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Louis in the Middle is the sixth episode of the first season of the Disney Channel original sitcom Even Stevens. It was written by Mark Fink, directed by Jonathan Winfrey, and aired on July 22, 2000.

Plot

Louis gains instant popularity when he prevents a popular but stuck-up kid actor named Blake Thompson (Timothy Everett Moore) from choking on the school food. In return, Thompson invites him to become not only a member of his entourage, but to replace Blake's main flunky Ivan (Eric Jungmann). To gain Blake's respect as well as the respect of the other students, Louis trades in his repetitive Marlon Brando imitations, with repetitive Austin Powers imitations. This fickle relationship collapses instantly due not only to Louis' repetitiveness, but Blake's own shallow attitude towards people in general. At the same time he starts to lose contact with Tawny and Twitty, who he believes can't stand the idea that he could have other friends. Still trying to gain the respect of his new friends, Louis attempts another heroic act at a school-sponsored fund-raising car wash, but rather than being grateful, Blake's more annoyed with him than ever. Tawny decides that she and Twitty should shock him back into reality by renting a garden railroad and performing a corny Perils of Pauline imitation.

Meanwhile, Ren offers a suggestion box so the students can improve the cafeteria menu. Larry Beale stuffs the box with insults directed at her, a decision he eventually regrets making.

Trivia

  • The title for this episode is taken directly from the Fox Network sitcom Malcolm in the Middle.

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Media
Even StevensThe Even Stevens Movie
Characters
Stevens Family: Louis StevensRen StevensDonnie StevensSteve Stevens • Eileen Stevens

Recurring: Alan TwittyTawny Dean • Tom Gribalski • Ruby Mendel • Monique Taylor • Nelson Minkler • Bernard "Beans" Aranguren • Larry Beale • Terry Tugnut • Conrad Wexler • Carla and Marla • Bobby Deaver • Ivan • Norman Squirelli

Episodes
Season One: "Swap.com" • "Stevens Genes" • "Take My Sister... Please" • "What'll Idol Do?" • "All About Yvette" • "Louis in the Middle" • "Foodzilla" • "Family Picnic" • "Scrub Day" • "Easy Way" • "Secrets and Spies" • "Deep Chocolate" • "After Hours" • "Battle of the Bands" • "Heck of a Hanukkah" • "Luscious LouGet a Job" • "Movie Madness" • "Strictly Ballroom" • "Almost Perfect" • "A Weak First Week"

Season Two: "Starstruck" • "ShutterbuggedDuck Soup" • "Quest for Coolness" • "Secret World of Girls" • "Broadcast Blues" • "Thin Ice" • "Head Games" • "Love and Basketball" • "Devil Mountain" • "Wild Child" • "Easy Crier" • "A Very Scary Story" • "Sadie Hawkins Day" • "Sibling Rivalry" • "Wombat Wuv" • "Uncle Chuck" • "The Thomas Gribalski Affair" • "Ren-Gate" • "Tight End in Traction" • "Influenza: The Musical" • "Gutter Queen"
Season Three: "The Kiss" • "Where in the World is Pookie Stevens?" • "My Best Friend's Girlfriend" • "Your Toast" • "Band on the Roof" • "Little Mr. Sacktown" • "Raiders of the Lost Sausage" • "Close Encounters of the Beans Kind" • "Short Story" • "Hutch Boy" • "Hardly Famous" • "The King Sloppy" • "Boy on a Rock" • "Dirty Work" • "The Big Splash" • "Beans on the Brain" • "Snow Job" • "Stevens Manor" • "Model Principal" • "Surf's Up" • "In Ren We Trust" • "Leavin' Stevens"