Boston Public

Season 2 Episode 15

Chapter Thirty-Seven

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Feb 25, 2002 on FOX
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Chapter Thirty-Seven
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Controversy swirls at Winslow over a reviled racial epithet, which becomes a heated subject of debate in a class taught by the provocative Danny Hanson, who fans the flames by alleging a double standard. "Clearly," he tells his students, "people seem OK with Chris Rock using the word...But if Garry Shandling did...you'd all be sick." Word gets to Harper, who calls upon Hanson to cease the discussion because "the word stirs up too much hate." But when the teacher persists, the principal trumps him. "Do you think you understand n----r, Danny? Do you think you really get it?"moreless

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    Kimberlee Peterson

    Kimberlee Peterson

    Natalie Stone

    Guest Star

    Aldis Hodge

    Aldis Hodge

    Andre

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    Cathy Lind Hayes

    Cathy Lind Hayes

    Rose Stone

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    Tamara LaSeon Bass

    Tamara LaSeon Bass

    Debbie Nixon

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    China Jesusita Shavers

    China Jesusita Shavers

    Brooke Harper

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    DeJuan Guy

    DeJuan Guy

    J.T.

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      • Union Rep: (counselling Danny Hansen not to continue his class discussions about the power of the word n---r) The politics on that word could spell the end of your career, and not just at Winslow. Choose another topic. Something lighter ... like the death penalty.

      • Marla: (To Steven Haper) Well you better get into it fast, because the parents …you're gonna have them crawlin' up your ass! Not to mention teachers, students, and me! …and I'm not gonna be squiggly like a itty bitty little gerbil! I promise you that!
        Steven: I can do without the imagery, Marla.

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