A student teacher joins Kotter's class only to find that normal teaching methods don't work with the Sweathogs. Then she adopts Kotter's style only to find out that it doesn't work for her.

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A student teacher joins Kotter's class only to find that normal teaching methods don't work with the Sweathogs. Then she adopts Kotter's style only to find out that it doesn't work for her.

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2 December 1976 (USA)  »

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Valerie Curtin as Ms. Wright
24 June 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Hello, Ms. Chips" is a title that brings to mind the 1939 British title about a retired teacher, "Goodbye, Mr. Chips." Valerie Curtin, actress and sometime screenwriter, is a fine choice for substitute teacher Ms. Wright, whose latest assignment is the remedial academics class, but she has studied a book about Kotter's old schoolmate Bonzo Maretti: 'There Are No Bad Boys, So Please Don't Shoot!" Kotter tells her about the toughest kid in his class, Benito Bloomberg: "voted most likely to invade Poland!" Obviously she's never seen anything like the Sweathogs, especially Juan Epstein: "does what to whom, don't touch me!" After two shots at the Sweathogs she's ready to quit, but Washington has the best line about her suggestion that she's a lousy teacher: "it's only because we lousy students, and we can't quit!" Just being herself is the answer, bringing up President James Buchanan, such a terrible President that their school was named for him! Helaine Lembeck appears briefly in her role as Judy Borden.


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