- 1. And so it goes, gentlemen.
- 2. For the final time...
- 3. Old Glory rises by these hands.
- 4. - Suffice to say, it has been an honor.
- 5. It's gonna be okay, sir.
- 6. I... I just know
that Maria's gonna pull through.
- 7. I'm just so sorry to leave both of you
in this situation.
- 8. Principal-less just as the school year
is picking up steam.
- 9. - But Maria needs me now.
- Uh, Principal Welles?
- 10. I don't want to make light of the
situation, but for my own knowledge...
- 11. And if you don't feel comfortable saying,
feel free to decline...
- 12. - but do you know who will be replacing you?
- Here come the buzzards.
- 13. Why don't you let the man grieve
for his dying wife, huh? Give him that.
- 14. Superintendent Haas has yet
to make a decision.
- 15. Quite frankly,
I could give a damn whoever it is.
- 16. Just remember one thing,
it's all about the students.
- 17. It's not about you two.
- 18. That's very wise.
- 19. I get it. Might take a little while
for it to sink in with this one.
- 20. I hear you loud and clear.
It's a Gamby promise.
- 21. - Go to hell.
- Make me go to hell, Lee.
- 22. - Enough.
- 23. - You enough.
- Oh, fuck off.
- 24. - No, I will not.
- Fuck off.
- 25. - You fuck yourself off.
- Fuck you.
- 26. Just say the goddamn pledge!
- 27. - Fuck-head.
- Shit fucker.
- 28. I pledge allegiance to the flag
of the United States of America...
- 29. and to the Republic for which it stands...
- 30. one nation under God, indivisible,
with liberty and justice for all.
- 31. I'm going to turn around now, knuckleheads.
- 32. - That was a good pledge, sir.
- It was a very good pledge, sir.
- 33. - Ungh!
- 34. Attention, attention, Mr. Gamby.
Please report to the main lobby.
- 35. - Attention, attention, Mr. Gamby...
- Stop it!
- 36. Move, move, move!
- 37. Ooh!
- 38. That was not smart.
Get to my office. Out the fucking hall.
- 39. Come here. Get up.
- 40. Go!
- 41. What are y'all watching, a cage match?
Get back to class, you savages!
- 42. Principal Welles's last day at school.
- 43. And this is the day you decide to throw down.
It's not very respectful, if you ask me.
- 44. Makes me sick just looking at all
three of you. Sick to my stomach.
- 45. You see that paddle over there?
- 46. That paddle belonged to my father
when he was a principal.
- 47. Wanna throw punches in the hallway? I will
pull that paddle down and it will swing.
- 48. - We were kidding around.
- Josh, shut it.
- 49. - Matthew, what happened?
- Oh, I can help.
- 50. He was being bullied.
Didn't throw a single punch.
- 51. Ms. Snodgrass, I know that it's probably a
very dramatic thing for a beautiful woman...
- 52. like yourself to witness such barbarianism,
but allow me to conduct the investigation.
- 53. - Matthew, go ahead.
- Josh is right.
- 54. We were just playing around
and got carried away.
- 55. All right, stonewall me, man.
I can't help you if you don't let me.
- 56. Neal. Mr. Gamby.
- 57. Excuse me, but obviously these two are
pressuring Matthew into not saying anything.
- 58. - Take it from me, he's a good student.
- Yeah, I understand.
- 59. I deal with them on a regular basis.
You're a new teacher.
- 60. You're full of ideals.
Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed.
- 61. But you're a little out of your jurisdiction.
We got a zero-tolerance policy...
- 62. when it comes to violence.
Doesn't matter who started it.
- 63. Everyone gets punished.
- 64. Corey L., five days
- 65. You pop me one more time, you son of a
bitch, I will bounce you out of this school.
- 66. Get up and get out.
I should slap you across your mouth.
- 67. You punch like a woman.
- 68. Potter, Josh Props,
five days in-school suspension.
