When Malcolm becomes editor of the high school literary magazine, the principal instructs him to censor a well-written story; Lois encourages Hal to flirt with a new supervisor so he can ... See full summary »

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Hal
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Dewey
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When Malcolm becomes editor of the high school literary magazine, the principal instructs him to censor a well-written story; Lois encourages Hal to flirt with a new supervisor so he can keep his job; Francis teaches Otto how to waltz; and Reese pulls a prank on Dewey. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Family

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11 January 2004 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The school magazine is named "the crystal ship" which is a reference to one of the founders of the ACLU and a leading feminist of her day, Crystal Catherine Eastman. See more »

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The gap between Hal's & Reeses's chair at the dinner table changes according to camera angle. See more »

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Lois: [Malcolm is in trouble after he chooses to publish an expletive-laced story in his school's literary magazine] What's her name?
Malcolm: Who?
Lois: The girl you're trying to impress. Hope she's cute.
Malcolm: [exasperated] This isn't about a girl!
Reese: A girl wrote the dirty story.
Hal: Oh, son, you want to be careful. A girl who writes dirty stories sounds a little advanced for you.
Malcolm: That's not what this is about! Ronnie's a lesbian.
Lois: Well, maybe she wouldn't be a lesbian if you tucked in your shirt once in a while.
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References The Karate Kid (1984) See more »

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