Andrew's musical brings down the house!
When Ennis proctors the standardized test for the gifted students, he accidentally convinces Happy to dump a trailer full of kids into the harbor and forces a temporarily blinded Larry to come to the rescue. Meanwhile, Willard tries to protect Stuart from getting scammed.
Stuart misunderstands his part in Knob Haven High’s anti-drug campaign and builds a meth lab instead of a math lab. Meanwhile, Larry takes the school’s affiliation with a pharmaceutical company a little too seriously.
When Larry plans Knob Haven High School’s reunion, he persuades Alanis Morissette to attend so that Helen and Sue’s all-girl band, the “Knob Girlzz,” can reunite for a special performance. Meanwhile, Andrew plots revenge against Jose Canseco, Larry seeks his long lost mermaid love and Ennis tries to stop Happy from planning what he thinks is a terrorist attack.
When Larry hears from the Deep South Council of Physical Fitness, he attempts to remove all the junk food from the school to help the kids get fit. Willard convinces Larry to give him all the junk food, suffering an unfortunate heart attack as a result. When he awakens, he shares his amazing journey and causes an unexpected frenzy.
On a field trip to the nation's capital, Sue Sezno ditches the teachers in order to testify in a Senate hearing. In an effort to prevent her from going on record stating Knob Haven High School is the worst school in the country, the staff splits up and races to stop her. Meanwhile, Ennis's journey becomes personal when he decides to prove his bravery.
When a tropical storm threatens the town of Knob Haven, the high school gym is turned into an emergency shelter. Willard is left in charge of the school, which results in complete chaos as wild animals are let loose and Sue is knocked unconscious. When Miracle’s baby goes missing, Willard steps up to the plate and comes to her rescue.
When Ennis offers to give the staff a course on dating to help their relationship issues, Larry objects to his methods and ends up meeting a mysterious lady from Ennis' past. Meanwhile, Miracle reveals an underground club to Sue that may end up being deadly for both of them.
High school scandals are uncovered.
In an effort to impress the PTA, the faculty and staff of Knob Haven High School throw a party at Huey Lewis' house! In true John Hughes fashion, the teachers decide to shake it up: Larry tries to get Miracle's attention with his "interesting" date, Helen attempts to reinvent herself, Andrew finds his true identity and Willard goes on a booze run in a DeLorean that takes him across town and the time-space continuum in this homage to the 1980s.
When Knob Haven High School has a chance to become a "distinguished school," Larry volunteers to give a speech to the school board in hopes of impressing Miracle. All looks good for Larry until a video of Ennis surfaces online and Principal Sezno replaces him. Meanwhile, Willard volunteers to teach Driver's Ed in hopes of overcoming his fear of driving.
To celebrate the first day of spring, Miracle distributes flowers (at least she thinks so) to the staff. The flowers turn out to be hemlock, and Andrew winds up in a coma. Larry's pragmatism causes Miracle to lose her hippy-dippy spirituality. As a result, Miracle becomes despondent, and it's up to Larry to help her regain her faith. Meanwhile, Helen's grudge against Sue puts the school's spring fundraiser in jeopardy.
Knob Haven High School is in financial trouble, and Acting Principal Sue Sezno must win the upcoming football game to gain alumni donations or face firing a faculty member. Meanwhile, a scandal erupts when pills confiscated from a student's locker becomes a part of Vice Principal Stuart Proszakian’s daily diet.
When Sue gives Andrew an ultimatum to turn around the drama department, he writes his magnum opus, a musical starring the teachers with Miracle as the female lead. Jealous of Andrew’s casting choices, Helen resolves to sabotage the play. Meanwhile, Sue discovers that Ennis is smartest when intoxicated.
The pair break down their characters and talk about working with Mitch Hurwitz.
From Emmy Award-winning writer Mitchell Hurwitz (Arrested Development) and Eric and Kim Tannenbaum (Two and a Half Men) comes Sit Down, Shut Up, an animated comedy that focuses on eight staff members at a high school in a small Florida fishing town (Go Baiters!) who never lose sight of the fact that the children must ALWAYS come second. We watch them grapple with their own egos, needs and personal agendas, their petty insecurities and prejudices, unrequited loves and ruthless battles for power - and that's just at the staff meeting. Sit Down, Shut Up is a series for the young and old at heart. It lampoons modern society while exposing the dreams, flaws and struggling humanity of our first and most formative authority figures: teachers.
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