- 69. Potter, I don't want to
see you in here again.
- 70. Josh Props, I know I'll see you again,
so until next time. Mwah.
- 71. Get out of my face right now.
You make me sick.
- 72. - Mr. Gamby?
- Guess we took care of that, huh?
- 73. I can't believe you're gonna put that
on Matthew's record.
- 74. - Rules are rules.
- Well, if a rule is unfair...
- 75. then maybe it shouldn't be enforced.
- 76. That might be the way some vice
principals operate, but not the way I do.
- 77. - But I have enjoyed this spirited debate.
- 78. - That's it?
- Unless you got anything else to add.
- 79. - I'm gonna check my e-mail.
- See ya.
- 80. Hmm.
- 81. North Jackson High School.
- 82. You know what,
I think you want the hospital.
- 83. What's happening, Dayshawn? What's
the chatter amongst the other workers, huh?
- 84. - Who you all pulling for in the principal race?
- Oh, you know, they pulling for you.
- 85. - But, um...
- But "um" what?
- 86. I don't know
if you well-liked enough, Mr. Gamby.
- 87. You know what I mean?
I mean, people got to like your ass.
- 88. Look... Look at Lee Russell over there.
He laughing it up with them teachers.
- 89. How come the teachers never invite you
to eat lunch?
- 90. They do invite me to eat lunch.
Invite me all the time.
- 91. I choose not to eat with them.
They're just a bunch of elitist assholes.
- 92. I'd rather spend my time
befriending the lower-class workers.
- 93. The guys like you and your crew,
Harold in Maintenance.
- 94. Those teachers, they can come and go.
When you guys call out sick...
- 95. how do the floors get clean?
How do these children eat?
- 96. We call in sick, other guys pick up the slack.
Ain't that difficult to move these trays.
- 97. Look, what you do is very important here,
okay? When I become principal...
- 98. I'm gonna make sure
you get the respect you're due.
- 99. You're gonna get us a raise?
- 100. It's not gonna be a raise.
- 101. I'm just gonna make sure that people don't
look down upon you, like they do now.
- 102. - Didn't know anybody was looking down on me.
- Not everyone. I'm not.
- 103. You know how students look at you,
"I would never want to do that job."
- 104. - I'm gonna change that image.
- If you could line up that raise...
- 105. No raise, Dayshawn, don't ask again.
- 106. You can get me that money,
a brother could use it.
- 107. Jeremiah. Pants up.
- 108. - If you can get me some more of that money...
- Jeremiah, pants up, grades up.
- 109. - Like I was saying...
- 110. This song is dedicated to Principal Welles.
- 111. You're a true hero.
- 112. Oh
- 113. It must have been cold there in my shadow
- 114. To never have sunlight on your face
- 115. But you were content to let me shine
- 116. That's your way
- 117. You always walked a step behind
- 118. Did you ever know that you're my hero?
- 119. No. No. No.
- 120. You're everything...
- 121. You two, I wanna know
what's so damn funny in my office...
- 122. after the assembly.
Do you hear me?
- 123. What is it? Is it her voice that's funny?
Or maybe it's Ms. Welles dying.
- 124. You think that's funny.
It's not funny.
- 125. It's a beautiful moment and
you've ruined it. You ruined it.
- 126. Laugh one more time. Laugh again.
- 127. Put your hand down now.
- 128. Get it away from your mouth now.
- 129. It might have appeared to go unnoticed
- 130. Mr. Sepanik,
please come to the front office.
- 131. Thank you.
- 132. What's so funny in here?
You guys making jokes?
- 133. No having fun at work. Heh-heh.
- 134. Russell.
- 135. - Now, that's...
- Fucking cocksucker.
- 136. Why, hello, Mr. Gamby.
- 137. You remember Donna
from the school board.
- 138. Of course I do.
Hello, Donna. It's good to see you.
- 139. I was just leaving.
- 140. - I'll see you tomorrow, Lee.
