Once in a while a teacher comes around that not only keeps the class interested and entertained, but is able to get through to the students. Mr. Rips is such a teacher as he is able to ... See full summary »

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Troy W. Slaten ...
Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)
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Taj Johnson ...
Frank Lemmer
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Mr. Rips
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Eve
Jordan Brady ...
Robert Wilkes (as Jordan L. Brady)
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Kube Jr.
Joseph Conti ...
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Once in a while a teacher comes around that not only keeps the class interested and entertained, but is able to get through to the students. Mr. Rips is such a teacher as he is able to teach in a way that even Kubiac can learn a thing or two. Unfortunatly teachers' salaries aren't able to support teachers with growing families and Mr. Rips is forced to retire to pursue a higher paying job. The class along with Musso has to deal with the likely loss of one of the most respected teachers to grace the halls of Santo Domingo. Written by Anonymous

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5 January 1992 (USA)  »

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After the teacher from hell comes the teacher from heaven...
18 June 2007 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

Hah it's funny that 2 episodes ago PLCL dealt with that teacher that everyone's had (The evil teacher). Now comes "Mr. Rips" the teacher that everyone likes. He makes teaching fun, entertaining, and even educational! Mr. Rips is even able to get through to Larry and he actually absorbs what he's being taught. This is also the teacher that everyone has had and often times inspires their students to excel in other aspects of their lives. The whole crux of the episode is considering teachers are usually under paid (Mr. Rips is no exception) he finally has to move on to something else to support his growing family. Great great episode that again shines a light on this teacher and shows that he is also human. Plus it has fun flashbacks ie. one of Grace and Mr. Rips back as they first got started in teaching (Think big hair and crazy 1970's clothing).


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