For example, on Saved by the Bell, Jessie Spano got hooked on caffeine pills. The next week she was fine, though it could be argued the long term effects of caffeine abuse were responsible for her stripping in the movie Showgirls. Full House had at least two very special episodes. In one, Stephanie Tanner tried a cigarette. In the other, DJ got an eating disorder. While I think you can quit smoking after trying one, I don't think you can just stop having an eating disorder. Diff'rent Strokes put a new connotation to the show's name when Arnold and Kimberly were abducted by a guy while hitchhicking and I guess the dude was trying to molest them (Side note: Arnold's competition Webster had two awesome very special episodes). Then there was the episode on Who's the Boss where Tony realized his tomboy daughter Sam was growing boobies. Talk about a special episode!
Ok, I'm getting off track here. The point of all this is, this is the "very special episode" of The Adventures of Deez and Big Country. For the first time, Deez and Big Country deal with a serious issue. It's just like the very special episodes you are used to on TV, except you probably won't learn anything.
Editor's note: This episode can be viewed as the prelude to the Secret Life of Deez miniseries event.