- Call me later if you wanna have drinks.
- 141. You ambitious, little weasel.
- 142. Sitting here, kissing the school board's
ass. That's pretty fucking pathetic.
- 143. - And I saw your little fucking sign.
- What sign?
- 144. Don't motherfucking play games with me.
Listen here, you.
- 145. Come tomorrow, there's a brand-new principal
in town, and his name is Neal Gamby.
- 146. Those who want to be catty bitches,
well, they can kiss their jobs goodbye.
- 147. - That is a Gamby promise.
- You're so confident, aren't you, Gamby?
- 148. Too bad the school board's still undecided.
- 149. Pfft. They're not. They know exactly
who's gonna be the principal.
- 150. Why is this job so important to you, Gamby?
- 151. Is it because you got absolutely
dick-all else going on in your life?
- 152. - You wish you had my life.
- A fucking divorced loser is what you are.
- 153. Look at you, just rock hard
at the thought of all that power.
- 154. I know you like to think about my dick,
but don't. Private property.
- 155. - Eat shit, Gamby!
- No, thanks, but have fun imagining it though.
- 156. Tacks. Fucker.
- 157. Make one more fucking sign
and see what happens.
- 158. Go, Janelle!
- 159. - Whoo! Yes!
- There you go.
- 160. - Nice work, baby, nice work.
- There you go. Right there.
- 161. She's gotta keep
the heels down though.
- 162. Hello, Gale, Ray.
- 163. You're late. Janelle just had a
really good run. You missed it.
- 164. I saw it when I was walking up.
Worry about yourself.
- 165. Hey, Janelle!
Good job, baby. Good job.
- 166. - Keep your heels down.
- Keep your heels however you want.
- 167. Focus on yourself, not on negative people,
telling you how to do things.
- 168. - So I got the principal job today.
- 169. "Cool."
- 170. You can go ahead and admit it.
My success enrages you.
- 171. - I actually don't care at all.
- Don't care? Sure, you don't.
- 172. - Of course you care.
- You're right, Neal.
- 173. I'm always thinking about you.
You're right. I forgot it's all about you.
- 174. Well, it's not about me. My mentor's wife
was diagnosed with melanoma.
- 175. - So how silly do you sound now?
- Sorry to hear about that, Gamby.
- 176. That's awesome about the principal job.
You've been working really hard.
- 177. - I knew good things would happen. Congrats.
- Nobody asked you to chime in.
- 178. It's not even official yet,
so don't run your mouth all over town.
- 179. - Being a little gossip, a little hen.
- I'm just impressed.
- 180. Must be tough wrangling them kids.
Don't know how you do it.
- 181. Of course you don't.
- 182. If I told you I stole a man's wife and
family, you'd understand how to do that.
- 183. - Why don't you go sit somewhere else, Neal?
- 184. Chilling with the older guy, definitely.
- 185. - Yeah? What high school do you go to?
- I'm only 13.
- 186. - Hey, Dad.
- Where'd your shirt go?
- 187. - I took it off. It was all sweaty.
- Put it on.
- 188. - But, Dad, it's nasty.
- Put it on.
- 189. - Okay, okay.
- Put it on.
- 190. - Got it.
- Get it. Put it on.
- 191. - Dad, I got it!
- Get it... Get it on.
- 192. Move. Get out of here.
- 193. - Get it on. Push it on.
- Stop! Don't.
- 194. - Gosh, Dad. I got it.
- Look, I'm not trying to yell.
- 195. You've been spending lots of time
with your mom, that's the example she sets.
- 196. But you can't go around
being fast with the boys.
- 197. - That's not how a lady acts.
- All right, Dad.
- 198. Got some good news.
- 199. You're looking at the brand-new principal
of North Jackson High.
- 200. No way. So when I get to high school,
I can do whatever I want...
- 201. - and never get in trouble?
- Well, that's what you'd think, but no.
