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A spoof of the after-school specials of the 1970s and 1980s, "Strangers With Candy" is the story of 46-year-old Jerri. She ran away from home and became "a boozer, a user, and a loser" after dropping out of high school as a teenager, supporting her drug habits through prostitution, stripping and larceny. She has been to prison several times and wants to be a popular student at Flatpoint High. Possibly illiterate, she tries out eating disorders so people will like her, and at home, she has to deal with her mother's alcoholism.

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Jerri learns that money really is everything when an expensive sneaker becomes the new fad at Flatpoint.
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The concerned faculty at Flatpoint kidnaps Jerri from her cult in an effort to turn her back into a loyal student.
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Jerri (Amy Sedaris) looks for love in the strangest of places when she cuts out on Flatpoint High to join a cult.
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Reality is blurred when both students and teachers take a fake marriage assignment a little too seriously.
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Jerri and Mr. Noblet are involved in an accident that seriously harms Mr. Jellineck.
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Jerri dreams of becoming a cheerleader and attempts to learn to read.
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Jerri must come to terms with the loss of an important figure in her life.
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Jerri tries to find a dream job during Career Week.
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A blind student is determined to play for the football team.
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Swept up in the school's chastity crusade, Jerri learns it's much harder to be a virgin than a slut.
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Jerri succumbs to drugs in an attempt to win the affection of a female "stoner.".
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Noblet grooms Jerri to be a star after discovering her talent for the violin.
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Jerri joins the debate team but will have to endure dangerous physical training for the big competition.
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Someone writes a racial slur on a wall in Flatpoint High, causing an uproar.
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Jerri creates an elaborate scheme to eliminate her competition while vying for homecoming queen.
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Jerri falls in love with a transfer student but later discovers a secret that will separate them forever.
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Jerri is faced with the dilemma of ratting on her lockermate.
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Due to her stepmother's drinking, Jerri may lose the lead in the school play.
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The health teacher gives each girl a real baby to help them learn about responsibility.
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Eager to fit in, Jerri mixes drugs for the most popular girl in school.

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