Sit Down, Shut Up

Season 2 Episode 1

High School Confidential

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Aired Sunday 8:30 PM Sep 12, 2009 on FOX
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Stuart tries to increase circulation at the school paper by printing salacious stories. Meanwhile, Sue hits Ennis with her car, putting him through the windshield and leaving him there because of lack of insurance. Miracle has to go back to school when it turns out she never graduated high school.moreless

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  • Funniest Episode Yet...SEDANIMAL!!!

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    Ennis is definitely takes the cake in this episode of Sit Down Shut up. Totally funny and completely silly, this episode is an archetype of the series itself. All the characters (except Helen and Andrew) are side-splittingly funny. The best part of the Episode was Ennis' new alter ego "Sedanimal" being part car and part human. Just the ridiculous dialog when he believes he has become a cyborg is totally hilarious. Meanwhile, Miracle and Larry's love for each other begins to bloom and grow due to the fact that the creationist science teacher has not yet received her diploma. The staff decides to put her through "a minimal" education in order to pass her and make her a high school grad. Larry has other plans as he notices that Mircale becomes attracted to him due to the fact that he is her teacher. Laugh out loud episode, it seems to get better and better as we go along.moreless
Kristin Chenoweth

Kristin Chenoweth

Miracle Grohe

Nick Kroll

Nick Kroll

Andrew LeGustambos

Tom Kenny

Tom Kenny

Happy/Interpreter

Will Forte

Will Forte

Stuart Proszakian

Cheri Oteri

Cheri Oteri

Helen Klench

Henry Winkler

Henry Winkler

Willard Deutschebog

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    • In the Mood
      The "Whoop-De-Do Kid" is an allusion to Ellsworth Clewer "Sonny" Wisecarver Jr., who as a young teenager in the 1940s, became became notorious as the "Woo Woo Kid" for having affairs with older women.

      In 1944, at the age of 14, Wisecarver ran off with a married mother of two. A year later, he ran off with another adult woman, Eleanor Deveny, who was arrested and charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

      Wisecarver's scandalous affairs were the basis for the 1987 film, In the Mood.

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