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Head of the Class (1986)

Head of the Class is an American sitcom that ran from 1986 to 1991 on the ABC television network. The series follows a group of gifted students in the Individualized Honors Program at the fictional Monroe High School in Manhattan, and their history teacher Charlie Moore. The program was ostensibly a vehicle for Hesseman, best known for his role as radio DJ Dr. Johnny Fever in the sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati. Hesseman left Head of the Class in 1990 and was replaced by Billy Connolly as teacher Billy MacGregor for the final season. After the series ended, Connolly appeared in a short-lived spin-off titled Billy. The series was created and executive produced by Rich Eustis and Michael Elias. Rich Eustis had previously worked as a New York City substitute teacher while hoping to become an actor.

Release Date: Wed, Sep 17, 1986

Country: US
Language: En
Runtime: 22

Rain Pryor
Theola June 'T.J.' Jones
Billy Connolly
Billy MacGregor
Jeannetta Arnette
Bernadette Meara
Khrystyne Haje
Simone Foster
Dan Frischman
Arvid Engen
Brian Robbins
Eric Mardian
Dan Schneider
Dennis Blunden
Tony O'Dell
Alan Pinkard
Robin Givens
Darlene Merriman
De'voreaux White
Aristotle McKenzie
William G. Schilling
Dr. Harold Samuels
Lara Piper
Viki Amory

Season 5:

Where's Charlie?
Episode 1: Where's Charlie? (Sep 11, 1990)
Charlie doesn't return for the new school year and the Kids are wondering where's Charlie? Charlie found an acting gig and left and now the students have a new teacher, Billy MacGregor.
Getting Personal
Episode 2: Getting Personal (Oct 09, 1990)
Billy tries the personals ads.
Twelve Angry Nerds
Episode 3: Twelve Angry Nerds (Sep 18, 1990)
When Alan is caught cheating, Billy has the class act as a jury to decide his punishment.
And Then There Were None
Episode 4: And Then There Were None (Oct 02, 1990)
Arvid's infectious flu may keep the class from performing in a Shakespeare competition.
The Heartbreak Nerd
Episode 5: The Heartbreak Nerd (Sep 25, 1990)
Arvid goes out with gorgeous Viki.
Napoleon Blown Apart
Episode 6: Napoleon Blown Apart (Oct 16, 1990)
Inspired by his French class, Eric goes to ""find himself"" in Paris.
Billy's Big One
Episode 7: Billy's Big One (Oct 23, 1990)
Billy fakes a heart attack to circumvent a health-insurance bureaucrasy; the IHP girls try writing a romance novel.
Dead Men Don't Wear Pocket Protectors (1)
Episode 8: Dead Men Don't Wear Pocket Protectors (1) (Oct 30, 1990)
After Billy is robbe, he has the class write papers on gun control, leading Arvid to a harrowing experience when he buys a gun for the assignment. (Part 1 of 2)
Dead Men Don't Wear Pocket Protectors (2)
Episode 9: Dead Men Don't Wear Pocket Protectors (2) (Nov 06, 1990)
Bully Zach may have Arvid's missing gun. (Part 2 of 2)
Fillmore vs. Billy Jean's
Episode 10: Fillmore vs. Billy Jean's (Nov 13, 1990)
The IHP class behaves obnoxiously when their bus breaks down at a rural truck stop.
Be My Baby . . . Sitter
Episode 11: Be My Baby . . . Sitter (Oct 20, 1990)
Jasper's overprotective parents hire a babysitter for him -- and to his mortification, it turns out to be Sarah.
Dancing Fools
Episode 12: Dancing Fools (Nov 27, 1990)
Billy and Bernadette take dance lessons at the studio where Alex teaches, and where he's pursued by a woman.
My Son the Primate
Episode 13: My Son the Primate (Dec 04, 1990)
Arvid trains a chimp at his part-time pet store job and, rather than let it be sold, hides it in the classroom.
The Importance of Being Alex
Episode 14: The Importance of Being Alex (Dec 11, 1990)
Simone's reputation suffers when Alex lies to his friends about a romance with her.
Viki's Torn Genes
Episode 15: Viki's Torn Genes (Dec 18, 1990)
At Christmas, Billy helps Viki find her birth mother, but the woman doesn't want to see her.
The Last Waltz
Episode 16: The Last Waltz (Jan 08, 1991)
T.J. turns down Aristotle's invitation to the senior prom.
Most Likely to Be Forgotten
Episode 17: Most Likely to Be Forgotten (Jan 15, 1991)
The kids work on their yearbook, with Eric beginning to regret not having participated more extracurricularly.
The Strange Case of Randy McNally
Episode 18: The Strange Case of Randy McNally (May 28, 1991)
To save Dennis after a prank, Billy creates a fictional student -- who apparently gets the MIT scholarship Dennis wanted.
My Dinner With Darlene
Episode 19: My Dinner With Darlene (Jun 04, 1991)
Darlene promises to treat the class to an elaborate farewell dinner, but then finds her credit card revoked.
The Phantom of the Glee Club
Episode 20: The Phantom of the Glee Club (Jun 11, 1991)
The class learns T.J. is more than just a contemporary-style musician when Billy discovers her operatic talent.
It Couldn't Last Forever (1)
Episode 21: It Couldn't Last Forever (1) (Jun 18, 1991)
With a wrecking ball ready to demolish the school, the IHP class waits to fund out who's to be valedictorian. (Part 1 of 2)
It Couldn't Last Forever (2)
Episode 22: It Couldn't Last Forever (2) (Jun 25, 1991)
The IHP class graduates, with T.J. as valedictorian. (Part 2 of 2, and series finale)

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