The Education of Max Bickford

Season 1 Episode 11

Save The Country

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jan 13, 2002 on CBS
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Max is conflicted when his lecture on activism inspires a gifted student who was planning to get her doctorate choose instead to go to Pakistan to teach refugee camp children. Although he wants to applaud Anita's convictions, Max's fatherly instincts make him hope that she'll change her mind - especially after her father angrily confronts Max because of Anita's sudden desire to turn down the financial aid, opportunities and safe environment that Berkeley would have provided. Meanwhile, after Yasmin, a Muslim student, faces September 11-related hostility on campus, Andrea tries to support her while also finding a way to teach Yasmin's classmates the value of understanding those with different opinions or cultures. Isaac Hayes (who earned an Oscar, two Grammys and a Golden Globe Award for the "Theme from Shaft" and is the recurring voice of Jerome "Chef" McElroy on "South Park") and Dan Lauria ("The Wonder Years") guest star.moreless

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    Jayne Atkinson

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