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It's time for a big class reunion. Twenty five years ago today, Head of the Class aired its final episode on ABC.
Created by Michael Elias and Rich Eustis, the sitcom centers on history teacher Charlie Moore (Howard Hesseman) and his group of gifted students at a Manhattan high school. William G. Schilling played the principal and Charlie's students were played by Jeannetta Arnette, Leslie Bega, Dan Frischman, , Robin Givens, Khrystyne Haje, Jory Husain, Tony O'Dell, Brian Robbins, Kimberly Russell, Dan Schneider, Tannis Vallely, Michael DeLorenzo, Lara Piper, Rain Pryor, Jonathan Ke Quan, and De'voreaux White. Billy Connolly joined the cast in season five after Hesseman left the series.
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On this episode of MasterChef Junior, "Head of the Class," the home cooks prepare an incredibly difficult dessert, but it's the pork dishes that will help the judges to decide who will move on to the finals. It's down to the final four, and after tonight, only two will move on to the finale and battle it out for the title of "MasterChef Junior."
The competition is getting pretty stiff folks! With only four “cheftestants” left on MasterChef Junior, tonight’s episode is where the little chefs get their ultimate test. Who can make the ultimate soufflé? Zac is the only male contestant left and if he happens to get eliminated then that means this season’s winner will be the youngest one in the show’s first four seasons. The soufflé is one of the hardest culinary dishes to make because you have to get it just right. The key to making a soufflé is making sure that it rises? But how can one accomplish this? Simply
- Nat Berman
3 items from 2016
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