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Kyleâ€™s Choice #1
Tonight, the NBC comedy A.P. Bio returns for its second season. Last season, we were introduced to disgraced former Harvard Philosophy professor Jack Griffin, who had reluctantly moved back home to Toledo, Ohio, and taken over as the Advanced Placement Biology teacher at Whitlock High School. However, Jack doesnâ€™t actually do any teaching â€“ he told his students that he will give them all Aâ€™s as long as they donâ€™t report him. Instead, Jack is constantly putting his students to work to help carry out his own personal schemes, such as plotting ways to get revenge on the rival who stole his tenure. As the first season progressed, Jackâ€™s projects also branched out into schemes involving some of his studentsâ€™ personal lives. And while Jack continued to put on this rough, selfish exterior, it was clear that he was warming up to the students and actually cared about someone other than himself. The series also follows the misadventures of the rest of the schoolâ€™s inept staff, including Principal Durbin (Patton Oswalt), secretary Helen (Paula Pell), and the rest of the staff.
The new season starts off with things pretty much the same, picking up in the same school year with Jack â€œteachingâ€ the same class of students. Jack is once again enlisting his pupils to aid in his latest scheme that will hopefully allow him to quickly achieve financial and professional success and get out of Toledo and back to the real world. Meanwhile, thereâ€™s plenty of other craziness ensuing in the main office and in teacherâ€™s lounge.
On tonightâ€™s premiere, â€œHappiness,â€ Jack tries to unlock the secret of what makes ordinary people happy, leading him to a new book idea that he believes will be his ticket out of Whitlock High and Toledo; Mary, Stef and Michelle celebrate a special day.
See what Jack comes up with for his book idea tonight on NBC at 8:30/7:30c.
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