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"Teacher's Pet" is about a boy named Leonard and his talking dog Spot, who wants to go to school to learn. So, to go to school Spot disguises himself as a boy named Scott and goes into grade 4. He then becomes the teacher's pet and the most popular student at school. Written by
Teacher's Pet is the best cartoon I have watched in a long time. There's no defeating evil monsters, no tired storylines, and no predictable or just plain bad scripts. This show makes me laugh out loud.
The Cast. Nathan Lane definitely deserved the Daytime Emmy he won for lending his voice to Spot/Scot, a dog who desperately wants to be a boy and go to school. Nathan Lane has also done other Disney characters (The Lion King's Timon) but he makes Spot a whole new zany, hilarious character. David Ogden Stiers is the lovable Mr. Jolly, a neurotic housecat, and Jerry Stiller is extremely funny as Pretty Boy, the pet bird. Shaun Fleming is Leonard Helperman, Spot's owner and best friend. You can also hear Debra Jo Rupp (of That 70's Show fame) as Mrs. Helperman, mother and teacher. Wallace Shawn, permanently attached to his cat Tallulah, is Principal Strickler.
What I like about Teacher's Pet: it's never been done before! It's a creative new idea with a great cast and a great script. Even adults will like this one- some of the humor probably goes right over kids' heads. Check out Teacher's Pet on Disney's One Saturday Morning.
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