Oliver Beene Episodes

2003, TV Show

Episode Detail: Divorce-o-Rama - Oliver Beene

Oliver's joy at the chance to win a “Thunderbird Jr” on the “Romperama” TV show is tempered by a fear that his parents are splitting up. He's already freaked out because his friend Joyce's parents have separated, and he sees “all the signs” of impending divorce in his parents. Meanwhile, big brother Ted is being dragged to “Romperama” (it's decidedly uncool for kids his age), so he feels he must make a public statement about it. Ringmaster Bob: Stephen Tobolowsky.

Episodes: Oliver Beene (23)

9/12/2004: Babysitting    Season 2, Episode 14
8/29/2004: A Trip to Coney Island    Season 2, Episode 13
8/22/2004: Catskills    Season 2, Episode 12
8/15/2004: Fallout (Pilot)    Season 2, Episode 11
6/27/2004: Girly Dad    Season 2, Episode 10
6/20/2004: Kissing Babies    Season 2, Episode 9
6/13/2004: Oliver & The Otters    Season 2, Episode 8
6/6/2004: Idol Chatter    Season 2, Episode 7
3/14/2004: Disposa-Boy    Season 2, Episode 6
3/7/2004: Ward Have Mercy    Season 2, Episode 5
2/22/2004: X-Ray Specs    Season 2, Episode 4
2/15/2004: Daughter for a Day    Season 2, Episode 3
2/8/2004: Soup to Nuts    Season 2, Episode 2
2/4/2004: Dibs    Season 2, Episode 1
5/4/2003: Oliver's Best Friend    Season 1, Episode 8
4/27/2003: Divorce-o-Rama    Season 1, Episode 7
4/20/2003: Dancing Beene    Season 1, Episode 6
4/13/2003: Lord of the Bees    Season 1, Episode 5
4/6/2003: Nudie Mag    Season 1, Episode 4
3/30/2003: Space Race    Season 1, Episode 3
3/16/2003: Home, A Loan    Season 1, Episode 2
3/9/2003: Day at the Beach    Season 1, Episode 1
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Premiered: March 09, 2003, on FOX
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Premise: Early-'60s dysfunctional-family humor, narrated by the (now-adult) younger son, `Wonder Years'-style. The dysfunction comes naturally when Mom is obsessed with Jackie Kennedy and Dad really enjoys being a dentist (it's his hobby as well as his job). As for 11-year-old Oliver, he's the `class clown' whose hero happens to be comic Lenny Bruce.

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