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Season 1 Episode 9

Episode 9

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Aired Weekdays 5:30 PM Jan 01, 2006 on Nickelodeon
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The School is doing the play 'The Importance of being Ernest'. Of course Bradley isn't interested because he has millions of scripts to choose from to do his next movie. He then comes up with the idea of giving some scripts to Mitch and Bille to choose their favourite. While Mitch is reading one of the scripts in Dorking's English class it gets confiscated. Bradley is now fed up as he has read all the scripts and doesn't like any of them. Mitch admits he lost one to Dorking. Bradley warns Mitch to get it back. Meanwhile Nicole is dating Cameron to annoy Bradley. Mrs Winter tries to persuade Bradley to join the play as the lead is sick. Bradley refuses. Mrs. Winter's then asks Mr. Dorking to get Bradley to reconsider anyway possible. He offers Bradley some favours and FPS (Favourite,Pupil, Status) and again Bradley declines. Meanwhile Mitch is trying to get the confiscated script back from Dorking's desk. He decides to move the whole desk to the woodwork department and cut it in half. Dorking catches him and finds out that Bradley wants that script. He uses the script as a bargaining chip and it works. Bradley doesn't have time to learn his lines. So Mitch copies it up onto a board and stood behind the set. The play goes great for Bradley he steals the show. Cameron doesn't say a word during the play. Mrs. Winters, pupils all congratulate Bradley. In the end Bradley decides not to a movie as he didn't like the new script but broadway instead. Mrs. Winters then tells Bradley he would be perfect for Window Twankie in the Christmas Pantomime. Bradley then decides to read over the script again.

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