A group of gifted high-school students are placed together into an "enrichment" class. Although brilliant, they have much to learn about each other and themselves. Written by
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Howard Hesseman left the series at the end of season 4. Billy Connolly took over the lead for the fifth and final season. See more »
[after the class has made up each other's futures]
Yeah, look at me. I've married and divorced every female in this class except...
[Janice quickly runs to Dennis and holds her hand up to his face]
Don't... even... JOKE... about it!
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This show was definitely entertaining and anyone who says that its lost its humor through time or hasn't aged well is wrong because i am only 15 and i think this show was well written, witty and had good morals. Although I did not see the real point of Billy Connelly starring on the show, it seems it was more a way of showing off Billy's humor to a wider audience. The originals were better but i still find the billy Connelly episodes entertaining. The episode which sticks in my memory the most is the one where they perform their own stage version of 'The Age Of Aquarius'.
This show deserves to be recognized as a truly entertaining sitcom and not as 'second rate'. It deals with issues in hilariously lighthearted ways and is still funny even after 14 years of it finishing.
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