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[Gary and Wyatt have foiled the plans of Principal Scampi, who has been turned into an evil mastermind]
You win this round, Gary and Wyatt. But just you wait until graduation. You'll never leave the stage alive!
The joke's on you, pal! Because the way my grades are sucking, I probably won't graduate!
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In some ways, I think this series is better than the movie. I like the cast a lot better in the series, and seeing as how you can watch the show every week, ya know...more than 2 hours worth of story! I liked this show a lot when it was on U.S.A. network years ago, but now, it's back on Fox Family Channel on Saturdays. Great idea, because the show is really funny. The production values are decent for a show of the type, the cast can act...and Vanessa Angel, she's somewhat pretty, but I think she's hilarious in this role. Great show, great add-on to the movie. 8/10
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