History YMMV / BadTeacher

29th Sep '17 1:27:16 AM jonathan-sherwin
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** During the teacher dance scene, Scott and Elizabeth sing to "867-5309/Jenny" by Tommy Tutone, and Scott says that they don't make songs like this anymore, with Russell stating that he's working on a song with the similar phone number title. In 2017, Logic releases "1-800-273-8255", and it's taken in a [[TearJerker tear-jerking direction]].

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** During the teacher dance scene, Scott and Elizabeth sing to "867-5309/Jenny" by Tommy Tutone, and Scott says that they don't make songs like this anymore, with Russell stating that he's working on a song with the a similar phone number title. In 2017, Logic releases "1-800-273-8255", and it's taken in a [[TearJerker tear-jerking devastating direction]].



** Becomes [[HilariousInHindsight hilarious in hindsight]] after the 2012 finals, in which James finally won his first title, along with the Finals MVP award.
*** He still doesn't have six though

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** Becomes This becomes [[HilariousInHindsight hilarious in hindsight]] after the 2012 finals, in which James finally won his first title, along with the Finals MVP award.
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award. He still doesn't have six thoughsix, though.
24th Sep '17 2:01:32 AM jonathan-sherwin
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** During the teacher dance scene, Scott and Elizabeth sing to "867-5309/Jenny" by Tommy Tutone, and Scott says that they don't make songs like this anymore, with Russell stating that he's working on a song with the similar phone number title. In 2017, Logic releases "1-800-273-8255", and it's taken in a [[TearJerker tear-jerking direction]].



* MemeticMutation: "IT'S THE ONLY ARGUMENT I NEED, SEAN!" Has become a default when arguing with someone on a message board shockingly fast, as well as a hilarious catchphrase due to the 2011 NBA Finals (both involving [=LeBron=] James).

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* MemeticMutation: "IT'S THE ONLY ARGUMENT I NEED, SEAN!" Has That quote has become a default when arguing with someone on a message board shockingly fast, as well as a hilarious catchphrase due to the 2011 NBA Finals (both involving [=LeBron=] James).
30th Aug '17 5:30:38 PM DrOO7
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* DesignatedHero: Elizabeth is superficial, vain, lazy and mostly incompetent, and yet she is still the protagonist of the movie. She doesn't help her kids to learn (her success is achieved through cheating), she doesn't learn anything herself except perhaps to be slightly less superficial and jealousy causes her to ruin the life of her overbearing but well-intentioned rival. She breaks multiple laws and rules and her only selfless acts are brief attempts to make some of her kids a little more cool. In short she is a terrible person and does almost nothing to justify the fact that the audience are supposed to root for her.

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* DesignatedHero: Elizabeth is superficial, vain, lazy and mostly incompetent, and yet she is still the protagonist of the movie. She doesn't help her kids to learn (her success is achieved through cheating), cheating and even worse, it's not out of any genuine desire to educate them, but to get the money for breast implants), she doesn't learn anything herself except perhaps to be slightly less superficial and jealousy causes her to ruin the life of her overbearing but well-intentioned rival. She breaks multiple laws and rules and her only selfless acts are brief attempts to make some of her kids a little more cool. In short she is a terrible person and does almost nothing to justify the fact that the audience are supposed to root for her.
11th Mar '17 11:18:25 AM creader
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* CrowningMomentOfFunny: "I AM GONNA ROCK YOUR VAGINA!"



* DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale: Or rather, use of date-rape drug is funny when it's female on male.
27th Feb '16 10:11:41 PM SalemWolf
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** She swapped desks to make it look like she was locked out of her own, the janitor wouldn't be likely to help her break into another teacher's desk. She never found the drugs, either, it was Elizabeth who "suggested" there might be a false bottom in the drawer that Amy never knew about.
15th Feb '16 12:36:27 PM DrOO7
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* DesignatedHero: Elizabeth is superficial, vain, lazy and mostly incompetent, and yet she is still the protagonist of the movie. She doesn't help her kids to learn (her success is achieved through cheating), she doesn't learn anything herself except perhaps to be slightly less superficial and jealousy causes her to ruin the life of her overbearing but well-intentioned rival. She breaks multiple laws and rules and her only selfless acts are brief attempts to make some of her kids a little more cool. In short she is a terrible person and does almost nothing to justify the fact that the audience are supposed to root for her.
* DesignatedVillain: Amy Squirrell. We're clearly supposed to see her overbearing, repeated, downright obsessive efforts to expose Elizabeth as a bad thing, which it would be if it weren't for the fact that she's ''right''.



* HilariousInHindsight: Elizabeth wears an "Annie" wig to disguise herself when she seduces the testing official. Three years later, she would be cast as Ms. Hannigan in the ''Film/Annie2014"

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* HilariousInHindsight: Elizabeth wears an "Annie" wig to disguise herself when she seduces the testing official. Three years later, she would be cast as Ms. Hannigan in the ''Film/Annie2014"''Film/{{Annie2014}}" remake.
10th Feb '16 11:33:20 AM DrOO7
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* HilariousInHindsight: Elizabeth wears an "Annie" wig to disguise herself when she seduces the testing official. Three years later, she would be cast as Ms. Hannigan in the ''Film/Annie2014"
20th Jan '16 3:09:02 PM DrOO7
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* UnintentionallySympathetic: Amy Squirrel, while a nagging busybody, is a good teacher who genuinely cares about her students and genuinely likes her boyfriend for reasons other than his money. Elizabeth rudely and nastily rebuffs her genuine attempts at befriending her, then [[spoiler: takes absolutely everything from her and ruins her life]], and we are expected to see this as a good (or, at least, a funny) thing.

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* UnintentionallySympathetic: Amy Squirrel, while a nagging busybody, is a good teacher who genuinely cares about her students and genuinely likes her boyfriend for reasons other than his money. Elizabeth rudely and nastily rebuffs her genuine sincere attempts at befriending her, then [[spoiler: takes absolutely everything from her and ruins her life]], and we are expected to see this as a good (or, at least, a funny) thing.thing.
* WhatAnIdiot: All sympathy aside, Amy was a complete fool to switch hers and Elizabeth's desks. There's no reason she couldn't have gone through it while there in Elizabeth's classroom. And either way, why didn't she report it to someone the second she found the drugs?
13th Jan '16 3:40:24 PM DrOO7
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* UnintentionallySympathetic: Amy Squirrel, while a nagging busybody, is a good teacher who genuinely cares about her students and genuinely likes her boyfriend for reasons other than his money. Elizabeth [[spoiler: takes absolutely everything from her and ruins her life]], and we are expected to see this as a good (or, at least, a funny) thing.

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* UnintentionallySympathetic: Amy Squirrel, while a nagging busybody, is a good teacher who genuinely cares about her students and genuinely likes her boyfriend for reasons other than his money. Elizabeth rudely and nastily rebuffs her genuine attempts at befriending her, then [[spoiler: takes absolutely everything from her and ruins her life]], and we are expected to see this as a good (or, at least, a funny) thing.
25th Nov '15 2:15:57 PM DrOO7
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* UnintentionallySympathetic: Amy Squirrel is, while a naggy busybody, a good teacher who genuinely cares about her students. Elizabeth [[spoiler: takes absolutely everything from her and ruins her life]], and we are expected to see this as a good (or, at least, a funny) thing.

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* UnintentionallySympathetic: Amy Squirrel is, Squirrel, while a naggy nagging busybody, is a good teacher who genuinely cares about her students.students and genuinely likes her boyfriend for reasons other than his money. Elizabeth [[spoiler: takes absolutely everything from her and ruins her life]], and we are expected to see this as a good (or, at least, a funny) thing.
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