A comedy in the spirit of "Saved by the Bell", "Running the Halls", "California Dreams", etc.: six students (4 Americans, a Brit and a German) go to "The American Academy of Paris", which ... See full summary »
A comedy in the spirit of "Saved by the Bell", "Running the Halls", "California Dreams", etc.: six students (4 Americans, a Brit and a German) go to "The American Academy of Paris", which is run by a stuffy British Headmaster, but who are taught by a gorgeous Dutch teacher. Hilarity ensues. Written by
Ian J. Ball <IJBall@aol.com>
I cannot live with you anymore.
Well, start packing, girl!
I'm not moving out. Please. That's so juvenile.
I'm putting a line down the middle of the room!
This is completely ridiculous.
Nonsense. I've seen it on television a million times, and it always works!
[pulls out a roll of tape drammatically]
First, there was the Great Wall of China.
[stretches the tape drammatically]
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International students attend an elite academy in Paris
I grew up on "Saved by the Bell", and I don't see any previous plot holes changed here. Now that I look back on it, SBTB was dependent on a lot of suspended disbelief, and not that of sci-fi movies or action movies. They were just stupid things, like scams that would never work, a very close knit relationship with your principal, the same room for every character but just with different posters up on the wall. USA High is all that, plus a complete lack of character development or charisma. I can't even bear to watch the end title, the music, fake scenery and dialogue are corny, transparent, and aren't even remotely funny.
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