Crouching teacher, hidden hamstring.
The good ol' bad ol' days.
Any way you slice it...
Naughty and nice.
Heather takes charge.
The catfish came back.
Jack goes to Miles and confesses to his current situation, as well as that Devin did not want to hurt Miles when making that false paternity claim. Miles misunderstands the situation but nevertheless reaches an epiphany: wanting to go out into the real world, he later offers Jack his position as chairman of the Philosophy…
Little voices in his head.
This would actually be touching - poignant, even - if it wasn't part of a nefarious plan to emotionally destroy Miles. Alas, the Prince of Darkness Devin just isn't able to lay down the hammer so instead it ends gently and with a bit of heartbreak. And in Jack's case, exasperation. Longer versions of GIFs…
Devin confronts Miles right before the TED talk and it goes as one would expect... that is, if one expects a certain outcome from Jack's revenge schemes till now. Back in the classroom the next day, Jack modifies the plan when he finds out Miles has come to Toledo to spend time with the newly…
Deep into AP Bio Month, we're now moving on to the penultimate episode "Walleye" where Jack tries to derail a TED Talk by Miles with the news that he has an illegitimate child... All he needs to do is figure out which student in his class will be said child. Here are Victor and Heather's…
True to his word.
No offense, Todd. I mean Dave.