Classroom
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    Here's a history lesson: From April 2007 until February of 2011, Classroom was Channel 101's longest running show of all time. Tyler Spiers created Classroom in January of 2006 writing, producing and directing the first three episodes. With help from the hilarious Joe Davidson, Spiers started the show as a humble, character-driven pilot and it became the most embraced episodic series, schooling the competition for twelve screenings in a row. With its talented cast of Channel 101 regulars, the creative addition of Mike Rose as writer/producer beginning with Episode 4, and frequent plot hi-jinks, the show maintained its status throughout one of the best seasons of Channel 101. Closing the book with it's thirteenth episode, Classroom leaves behind a legacy of five first-place episodes, thousands of happy audience members, and a show that can teach us all a thing or two about Channel 101 success.
    Classroom's epic finale.
    • Screening:
      April 29, 2007
    • Votes:
      Not Available
    • Audience Share:
      Not Available
    • Views:
      466
    With the help of Jason's Science Fair project, the class gets a hands-on lesson in American history.
    When a cool new poetry teacher stumbles into the classroom, the students find out just how much they're worth. Literally.
    A new student requires some special needs.
    Estranged brothers, family fights, turkey, and stuffing all converge in this touching Thanksgiving special.
    Mr. Miller must save his class from an evil substitute.
    LaShanda tries out Bulemia to impress the popular girls.
    Jason brushes with the dark side of mall photography.
    • Screening:
      July 30, 2006
    • Votes:
      240
    • Audience Share:
      73.2%
    • Views:
      695
    Principal Brockaway lands the school in financial trouble.
    • Screening:
      June 25, 2006
    • Votes:
      253
    • Audience Share:
      72.5%
    • Views:
      570
    Boombox has a secret.
    • Screening:
      May 28, 2006
    • Votes:
      225
    • Audience Share:
      69.7%
    • Views:
      578
    A student's tragedy pushes Mr. Miller to take the law into his own hands.
    Mr. Miller's "unteachables" are challenged to an academic decathalon.
    Spiers and Davidson have distinguished themselves as one of Channel 101's most prolific teams. One month, they're creating your favorite failed pilot, another month they're behind some piece that never saw the light of day, but month after month, there they are. This series marks the second time their tenacity has paid off with prime time status, the first being My American Family. Like their first success, Classroom is performance and story driven, so it's too early to predict where it could go or how long it could last.