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The sisters come back to Deloris's show to get her back as Sister Mary Clarence to teach music to a group of students in their parochial school which is doomed for closure. One of the girls, who is the most talented of the bunch, is forbidden to sing by her mother, although the choir has made it to the state championship. A group of stereotypical incompetent monks tries to stop them.Written by
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DIRECTOR CAMEO: (Bill Duke): As Mr. Johnson, Sketch's boss who admonishes him for spraying graffiti and chatting with his friends, when he should be working. See more »
Some of the "La La La" scenes in the new music room show the walls as having been painted, and the piano fixed, before the scenes in which the students paint the walls and fix the piano. See more »
Sister Mary Clarence:
Hey Father Thomas, what's happenin'?
What's happening is I've been sent to deliver a message like I'm working for Western Union instead of the Roman Catholic Church.
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Sister Mary Lazarus says "Now wait a minute!" before the credits roll. See more »
such a pleasure, albeit a guilty one! The original wasn't good enough to warrant a sequel. Nonetheless, the choirs are so talented; their acts never get tired no matter how many times this piece re-runs on cable. Whatever her other pros and cons, Whoopi plays to the ensemble in this one, never the scene hog. What a pleasure to see an icon like Maggie Smith so thoroughly and obviously enjoying herself---ditto Mary Wickes, after being such a steadfast fixture of a supporting character on screen for nearly 70 years, her penultimate screen appearance.
and really that's the whole point here isn't it? simple enjoyment, by actors and audience, in a meld of plots so familiar and comfortable, especially at holiday time. Among them--- Hey Kids Let's Put on a Show and Save Grandpa's Farm... Fish Out of Water Makes Good... Stick Together and Win the Big Game...
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