Boston Public

Season 1 Episode 11

Chapter Eleven

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Jan 22, 2001 on FOX
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Chapter Eleven
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Coach Riley has a serious crush on Marylin Sudor but is nervous about asking her out due to their racial differences. Meanwhile, Harper is concerned about the cheerleading squad. They have been rehearsing for an important competition, but their new routine is extremely sexual. The choreographer argues that it's impossible to tone down the program, so Harper cancels the meet. Regardless of the consequences, Lisa and Buttle continue to tempt fate and continue their heated affair, and in an effort to help his kids discuss their feelings, Senate forms a "Suicide Club," which outrages parents and faculty alike.moreless

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    Anthony Starke

    Anthony Starke

    Joey

    Guest Star

    Yvette Freeman

    Yvette Freeman

    Gladys Crenshaw

    Guest Star

    Larry Bates

    Larry Bates

    Petie Samples

    Guest Star

    Bianca Kajlich

    Bianca Kajlich

    Lisa Grier

    Recurring Role

    Alexondra Lee

    Alexondra Lee

    Tina Knowels

    Recurring Role

    Edwin Hodge

    Edwin Hodge

    Jamaal Crenshaw

    Recurring Role

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      • Joey: (to Lauren) You know, I suddenly remember why I left you. I was always afraid that one day you'd fall off that soapbox of yours and land on me.

      • Jamaal: You know, Mr. Senate? I'm gonna tell you this because I feel like we have a relationship and we can be honest and stuff.
        Harry: Okay.
        Jamaal: You really shouldn't try to tell jokes. You're not funny.
        Harry: All right.

      • Harvey: Don't sell yourself short, Marla. You've got a lot to offer. If I were forty years younger myself... and blind.
        Marla: Oh, if that's not the pot calling the kettle black.
        Harvey: Why do you have to make everything about race?

      • Steven: Did you talk to Tina?
        Scott: No, I thought I should perhaps bring you in on it since they think of me as a conservative fascist prude.

      • Harry: You do realize you'll officially be a grown-up.
        Lauren: Yes. I plan to eventually drag you into adult-hood too.

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