Well, my wife and I loved it. Its a new flavor to comedy. Funny thing is it brought me back when I was a high school student observing our teachers. It is a Pilot for "Fargen" loud. My wife enjoyed it without the gravitated attention to the immaturity. Guess she has a funny bone. I am almost certain that they will have a more elaborate story and fluidity of the characters when the show airs. I totally disagree with the bias sexist remark that "smart-assed male high school students" probably came up with this. Might be right, but who really cares? Where is the constructive criticism? But there always has to be a villain or pessimist in the bunch. I have plenty of friends who became teachers who share such stories and worse. Maybe you should be cast into the show as the pessimist teacher who complains about what is wrong with everything and blaming the male population for your misfortunes, then gets fired because she lacks depth,flexibility,and the intestinal fortitude to handle "male" humor ."Now, build a comedy around THAT character!!!!" We love this show( my wife and I) because it brings back the funny moments growing up in public schools. There is an elaborated and exaggerate truth to what goes on in this show but, it has me the fan thinking and relating to just about every moment. I feel the characters and relate well. their twisted side to the truth is nothing short of brilliant and to the true nature of what schools have in comedic material. BAM! Anyway... this show deserves a chance to thrive before passing more judgment on its trial clips.
MV- Salute, and out.
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