Pogo is appointed as a replacement for one of Suzanne's team in the School Review - but is lacking what Mr. McDuffy calls 'Elegance'. Tucker and Alan buy some cheap champagne, paying in small change, for a prize in a raffle - Mr. McGuffy's not entirely happy about this, but it does seem to have boosted ticket sales. The Review starts with an introduction by Penny Lewis, followed by a song and dance routine with Precious, Suzanne, Clare, supported by Duane, Pogo and Stuart. It goes well, despite some heckling against Pogo. The second item is a comic skit by Trisha Yates which lampoons the teachers, one by one. Following this is a rather impressive Margaret Thatcher impersonation (by Cathy Hargreaves), with Victorian urchins, who get a little carried away with a gruel-fight - Mrs. McClusky does not look amused! As Mr. McDuffy goes out in front of the hastily dropped curtain to apologise, Tucker and Alan pull another trick. Using a cardboard cutout of Eamonn Andrews, Alan appears to announce "Mr. Bill McDuffy, this is your Life", and Tucker's band performs a tribute to the teacher. After the show, the champagne is handed out to the School Governors, and Alan lets slip that Tucker conveniently "won" the raffle competition. Just when things look like they might be ending happily, Mrs McClusky finds out that the takings have gone missing...- Written by Geffers
It's time for the School Review, but will the satirical tone be too strong for Mrs. McClusky?- Written by Geffers
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