Bromwell High

Season 1 Episode 13

Sweets

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Aired Weekdays 9:30 PM Apr 26, 2005 on TELETOON
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Sweets
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When the girls find themselves in possession of a truck-load of black market sweets, they quickly discover that the sweets are mind-blowing. With an article being written about "Heads and their Deputies", this is Iqbal and Bibby's chance to shine. But will journalist Steve be more interested with the fact that kid's heads are exploding?moreless
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  • Kids heads blow up! What isn't funny about that?

    8.9
    Kids heads blow up! What isn't funny about that?



    Nothing thats what. This episode is an excellent parody of drug dealing when Keisha and Latrina start selling dangerous sweets to the kids of Bromwell High. Which cause the kids heads to blow up and that gets the media's attention. This whole episode is just plain silly.

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • This is the second time somebody in the show says, " This is politicial correctness gone mad." The first time in No More Teachers, when Mr. Bibby found out that kidnapping is illegal and in this episode when Natella wanted to buy dangerous sweets.

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Reporter: Do you have anything to say in response to the charges?
      Iqbal: Yeah (Flips off reporters) Go fuck your mother!
      Mr. Bibby: No comment.

    • Keisha: Sweets! Sweets!
      Latrina: They're dangerous.
      Keisha: Sweets! Sweets!
      Latrina: You could die!
      Keisha: Sweets! Sweets!
      Latrina: At the very least you'll definitely wet yourself!

    • (Keisha is speaking in riddles)
      Latrina: What class do we have next?
      Keisha: Across the channel lies a land, whose words we fail to understand
      Latrina: Ah, french
      Keisha: Double chemistry

  • NOTES (1)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Iqbal: Are you free?
      When Iqbal is talking about funny gay men on television, he does an impression of Mr. Humphries, from the British television series Are You Being Served?.

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