- 202. Because people expect that, I'll have to go
in the opposite direction, be merciless.
- 203. - Janelle, come on. Let's go.
- Fazoli's is gonna close.
- 204. Ray, I'm talking to my daughter, not yours.
- 205. - She's never gonna be your daughter.
- Wrap it up, Neal.
- 206. Not married anymore.
You can't tell me what to do.
- 207. My dad, a principal. It's pretty awesome.
- 208. It is pretty awesome. Come here.
- 209. - I love you.
- I love you too, Daddy.
- 210. Come on, baby. My little girl.
- 211. - See you, Neal.
- Fuck off, Ray.
- 212. - Whatever you want.
- 213. Neal Gamby,
this is Sterling Credit, a debt collector
- 214. Please return our call
as quickly as possible. Thank you.
- 215. Mr. Gamby, this is Superintendent Haas.
- 216. Just wanted to inform you
a decision has been made...
- 217. and we would love to sit down and talk
with you first thing tomorrow morning.
- 218. Hope you're having a wonderful evening.
God bless, now.
- 219. God, yes!
- 220. Yeah!
- 221. Fuck, yeah!
- 222. Damn, yes! Whoo!
- 223. Whoo!
- 224. Yes, this is Principal Neal Gamby.
- 225. Get your fat ass out of that chair.
- 226. Russell, do not try
to ruin this moment for me.
- 227. First thing I'll do as principal
is fire you. You'll lose everything.
- 228. Your house, car, couch,
anything else you got on layaway.
- 229. The first thing I'm gonna do
when I'm principal is not fire you...
- 230. but keep you on staff as my slave.
- 231. - Gonna take my dick, slap it across your face.
- Shut up, you sassy-ass motherfucker.
- 232. Excuse me, Superintendent Haas is here.
- 233. Thank you, Mrs. Libby.
Hello, Mr. Gamby.
- 234. - Mr. Haas.
- Good to see you.
- 235. - Mr. Russell.
- Good to see you, Jeremy.
- 236. - Sad news about Welles's wife.
- So sad.
- 237. - Gotta use your sun protection.
- You do.
- 238. My wife makes me use a strong SPF
even if I plan on being inside.
- 239. - So smart. Your wife rules.
- Yeah, she's good.
- 240. But we can't just dwell on the past.
- 241. We gotta think about the future.
Talk about what's to come.
- 242. That's right. I'm sure we all know that Mr.
Welles left some large shoes to fill.
- 243. - So big.
- But I think we wound up with the right person.
- 244. Someone with a lot of experience.
- 245. Gotta have experience.
Most important part.
- 246. And someone who's very likable.
- 247. - It's essential to be likable.
- 248. - That's why...
- Knock, knock.
- 249. Ha-ha! Here she is. Gentlemen, I'd like you
to meet Dr. Belinda Brown...
- 250. the new principal at North Jackson.
- 251. I am so sorry that I'm late.
- 252. There's a car parked in
the principal's space.
- 253. Dr. Brown was principal of several very
high-achieving schools in Philadelphia.
- 254. Oh, look at you, being so nice.
- 255. And who's this sitting in my chair,
keeping it warm for me like a gentleman?
- 256. Excuse me.
- 257. - My, this campus is just lovely.
- Isn't it, though?
- 258. Now, North Jackson's not the newest school
in the district.
- 259. But it is to me,
hands down, the most charming.
- 260. Even more charming now
that you're here, Dr. Brown.
- 261. Ha-ha! Why, thank you, Mr. Russell.
Flattery will get you everywhere.
- 262. - I see a bright future for you here, darling.
- Fuck you, Russell.
- 263. - Excuse me, Mr. Gamby?
- 264. - Just saying this is the hallway up here.
- Feeling all right?
- 265. You look a little pale.
- 266. Oh, it must be me.
I tend to have this effect on men.
- 267. - Leave them breathless.
- Well, I know I can't breathe.
