Teachers
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Teachers
First Aired: March 21st, 2001
Status: Ended
Genre: Drama, Comedy
Network: Channel 4
Summary: Teachers was a highly successful Channel 4 comedy about a group of immature teachers working in Summerdown School, in Bristol. Their expert subjects included ineptness with the opposite sex, beer drinking, and kebab eating. Teachers began in 2001 and in 2003 became the only Channel 4 series to have a third series. In 2004 it broke its own record with a fourth series airing. Unfortunately, in January 2005 Channel 4 producers announced that Teachers had run its course and would not be returning for a fifth series. Teachers main characters were - Simon - The English teacher with girlfriend problems and poor teaching skills; Susan - The Maths teacher - everyone's friend and always on hand for some sound advice. Jenny - The authoritarian English teacher who disapproves of Simon and has a sharp tongue; Brian and Kurt - The two inseperable PE and Computers teachers who provided the show's comic relief through insane stunts and behavior.
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Episode Statistics:
# of Episodes: 40
# of Episodes I watched: 0
# of Episodes I haven't watched: 40
Last Episode I watched: -
Last Aired Episode
Episode Eight
Season 4 - Episode 8: Episode Eight
Air Date: December 21st, 2004, 12:00 AM
Summary: Bob is planning his stag night in Dublin, but Ben insists he can't come- a ouija board predicted he would die the day before- and to ensure going to heaven, he converts to all religions for half a day each. Meanwhile, Penny tries to avoid getting into trouble for having an affair with pupil Anthony.
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Cast
Andrew Lincoln - Simon Casey
Andrew Lincoln
as Simon Casey
Navin Chowdhry - Kurt McKenna
Navin Chowdhry
as Kurt McKenna
Adrian Bower - Brian Steadman
Adrian Bower
as Brian Steadman
Ursula Holden Gill - Carol Schicklgruber
Ursula Holden Gill
as Carol Schicklgruber
Tamzin Malleson - Penny Neville
Tamzin Malleson
as Penny Neville
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