Dime gets a note from Miss Take from a child
protection centre by Daphne Doogida that they are
to pay the kids a bigger wage than what they're
getting which is a dollar a day which Kevin
Somers filed the complaint and can't be fired
cause his father is a member of the poobah.
Mr Nasti the
dungeonmaster tries to stuff Jono's mouth with
french bread for his birthday.
Daphne enters Mr.
Dime's office while he's on the phone and takes
notes on his actions while he's talking on the
phone to find any way to make him guilty by being
hard on the kids for the show in order to protect
After skits are shown Moose tries to interoduce
other skits and Ross interrupts her telling her
she's doing it wrong and Daphne tells him he's
being way too hard on her as she takes her away
along with Rodney.
At a living room
skit Somers talks to Moose and she complains that
guy's talk about themselves too much and tries to
change the subject asking her what she thinks
about his sweater.
Ruth Buzzi's character as the old lady in the
theatre approaches Kevin Schenk asking him if she
stepped on his feet while she went to get a drink
and he told him she was that person and does it
again to get to her seat.
Since Ross can't
get Moose to introduce the show since Daphne took
her away with Rodney, he tries to get Jono to
introduce the commercials but he's stuck on what
to say but Daphne comes to the rescue and tries
to save him thinking that once again Ross is not
treating him well like she thinks that he is
doing the same to the rest of them.
After the commercial break, Ross tries to trick
Somers into giving him 45 dollars saying dumb's
the word and Daphne catches him in the act and
makes him return the money to him and then taking
him away after Somers thinks that he's in trouble
with the show.
At the Network
Canteen, Schenk realises that there's a hair
roller in his soup as Lois shows up and tells him
that he found her hair curler and was looking all
over for it.
While the kids are
making more money and are taken away Moose finds
the time to introduce the musical guest of the
week which is Kevin Page and he tells her he is
performing a song dedicated to her which is
called "Poor Little Rich Girl"
After the song is over Daphne talks to the kids
that are all at the Network Canteen that things
are going to change and no abuse will come to
them. They think it's all great until she tells
them that they all have to go back to school but
this time they are disappointed and refuse cause
they don't get paid for learning there. Then Mr.
Dime comes in and shows Daphne a new contract the
T.H.E. Television Network made on making a proper
deal for the kids so this time they don't have to
go back to school and Daphne lucks out.
In the end the kids think that it's great they
are paid more but Ross tells them that Mr. Dome
had to fire the studio crew who clean the place
up sue to that. However, Moose tricks Kevin into
cleaning the place up on their own while they all
head out for the day.
exists but it's a promo copy when CTV
was putting the show together and along with the
blank spots for the commercial breaks.
Unfortunately the audio isn't put in which is a
downfall. The shows in excellent quality and a
special thanks to Jim Clarke for going to the CTV
storage room to dig this one out.
episode exists thanks to a taping on YTV in 1989
thanks to Dan Poirer in which is a 10 quality.
introduces Kevin Page
with a microphone as the dome stage looked
flashier than ever before. But the song doesn't
seem to have been released at all but Page was
really getting on with the song and performs it
the same way like Andy Gibb would have.