie: Felicia Day. Mine: Taylor-Morgan Lewis. Molly: Reagan Dale Neis. Grant: Patrick Levis. Jerry: Fred Willard.

Episodes: Maybe It's Me (22)

5/3/2002: The Prom Episode    Season 1, Episode 22
4/26/2002: The Prom Episode    Season 1, Episode 21
4/19/2002: The Quahog Festival Episode    Season 1, Episode 20
4/12/2002: The Rick's in Love Episode    Season 1, Episode 19
3/29/2002: The Crazy-Girl Episode    Season 1, Episode 17
3/22/2002: The Baby Episode    Season 1, Episode 16
3/15/2002: The Video Episode    Season 1, Episode 15
2/22/2002: The Wedding and a Funeral Episode    Season 1, Episode 14
2/15/2002: The Fever Episode    Season 1, Episode 13
2/1/2002: The Dutch Heritage Episode    Season 1, Episode 12
1/25/2002: The Lab Partner Episode    Season 1, Episode 18
1/18/2002: The Snow Day Episode    Season 1, Episode 11
1/11/2002: The Romeo & Juliet Episode    Season 1, Episode 10
12/14/2001: The Lunch Lady Episode    Season 1, Episode 9
12/7/2001: The Exchange-Student Episode    Season 1, Episode 8
11/16/2001: The Mini-Jerry Episode    Season 1, Episode 7
11/9/2001: The Magic CD Episode    Season 1, Episode 6
11/2/2001: The Birthday Episode    Season 1, Episode 5
10/26/2001: The Halloween Episode    Season 1, Episode 4
10/19/2001: The Cheerleader Episode    Season 1, Episode 3
10/12/2001: The 'Hair' Episode    Season 1, Episode 2
9/21/2001: Pilot Episode    Season 1, Episode 1

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Premiered: October 05, 2001, on WB
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Premise: Domestic lunacy reigns in this sitcom about a normal teenager coping with her kooky relatives. Her parents, for example, are ditzy and clueless; her twin sisters are terrors; and one brother's a budding criminal. The show was filmed without an audience or a laugh track, like `Malcolm in the Middle,' with which it was favorably compared. Unlike `Malcolm,' this series never scored well in the ratings.

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