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Season 1 Episode 3

One Easy Lesson

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Aired Unknown Jan 30, 1989 on ITV
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One Easy Lesson
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A new teacher at the school, Simon Knowles, is having a hard time taking control of his class. Sarah, who is also his cousin, comes up with a plan to do a 'Teacher Profile'. The desired outcome however doesn't come through leaving Simon on a downhill side - unless the gazette team can come up with a plan.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Adrian Edmondson

    Adrian Edmondson

    Simon Knowles

    Guest Star

    David Collings

    David Collings

    Mr Winters

    Guest Star

    Michelle Akers

    Michelle Akers

    New Recruit

    Guest Star

    Mmoloki Chrystie

    Mmoloki Chrystie

    Frazz Davis

    Recurring Role

    Lucy Benjamin

    Lucy Benjamin

    Julie Craig

    Recurring Role

    Charlie Creed-Miles

    Charlie Creed-Miles

    Danny McColl

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • Lynda: You must've been born while I was out.
        Tiddler: Well, I'm always telling mum you don't pay any attention to me.
        Lynda: Who are you?
        Tiddler: Toni Tilledsley, but my friends call me Tiddler, 'cause I'm small and popular.

      • Lynda: Stage three. I don't want to know how you do it, but you get everyone on this list to behave.
        Spike: You leave it to the experts. Frazz.
        (Cut to Spike and Frazz bullying people in the school yard)
        Spike: Tony Robbins, 3C?
        Frazz: Raymond Smith, 3C?
        Spike: Eric Ashley, 3C?
        Frazz: When you get Mr Knowles for English tomorrow...
        Spike: ...on Thursday, you're gonna behave.
        Frazz: Like an angel...
        Spike: But you're gonna make it look like you're being a naughty little boy...
        Frazz: ...a bad little girl...
        Spike: But when Knowles tells you to do something, do it.
        Frazz: Or else.
        Spike: Or watch it.
        Frazz: Or you'll be going home in buckets.

      • Spike: Ping-pong balls?!
        Lynda: Half ping-pong balls! How many of them?
        Colin: Well, they make them in two halves, you see, and they always have a few defective ones left over...
        Lynda: How many?
        Colin: 100,000.
        Lynda: Are you telling me, Colin, that you have spent Gazette money on 100,000 defective half ping-pong balls?
        Colin: It was a bargain! Look, we get in on the ground floor here. It's an investment. It's a whole new concept in...
        Lynda: ...balls!

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