Doug Schitt knows the SAT has no relevance to the skills adults need to succeed. He never took the test, and look at him. He's a substitute high school physics teacher living in a suburban office complex adjacent to his estranged wife's SAT prep center after having been fired from his television news job for accidentally exposing himself on-air. It might not be an ideal situation, but Doug is going to make it right. Doug is going to change things for his students, all of whom think he is an idiot. Doug is going to make the world a better place for high school students across the country. Doug is going to fall in love with the right woman. Doug is going to get hoofed in the face by a horse. Doug is going to stab a man with a flaming sword. Doug is going to crash through the window of a fancy dinner party and be treated like a worthless bag of applesauce by nearly everyone he knows. But Doug knows he is doing the right thing. Doug knows they will respect him in the end. Doug Schitt is going to fix the SAT.I wasna#39;tentirely comfortable withthat idea, but when youa#39;regetting free rent for life, ita#39;s only fair that youput upwith a guy who lurks ... didna#39;t know how to add an attachmentto an email orremember toswitch to the neighbora#39;s WiFi when downloading freemovies. ... I started writing this whole thing as part of a jailwide contest to win the wardena#39;s old iPod Nano. ... like Skeeter andBonzo, and then talked amongst themselves about how many songs theya#39;dbeable to fit ontothe Nano, dependinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Doug Schitt Fixes the SAT|
|Publisher||:||Matt Burns - 2014-12-14|