Baby is mesmerized by the latest annoying children's idol, Georgie, an orange Hippopotamus . When Georgie comes to town, Baby demands to see him but Earl will not wait in the long line. Baby throws a tantrum, and in desperation, Earl dons a costume and imitates Georgie to stop Baby's cries. Unfortunately, Earl is arrested for copyright infringement by Georgie's people who called the police and he is thrown into jail. When Fran calls in Georgie the Hippo to clear things up, he has some time alone with Earl as his voice changes stating how he was not pleased with Earl trying to make him look bad. Later that night, Earl escapes with the help of Jean-Claude and Brigitte, two members of a group of parents who see Georgie for what he truly is: a greedy , money-grabbing , and tax-evading racketeer . Earl ends up having to escape prison and call on Roy to help him clear his name by coming up with a plan to expose the evil crooked Georgie the Hippo.
Only ’80s kids remember watching in horror in classrooms across the United States on January 28, 1986, as the space shuttle Challenger exploded a little over a minute after take-off, killing its seven passengers — including school teacher Christa McAuliffe. Then, less than two months later, many of them watched that tragedy recreated on an episode of Punky Brewster . Delivering a class presentation on what she wants to be when she grows up, Punky enthuses about her future as an astronaut, encouraging her teacher to show the Challenger launch live in class. The disaster, which prompted a presidential commission inquiry that exposed shortcomings in NASA’s safety procedures, also causes Punky to second-guess her career aspirations.
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