- 268. Faculty. Who here thinks that Belinda Brown needs
to take her big butt back to Philadelphia?
- 269. - What's the issue?
- She's gonna run this school into the ground.
- 270. - That's the issue.
- She got her masters from Berkeley.
- 271. I bet she went to Berkeley.
And I'm pretty affirmative how she got in.
- 272. Here's what I'm proposing.
I'm gonna file a complaint with the board.
- 273. - A complaint? What's it gonna say?
- They fucked up.
- 274. They chose the wrong person.
They need to reconsider.
- 275. Maybe make me principal. But what I'm
gonna need for this to work is you guys...
- 276. to sign this complaint with me,
so they know we mean business.
- 277. No, I'm not putting my name on that.
- 278. - Not a chance. Not a chance.
- "Not a chance. Not a chance."
- 279. Y'all never backed me. Don't know
why I thought this time would be different.
- 280. Why don't you shut the fuck up?
- 281. Nobody here wants to listen
to your misguided bullshit.
- 282. If it isn't the snake in the shadows.
Buzz the fuck off.
- 283. - This has nothing to do with you.
- Gamby, I think I speak for everyone here...
- 284. when I say you're a jerk-off.
- 285. And no one wants to sign
your stupid letter.
- 286. - Stupid letter?
- 287. I'm getting sick and tired
of that know-it-all mouth of yours.
- 288. Oh, well, then...
- 289. Make your move, motherfucker.
- 290. - Make your move, but you better have a gun.
- I don't need a gun.
- 291. - Don't need a gun?
- But if I did, I could get a better gun than you.
- 292. Come on!
- 293. - Bruce! Bruce!
- All right, all right!
- 294. - Hey, hey! I said knock it off! Settle down!
- Bruce! Bruce!
- 295. All right! Everybody settle down!
- 296. - Settle down!
- No need to get violent.
- 297. - No violence.
- He talked about bringing a gun to school.
- 298. Oh, you look so stupid right now.
- 299. I don't need any of y'all!
I'll take care of this shit myself.
- 300. - Surprise!
- Oh, shit!
- 301. - Neal!
- Goddamn it, Ray!
- 302. You broke my computer!
- 303. - You don't like the surprise?
- What are you doing here?
- 304. Janelle wanted to celebrate
your big promotion, man.
- 305. - Why are you a part of this?
- Bug here needed a ride, and Gale, she...
- 306. - She didn't want any part of it.
- I should've known you were behind this.
- 307. I hate that you're about to see me like this,
but I don't have the strength to fight you.
- 308. Damn it. Is this what you wanted?
- 309. I didn't get the job.
- 310. They gave it to somebody else.
- 311. - Oh, Neal, I hate that for you, man.
- Why didn't they choose you?
- 312. When you're the person
enforcing the laws...
- 313. you don't get to make a lot of friends.
Not a lot of people like me.
- 314. People like you.
- 315. No, I know it's hard to believe,
but they don't.
- 316. I expect a lot out of people,
for whatever reason, it pushes them away.
- 317. God knows it did your mom.
- 318. Hey, Gale's...
- 319. - She got a shit-ton of respect for you, Neal.
- I'm not trying to get back my ex-wife, Ray.
- 320. - And please stop calling me Neal.
- 321. - can't you get them to change their mind?
- I tried.
- 322. I tried to rally the teachers,
get them to support me.
- 323. But like I said, nobody likes me.
- 324. Who cares about the teachers?
The students like you.
- 325. Don't they?
- 326. The students.
- 327. See? They like you, right?
- 328. No, they don't. You're completely wrong.
- 329. But it doesn't matter.
Because they fear me.
- 330. And that's even better.
- 331. - My bad.
- It is your bad.
- 332. Matthew Potter!
- 333. What's shaking?
- 334. Just waiting on the bus.
- 335. I'm your bus today. Get in.
- 336. So how's I.S.S. been treating you?
- 337. So far so good.
- 338. So far so good? Heh-heh.
