Older Pete has been dreaming about getting his driver's license for a long time. But when he goes into Drivers-Ed class overconfident, Mr Slurm will bring Pete back to earth.

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Older Pete has been dreaming about getting his driver's license for a long time. But when he goes into Drivers-Ed class overconfident, Mr Slurm will bring Pete back to earth.

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30 November 1995 (USA)  »

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Mr Slurm, shop class teacher, was previous seen in season one in 'Tool and Die' but was played by a different actor, Jude Ciccolella. See more »

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Big Pete has the dreaded Mr Slurm for driver's education.
28 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Older Pete has been wanting to get his driver's license since he was able to walk. Now he is of age and needs one more thing to make his wish come to life, he has to pass driver's education. Pete is so confident that he will pass the course that he does not care that Mr Slurm, the dreaded shop class teacher, will be the instructor for this semester.

But as the course continues, the overconfident Pete learns that driving is more dangerous than first thought. When Mr Slurm sets up a course where he runs over his entire family (and throw in Mahatma Gandhi for good measure), Pete now believes that Mr Slurm has made it so that he will never get his license. Mr Slurm has won.

The episode was humorous but the best scenes involved people other than Pete. Ellen was not doing so well so she had to suck-up to Mr Slurm which was amusing and Teddy got to be instructed by Endless Mike which nearly caused Mike to go insane- those would have made for a show by themselves.

Even with some good scenes the story still did not stir the interest that was anticipated. Had it not been for the Ellen and Teddy side-stories there would have been little to this program. But with the fillers the show was entertaining enough to make for a nice watch.


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