When Jack needs a new cell phone, he asked Mary to be on her plan; but in return must help her get rid of her boyfriend. Trying to give the bad news to her boyfriend, he doesn’t accept and his handcuffed to Jack’s mother’s stairlift. Jack plays into Mary until it was too late and she goes back to him. That is until Jack stops her and tells her that she can do a lot better than with that guy; in return, the two will share a phone plan and get out of being handcuffed as well.
Principal Ralph can’t take the stress of informing his staff of the cuts and moves. But that’s when Anthony came in to interview Ralph for the school paper; Anthony helps give the bad news and is given the power to tell everyone from the gym coach to janitor about the changes. Even trying to get out of a B- grade but Helen took care of that after noticing he dipping the chip into way too much dip.
"Handcuffed” was a very good episode. I enjoyed a lot from Mary and Jack’s friendship story to Anthony’s reign of power. But the one that really had me laughing was Paula Pell’s performance as Helen stealing scenes and that dipping the chip into way too much dip was so funny. Overall, I give this episode an 8.5/10.
There’s a talent show but will Jack and his class win it?
As the school talent show is about to begin, Jack thinks he can win it with his class and after searching for some talent from his class he had found it. It was a play and while at first, it was a good idea; Jack turned it and went a whole other direction by using what everyone likes in entertainment from dub music to dancing. At first, it wasn’t going so well until Jack went back to the original idea and won the show.
Meanwhile, Mary and Stef try to help Michelle out with her bell concert for the talent show but instead Michelle does it all on her own. While Helen and Ralph come up with who will be the new M.C. the talent show; spoiler alert it’s them!
"Spectacle” was so good with the performances from Paula Pell and Patton Oswalt with their chemistry just put to a whole new level. When watching these two I don’t think they’re doing it on scripted but improvising. I didn’t really like the whole bell concert storyline in this episode because it just left too predictable. While Jack and the classmate’s story was good on average but had a nice ending to it. Overall, I give this episode an 8/10.
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