Bromwell High

Season 1 Episode 6

Valentine's Day

Aired Weekdays 9:30 PM Mar 08, 2005 on TELETOON
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Valentine's Day
It's Valentine's Day at Bromwell High but Natella has persuaded Keisha and Latrina to not celebrate it this year on the basis that it is a meaningless event when kids just judge people by looks. Keisha and Latrina are not happy with Natella when Miss Dickson decides to send all pupils without cards to "ugly class", but things start to heat up for the girls as Davis - the coolest boy in the school - is seen putting a Valentine's card in Keisha and Natella's box and a fight starts between Keisha and Latrinamoreless
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  • QUOTES (4)

    • ( to Keisha)
      Natella: Well I hate Valentine's Day, it always end in depression, violence or pregnancy. Depending if your me, you or Latrina.

    • Miss Dickson ( to the kids in the ugly class); Just remember, you're not here because you're ugly, you'll here because you're ugly, and it's Valentine's Day.

    • Mrs. Jackson: Yes, but I really must protest,
      Iqbal: You is lucky we is getting cable at these prices
      Mrs. Jackson: Yes but...
      Mr. Bibby: will you stop being so selfish
      Mrs. Jackson: I'm not being selfish
      Mr. Bibby: Yes you are, MY car fell in the hole, MY husband's trapped in it.
      Martin: (from car) Uh, Carol...
      Iqbal; Two words : bread, pork, Dutch, okay, it's four words but you get the point

    • (When Bromwell High is getting cable, there's a huge hole in the ground)
      Gavin: Headmaster, this hole is dangerous, whenever Jesus sees a hole, he fills it.
      Iqbal: Oh, like my cousin
      Miss Dickson: Oh come on Gavin it's not dangerous, there's a huge sign saying danger: big hole. As long as the kids can read we'll be fine.
      ( A girl looks at the sign and then falls into hole)
      Miss Dickson: Or maybe the writing is ambiguous
      Iqbal: Bloody typical, the only kid in the whole school and only this sentence.
      ( Other kids start falling in hole)

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