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X-Rated Education 

Carvelli brings in an X-rated film and asks Epstein to show it for the guys. Meanwhile, Julie prepares to show a sex education film to protesting parents. The two films get mixed up and the parents see the X-rated film.

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Gabe Kotter (as Gabriel Kaplan) (credit only)
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Julie Kotter
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Mr. Michael Woodman
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Juan Epstein
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Freddie 'Boom Boom' Washington (as Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs)
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Arnold Horshack
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Beau DeLabarre
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Carvelli
Bob Harcum ...
Wilbur Murray
Jenna McMahon ...
Mrs. Zugler
Stanley Brock ...
Mr. Finch
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Ms. Jones (as Bebe Drake-Hooks)
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Carvelli brings in an X-rated film and asks Epstein to show it for the guys. Meanwhile, Julie prepares to show a sex education film to protesting parents. The two films get mixed up and the parents see the X-rated film.

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28 October 1978 (USA)  »

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When the guys are talking about the x-rated movie in the classroom, the canister with the school's film is on the table closer to the front and Carvelli's movie is the canister toward the rear. When Horshack reaches to pick up the dirty movie, the close up shows him grabbing the one in the front and not in the back. In the following shot the front canister is still there and the back canister is now in Horshack hands. See more »

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Carvelli's blue movie
22 June 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"X-Rated Education" finds Epstein enjoying his occupation in visual aids, setting up a movie projector to show a nature film explaining sex education for the next class. Enter the enterprising Carvelli (Charles Fleischer), who wants Juan to show a little film he brought to school, THE PASSIONATE PLUMBER a most unhealthy choice to see in any classroom. Meanwhile, a trio of concerned parents on a morality crusade arrive to get a look at the 'dirty movie' set up by Epstein, while the Sweathogs are shocked to watch the wrong movie during their lunch break. The outraged parents threaten to have Julie and Mr. Woodman fired, but Juan bravely confesses to the mistake and things end happily for all. One of the better entries considering the absence of both Gabe and Vinnie.


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