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When Harvard philosophy professor Jack Griffin fails to get his dream job and reluctantly moves back to Ohio to work as a high school Advanced Placement Biology teacher, he makes one thing very clear: he will not be teaching one bit of biology. Instead, realizing he has a room full of honor roll students at his disposal, Jack recruits the kids to help him mentally break his job-stealing nemesis and win back the position that's rightfully his. From Saturday Night Live alums Seth Meyers and Mike O'Brien.

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Jack takes interest in a revenge mission on behalf of the kids; Mary, Stef and Michelle believe they've discovered an otherworldly presence.
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Jack successfully convinces Miles that Devin is his illegitimate son; Durbin, Mary, Stef and Michelle clash on the Sadie Hawkins dance theme.
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One of Jack's students anonymously reports him for canceling their much-anticipated fetal pig dissection; Jack sets out to find the snitch; Durbin's chances at Principal of the Year are in jeopardy when the superintendent visits.
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Jack takes in Durbin after giving him marriage advice that backfires and gets him kicked out of the house; the kids try to help Jack get revenge against Miles.
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Jack is incensed when his dead mom's former lover shows up and suggests they celebrate her birthday; Jack taps his students to help him retaliate, but they are busy caring for robot babies; Stef's kindness toward the janitor sends the wrong signals.
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Jack finds out his ex-girlfriend needs a venue for a charity fundraiser and suggests a student's house; the kids are inspired by Jack to party for the first time.
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Jack receives an offer from Miles' publisher to write a book of feel-good philosophy, which could be his ticket out of Toledo; Durbin accidentally sets off an emotional firestorm when he reveals who Mary chose as her emergency contact.
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When Jack is attracted to a student's mother at a parent-teacher conference, he feigns interest in her son; a group of parents complain to principal Durbin when they notice a piece of controversial student art from Mary's class.
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Jack reluctantly agrees to go out on the town with Mary, Stef and Michelle; his superiority complex proves difficult for the women to overcome; principal Durbin feels threatened when Helen fills in for him on the school's morning announcements.
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When Jack gets into a petty dispute with the student council president, the situation escalates much too far; Stef sells makeup at school as a side business.
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Jack puts his students on a new revenge mission; Helen, Principal Durbin's secretary, relentlessly tries to get Jack to make something for the annual bake sale.
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When Jack leaves his class unattended, a student gets injured, landing Jack in "teacher jail"; a teacher's union representative sets her sights on Durbin; the students are excited about a substitute teacher until they find out it's Helen.
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Jack decides to use his students to enact revenge on his rival; Principal Durbin struggles to control Jack.

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