- 339. You know what happens
to smart kids like you in I.S.S.?
- 340. You get turned the fuck out.
You know what "turned out" means?
- 341. No... No, sir.
- 342. It's when a straight dude rolls into prison
and gets his ass fucked, then becomes a girl.
- 343. Well, that hasn't happened yet.
- 344. Yet? You've still got
a few more days in there.
- 345. Plenty of time for that shit to go down.
Big boys will come in...
- 346. push a boy like you down, stick a textbook
in your mouth and go to fucking town.
- 347. - You want that to happen to you?
- 348. Yeah, I didn't think so.
- 349. What would you say
if I could get you out of I.S.S. today?
- 350. Get the whole thing wiped
from your record?
- 351. You're good. You don't want that following
you when it comes time to apply to college.
- 352. - I can set you free. Would you like that?
- Well, yeah, but why?
- 353. Want you to organize a mass student
walkout. Arrange all your classmates...
- 354. to get out of school at the same time
and protest how you hate the new principal.
- 355. - Walkout? Like, leave school?
- 356. All-school walkout today.
- 357. Every motherfucking student
in school at 2:03 p.m.
- 358. - Are we clear?
- 359. Boom. That's what I want to hear.
- 360. - Oh, Mr. Gamby, hey.
- 361. - You feeding your fishes?
- Sure am.
- 362. - What kind are they? Gold?
- 363. I just wanted to drop by
and give you a little bit of an update.
- 364. Matthew Potter's a good kid, and you're right.
He doesn't deserve to have the book thrown...
- 365. at him, so I've immediately released him
- 366. Wow. That's a big turnaround for you.
- 367. What happened
to the "rules are rules" thing?
- 368. - Well, I never really said it like that, but...
- Heh. You did.
- 369. Rule... No, I didn't, but rules are rules.
- 370. I still believe that.
- 371. But also fairness is fairness.
You understand what I'm saying here.
- 372. Look, I...
I know things have been crazy...
- 373. with the recent changes, I'm sure
that's why you were popping off to me.
- 374. But I just wanted to let you know that...
- 375. you shouldn't give up hope just yet.
- 376. There's still some adults left here
at North Jackson High.
- 377. Oh, that's... That's...
That's good to hear.
- 378. Yeah.
- 379. You're strong. I like that.
- 380. The tides are turning, Ms. Snodgrass.
- 381. Good guys, they're about to win.
- 382. Look at Lee Russell.
That little sassy cuss.
- 383. Fuck you. That bitch.
- 384. Don't matter. Let them have their fun.
- 385. Sounds like you up
to something to me, Mr. Gamby.
- 386. Let's just say all will
be revealed in due time.
- 387. The revolution will not be televised.
- 388. It's just gonna happen regular
in front of everybody...
- 389. - at approximately 2:03 p.m. Today.
- What you mean?
- 390. - Like a school shooting?
- No, not like a school shooting.
- 391. Don't be scaring these children. I'm talking
about a non-violent, hearts-and-mind campaign.
- 392. - Okay. That sounds dope.
- 393. Oh, yeah. It's definitely gonna be dope.
- 394. Super dope.
- 395. - You're not gonna kill everybody, right?
- I told you. I'm not gonna murder anybody.
- 396. - Oh, we're so happy to have you here!
- Oh, thank you!
- 397. Not yet.
- 398. So I'm gonna need your help planning
my first faculty meeting.
- 399. I want the opportunity to show myself,
but also have some fun.
- 400. Oh, um...
- 401. Ah! Lightbulb! Ice cream social!
- 402. Let them know how sweet you are!
- 403. Oh, Russell, you don't quit, do you?
- 404. Mr. Gamby, what's your favorite ice cream?
- 405. Say who hey?
- 406. - Hmm?
- What is your favorite ice cream?
- 407. I... I hate ice cream.
- 408. I'm lactose intolerant.
Makes me do diarrhea in my pants.
