Green Acres

Season 2 Episode 15

School Days

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Aired Unknown Jan 04, 1967 on CBS
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Oliver spends a lot of time in the principal's office when Lisa enrolls at Hooterville High. In school primarily for a cooking course, she also disrupts history class with her own version of Hungary's past, distroys the womens' showers and explodes a chemistry lab.

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Lisa enrolls in high school to take a class in "domestic sinus".

      • Lisa wears a huge piece of jewelry that she says was her father's class ring. He attended UCB: the University of California at Budapest. He smuggled it out of the country in a jar of chicken fat.

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Tom Blackwell: (teaching Lisa how to drive) Do you know what these are? (pointing to the gear shift) P-R-N-D-L.
        Lisa: Oh yes. that's a pernundel. My husband has a pernundel on his car, too.

      • Lisa: (to Oliver, who keeps insulting her cooking) Every time you open your mouth, you put your foot into it.
        Oliver
        : Well, I gotta eat something with some substance to it. I'm getting beriberi.

      • Principal: Just fill out one of these applications. You address, name, age...
        Lisa
        : Age? Do you have one with different questions?

      • (Lisa is shoving dough into plasic bread wrappers)
        Lisa: I am making you homemade bread.
        Oliver: Homemade bread?
        Lisa: I had a little trouble with the cooksbook. It didn't explain how to put the bread in the wrapper, but I figured that out.
        Oliver: You're going to bake the bread in the wrapper?
        Lisa: Of course. Did you know that you can buy empty bread wrappers?
        Olvier: You can?
        Lisa: No, so I had to buy ten of these with the bread in them.

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