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A high-school teacher is forced to take on a summer remedial reading class filled with an assortment of characters. Television actors Harmon and Alley fare well here!
Invader ZIM: : -- A short alien bent on conquering Earth poses as a human, and only one paranoid child knows his secret. Warning: Piggies may be involved in resulting insanity.
Irwin and Nergal, Jr. have a punch fight over Mandy's affections. Watch more of The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy on Cartoon Network!
The greatest dragon slayer in the world teaches Billy how to fight. Watch more The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy on Cartoon Network!
Mandy and Billy battle for custody of Grim in the underworld court. Watch more The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy on Cartoon Network!
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The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy -- US Home Video Trailer from Warner Home Video
Summer School -- Charlie is a teenage horror buff and even runs his own movie review website.
Summer School -- A whiff of moonshine...
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Summer School -- The Nazi Hall Monitor...
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Schools out, and Ocean Front High gym teacher Freddy Shoop (Mark Harmon) has big plans: summer in Hawaii. But the schools vice-principal has plans for Freddy, too: teaching remedial English. Aloha paradise - hello, Summer School. Director Carl Reiner (All Of Me, The Jerk) delighted fans and critics alike with this warm, perceptive comedy about a laid-back teacher (Harmon) relegated to teaching a class of likeable misfits, including a slasher-flick addict (Dean Cameron), his wacky sidekick (Gary Riley), and a sexy female surfer (Courtney Thorne-Smith) of TVs Ally McBeal and Melrose Place). Kirstie Alley (TVs Cheers and Veronicas Closet) is the no-nonsense history professor down the hall whos keeping an eye on all the shenanigans - and on the handsome, irresistible Freddy. The road to academic success has never been bumpier, but to earn straight As in laughtertake Summer School.
School's out, and Ocean Front High gym teacher Freddy Shoop (Mark Harmon) has big plans: summer in Hawaii.
Charlie is a teenage horror buff and even runs his own movie review website.
High School coach Freddy Shoop has plans: summer in Hawaii. But the vice-principal has plans for Freddy, too. Teaching remedial English. Aloha, paradise. Hello, Summer School. Comedy about a laid-back teacher who has as much to learn as his class of likable misfits. Together, they survive, goof-ups and good times on the road to academic success... and the self-respect that goes with it. Earn straight "A's" in laughter... take Summer School.
The great El Grapadura is wrestling and Norbert and Daggett can't wait to go.
When Dag and Norb receive an unexpected visit from their dad, the Beavers' dam and lives are turned upside down.
To appear older, Chyna is determined to have a pricey designer book bag just like Lexi's.
In Treasure Hunt, Betsy and her friends learn about directions of a map (North, South, East and West), and how to use a compass and nature to complete Mrs. O'Connor's exercise to find a treasure.
In Betsy in Charge, Betsy and her friends get the chance to understand what it takes to run the school and come to realize how much work and responsibility goes into running the school and being an adult.
In Making Instruments, Betsy worries she won't be able to complete her music class assignment. She needs to make her own instrument in one week. During a day with her Dad at the zoo Betsy figures out the perfect creation for her instrument.
In Dinosaur Dynasty, the class goes on a field trip to the Dinosaur Museum, and they learn about dinosaurs and about what a paleontologist does.
"Big and Little" - Betsy and her friends learn the difference between big and little. There is a funny mystery around Bus Driver Bob and his school bus.
"Computer Fun" - Mrs. O'Conner has a surprise for the class in the library. Computer stations have been set up for everyone! Betsy and her friends have fun learning the basic instructions on how to use a computer.
In Manners Please, Betsy and her friends learn about manners. The class also gets introduced to table manners as they surprise their parents with a parent's day tea party.In Mystery at Lakeshore Farms, Betsy's class learns about sorting and classifying. Mrs. O'Connor takes them on a field trip to Lakeshore Farms where Betsy and her friends solve a mystery by sorting and classifying.
"All Washed Up" - The class learns about personal hygiene and germs. Betsy gets a little carried away and learns its best to do everything in moderation."Space Rangers" - Learning about space is fun for the whole class. Mrs. O'Conner takes the class on a field trip to visit the planetarium.
"Homework Rules" - Betsy is anxious to get her new play-set but realizes that she needs to do her homework first. Understanding rules and why we have them was an important lesson for the whole class.
"Bread And Butterflies" - Mrs. O'Conner brings caterpillars into the class. It's fun for the whole class to watch, and learn how a caterpillar becomes a butterfly.
In Police Department, a police officer visits the class and explains what police do to keep the community safe. The class learns there are a lot of rules as well as different types of police jobs and responsibilities.In Visit From The Doctor, the doctor talks about what's important to say healthy. Throughout the day the class learns about different food groups and that living healthy is fun!
In Newton The New Kid, Betsy and friends learn that the best way to make a new friend is to be a friend, and that being willing to try something new is important.In A Colorful Encounter, the kids divide into groups for an art project involving primary colors. They discover that combining them makes new colors, just as by working together, they can make beautiful pictures.
Responsibilities, Betsy and her friends learn the importance of responsibility. At first they were all unsure and not in favor of having responsibilities but they learn to appreciate and enjoy having assigned responsibilities.
Rules Of The Road, After a chaotic bus ride in one morning, Bus driver Bob explains the rules of school bus safety. Betsy and her friends learn that safety comes first.
"A Whole Lotta Air" - Betsy fears her brother has floated away when she and her friends play with helium-filled balloons."The Fire Department" - Betsy and friends continue to learn about the people in their community with the Fire Department. The class gets introduced how the Fire Department works and how important it is to their community.
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