- 409. Can you excuse me
for one second please?
- 410. Did I hear ice cream?
- 411. Goddamn it.
- 412. Logarithmic functions.
- 413. I know that sounds complicated,
but I'm gonna break it down for you.
- 414. And it's really not all that bad.
- 415. Okay, so if you have...
- 416. What the fuck is going on? It's 2:08 p.m.
- 417. - Where is my walkout?
- I know. I tried.
- 418. "I tried, I tried."
- 419. Couldn't talk any of your friends into
leaving school? Kids fucking hate school!
- 420. - Nobody would do it! I tried.
- Get your shit. You're going back to I.S.S.
- 421. Our deal, it's done.
- 422. And I'm gonna find the biggest,
nastiest buck I can to come in there...
- 423. and drill you right in your asshole!
- 424. Look. Speak of the devil.
- 425. Are we done here?
- 426. Well, actually,
I'd love to speak with you a moment.
- 427. - Have a seat.
- Closed, right?
- 428. Yes, Lee. Thank you.
- 429. Mr. Gamby, it appears that someone has filed a
complaint against me with the school board.
- 430. Hmm. That's interesting.
- 431. Is there anything you'd like
to get off your chest, Mr. Gamby?
- 432. I mean, nothing really comes to mind.
- 433. Well, this complaint says,
and I quote, "She's not very smart.
- 434. And if she's in charge,
this school will suffer in a horrible way.
- 435. Dr. Brown only cares about herself.
- 436. She really thinks she's something."
- 437. - Pfft.
- Now, who would write such a thing?
- 438. I don't know. I'm not sure.
- 439. - Does it say who wrote it?
- Why, yes, it does.
- 440. Okay, fine. I'll admit it.
I wrote the complaint against you.
- 441. Mr. Gamby,
I've been doing this for some time now.
- 442. Whenever a new principal shows up
at a school...
- 443. you can guarantee that people feel like
they've been passed over...
- 444. and oftentimes,
they resent the new principal.
- 445. I can live with people resenting me.
- 446. But from now on,
you're going to be very cooperative...
- 447. and very pleasant when dealing with me...
- 448. because if you're not cooperative,
- 449. and if you're not pleasant...
- 450. I will drag your face all up and down
the parking lot of this motherfucker.
- 451. Now, do we understand each other,
- 452. Yes, Dr. Brown.
- 453. Wonderful!
- 454. Now, I would like for you to come in
two hours earlier every morning.
- 455. I want you to jump in
on the morning Driver's Ed program.
- 456. - That means I gotta be here at 5:10 a.m.
- Is that a problem, Mr. Gamby?
- 457. No, it's not a problem.
- 458. Well, if that's all, you're dismissed.
- 459. Have a blessed day.
- 460. You have a blessed day too.
- 461. Oh.
- 462. Thank you.
- 463. Leave it open.
- 464. - Say who?
- 465. - The door?
- Leave it.
- 466. Thank you.
- 467. This motherfucker...
- 468. Belinda's got you by the balls.
- 469. Driver's Ed. Tough break.
- 470. Yeah, at least I'm not bending over and taking
it up the ass with a smile like you are. Over.
- 471. You have no clue. While you've been throwing
your little tantrums, filing your complaints...
- 472. I've been learning her weaknesses.
- 473. And when the time's right, I'm gonna
stab that bitch in her big, fat back.
- 474. - I thought you loved Dr. Brown.
- 475. She doesn't deserve to sit behind
that desk. That should've been me.
- 476. And if not me, then maybe you.
- 477. You need to flip your shit around.
Me, then you.
- 478. Whatever, Gamby.
- 479. Just not her.
- 480. - Fuck her.
- Fuck her.
- 481. Now, she's my enemy...
- 482. and she's your enemy...
- 483. and my enemy's enemy...
- 484. Is my friend.
- 485. Shall we align, friend?
- 486. Let's take that bitch down.