After being expelled by his school for dragging down their average standardized test scores, Chris is accepted into a snobby private school, which forces his family to struggle to pay the tuition.

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After being expelled by his school for dragging down their average standardized test scores, Chris is accepted into a snobby private school, which forces his family to struggle to pay the tuition.

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The title is an allusion to The Elementary and Secondary Education Act, also known as the "No Child Left Behind" Act. See more »

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In the scene where Lois and Meg are prostitutes when the driver pulls up and asks for "the one on the right", which from our perspective is Lois but from his, Lois's and Meg's perspective is Meg, yet Lois climbs into the car. (Either the creators weren't aware of the driver's perspective and gave the wrong side thinking it was correct, or the scene is mirrored.) See more »

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Lois Griffin: You know, I have to admit that I've always been a little worried about Chris, but, I just convinced myself things would work out for him. But with no education, what kind of future could he possibly have?
Peter Griffin: Well, what are we supposed to do, Lois? It's not like the high school will take him back. And every other school we've tried just doesn't...
[eyes widen looking toward the window]
Peter Griffin: oh... crap!
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Losing steam
31 March 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

See, here's the thing. They're just not trying anymore. As someone who avidly takes into account the ratings posted by viewers, I'm very disappointed in the high ratings viewers have given this episode, as well as the episodes surrounding it.

As far as the Chicken Fight goes, viewers have to begin to see through such acts as the writers just trying to fill up as much screen time as possible with as little material as possible. And as for the Morningwood School, the cleverness is non-existent. James Woods High was funny because the reference was obscure, but Morningwood is just blatant ridiculousness.

I hope that viewers begin to get realistic with their voting.

4/10


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