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June 22, 2011

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J Alary

As a teacher, I'm biased, but I have to confess that after seeing the red-band trailer for Bad Teacher, I was secretly hoping the rest of the film would be as darkly comical and vulgar and it appears, thankfully, that this is the case. I know some teaching colleagues disapprove of the film (Waiting for Superman is still heavily on many teachers' minds), but were they outraged when Election came out? I would think that teachers, especially our underpaid, under-appreciated colleagues in the USA, would appreciate a vulgar workplace comedy after having to wrap the school year up, marking final exams, finishing report cards and returning confiscated iPods and phones.

llj

I'm so glad that LeBron didn't get his ring; the joke in the Bad Teacher trailer still stands!

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