As Carol's pregnancy progresses, the family are helping with the chores. However, they don't come up to her standards. Dana and Cody are made history tutors for some struggling students, but it's Cody's approach that connects with them.

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Dana is proud as a peacock to be selected as tutor for a remedial class- till she learns her colleague is Cody, nobody pays any attention to Miss Foster's dry academic lecture on the Civil War but Codeman's reconstruction of Gettysburg is a regular hit with the kids. The bunch of lifetime losers must be prepared in two weeks because Cody enrolled the class for the TV Quiz It's Aademic... Meanwhile Frank got the other kids to help with housework for the unborn baby's sake, but Carol can't accept anything they do without minutely following her utterly obsessive perfectionist rules, till she sees young Brendan got so worried that the boy started doing that nonsense at night... Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Family | Romance

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17 February 1995 (USA)  »

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The title is from TV series Head of the Class (1986) about a classroom of overachievers taught by Howard Hesseman. See more »

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When Dana's students answered the question correct, the points remained the same (45). See more »

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Cody Lambert: History is not just a bunch of boring facts, it's about cool things that happened to real life people like us.
Joseph 'Joe': Man that's bull, history is about guys like me, it's about a bunch of old people.
Cody Lambert: No that's where you're wrong, dude, most of the people who fought in the Civil War were the same age as you guys.
Rita: Cha, no way.
Cody Lambert: Cha, way!
Dana Foster: Cody's right, in fact, thousands of soldiers who died in the Civil War were under the age of 18.
Rita: Really?
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