Sit Down, Shut Up (2009 TV series)

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Sit Down, Shut Up is an American adult animated television series created by Mitchell Hurwitz for the Fox network. The series focuses on a group of high school teachers in a small town in Florida "who don't care about teaching".

Episodes[edit]

Pilot[edit]

[Stuart discovers that the pills he had been taking were female hormone replacements.]
Stuart: So if I stop taking the pills, these hideous breasts will go away?
Sue: That's right.
[Pause as Stuart thinks it over]
Stuart: Then I'm going to stop taking them.
Andrew: Damn it!

Sue: I want everyone to show his or her support and by at that game. Teachers and students. Any questions?
Willard: Does that include teachers?
Sue: Yes, Willard, it does. I should have mentioned that.

World's Greatest Teacher[edit]

Sue: It was a horrible way to go.
Stuart: Horrible...way to go, George!

High School Confidential[edit]

Stuart: Sue, I wanted to edit a newspaper since the moment you started talking about it.

Hurricane Willard[edit]

Willard: Just being called a male is an honor!

Mr. Hofftard Goes to Washington[edit]

Stuart: Yes, Happy. If we pee, we die.

Andrew: Willard?! The guys like a hundred! He got like one working kidney!

Tackin[edit]

Larry: Happy, if Willard's alive, what were those ashes?
Happy: Stuart give me body. I burn.

Larry: Oh my god! He's having a heart attack!
Willard: Tell mother, yes, she got her wish! [Falls out]

Math Lab[edit]

Kelly: I'm sure you'll agree there is nothing hypocritical about Pflaxo fighting the scourge of street drugs and those of our competitors.
Larry: What you're saying is actually the definition of hypocritical.

Cast[edit]

  • Ennis Hofftard (Will Arnett)
  • Larry Littlejunk (Jason Bateman)
  • Miracle Grohe (Kristin Chenoweth)
  • Stuart Proszakian (Will Forte)
  • Muhannad Sabeeh "Happy" Fa-ach Nuabar (Tom Kenny)
  • Andrew LeGustambos (Nick Kroll)
  • Helen Klench (Cheri Oteri)
  • Sue Sezno (Kenan Thompson)
  • Willard Deutschebog (Henry Winkler)

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