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When his students seem reluctant to attend the holiday dance, Gabe looks for ways to boost their confidence — until he learns what the real issue is.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Mr. Iglesias from 29 votes.
On the eve of the annual academic competition, Principal Madison, Marisol and Gabe all face tough choices involving loyalty and ambition.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Mr. Iglesias from 108 votes.
To connect or disconnect? That's the question Gabe asks when his class receives new tablet devices. Mikey tries to overcome his shyness with Marisol.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Mr. Iglesias from 32 votes.
After falling back under the spell of her two-timing ex, Abby turns to Gabe for support. Marisol declines to participate in the class's college tour.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Mr. Iglesias from 108 votes.
Gabe meddles in Marisol's relationship with her estranged father, and a yoga class unleashes Paula's pent-up feelings over her upcoming college reunion.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Mr. Iglesias from 24 votes.
Gabe intervenes when he believes one of his students is being bullied. Meanwhile, new school guidelines regarding inclusive language dismay Marisol.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Mr. Iglesias from 123 votes.
When a teacher's strike threatens his students' chances in an academic decathlon, Gabe looks for ways to help them without crossing the picket line.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Mr. Iglesias from 99 votes.
To get his class comfortable with being in the spotlight, Gabe persuades them to perform in the school's talent show. The catch? He must perform, too.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Mr. Iglesias from 113 votes.
Gabe overcompensates after a parent calls him out for having a favorite student. Tony wheels and deals to inflate his scores on faculty peer reviews.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Mr. Iglesias from 28 votes.
Gabe meddles in Paula's love life when she scores a date with a coach who's a well-known player, while Marisol balks at starring in the school play.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Mr. Iglesias from 63 votes.
No good deed goes unpunished for Gabe when he champions Marisol's plan to join a district-wide Green Week competition, unaware of the price he'll pay.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Mr. Iglesias from 59 votes.
Told to find an impartial teacher to grade his class's oral reports, Gabe worries when the most morally upstanding member of the faculty volunteers.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Mr. Iglesias from 155 votes.
As Gabe's friends nudge him back into the dating pool, he pushes Paula to hire a new guidance counselor. Mikey worries about kissing Marisol onstage.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Mr. Iglesias from 53 votes.
On the last day of class before summer break, Gabe learns several of his students are being transferred out of Woodrow Wilson High School.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Mr. Iglesias from 162 votes.
While dealing with the transfer of a star athlete into his class, Gabe experiences an inadvertent stumble on the road to sobriety.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Mr. Iglesias from 119 votes.
As part of his new security initiative, Carlos institutes a clear backpack policy that doesn't sit well with Gabe or his students.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Mr. Iglesias from 127 votes.
Gabe gives his class a college prep pep talk that backfires so spectacularly he begins to question his own career path.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Mr. Iglesias from 67 votes.
To counter his students' pessimism about the future, Gabe makes them create vision boards of what they want in life, an assignment he takes to heart.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Mr. Iglesias from 31 votes.
Gabe's students encounter a comedy of errors after he encourages them to sign up for Carlos's drama class. Paula urges the staff to try a new bar.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Mr. Iglesias from 59 votes.
Marisol questions Gabe's sense of fair play when a football player seems to receive preferential treatment before Wilson High's big game.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Mr. Iglesias from 115 votes.
Last updated: dec 21, 2020
This TV Show is so hilarious from the start it will have you belly laughing all the way through I would highly recommend.
I am a big fan of Gabriel Iglesias and this show is pretty nice. Some jokes are hilarious and the cast is pretty sympathetic. I would give it a try.
The synopsis that is given for this series is pretty general. It’s the end of the school year and a high school teacher finds out that some of his kids are being expelled (for various reasons). Him being the compassionate teacher he is, tries to help his kids so they aren’t expelled and stay in school. And I will admit that is a good hook so someone would want to watch the series. HOWEVER, the show doesn’t just revolve around that synopsis; it’s about much more. While taking a comedic turn, the show does dig into some issues about society, life, etc. while moving on to other matters besides the kids almost being expelled. ==Note: there is some cursing as well as sexual references made throughout the show== Pros.... -:asterisk_symbol::asterisk_symbol: It’s a quick watch:asterisk_symbol::asterisk_symbol: You can’t say you don’t really have time for it since it is so compact. - :asterisk_symbol::asterisk_symbol:The show is pretty laidback but meaningful:asterisk_symbol::asterisk_symbol: Maybe because of its comedic flare, but I didn’t feel as if the show was forced. I actually felt more inclined to listen to the message they were conveying because there wasn’t drama flung ontop of it and not feel cringey about it as if I were watching some Disney shows. - :asterisk_symbol::asterisk_symbol:The cast and their acting:asterisk_symbol::asterisk_symbol: As bad as it may seem, I knew of Iglesias by face and that he was famous....for what though I didn’t know. After seeing this show that’s when I looked up the cast, and I saw he was a stand-up comedian who delivered everything spectacularly. To be at his level, let alone follow after him would be pretty hard. Yet, as a whole, although the rest of the cast wasn’t as funny as Iglesias, they added their certain charms to their characters. Not only that, you could honestly tell that the cast loved to work with each other. -:asterisk_symbol::asterisk_symbol: It hits home:asterisk_symbol::asterisk_symbol: There was actually a few spots in the episodes where I felt that this feels so similar to George Lopez. Even my sister who saw a few minutes agreed. And I’m not saying that just because of the comedy, or that the main characters are Latin. No. More because of the issues that are tackled (but in a school setting) but modernizing them. And if you ever had those teachers who actually tried their hardest to teacher, and cared for their students...this makes you miss them to a degree. Cons.... - At times I couldn’t tell if I was a new day, or the same day
I certainly hope that his costars are on point with comedic timing or else this show will flop by not curtailing Gabriel's massive talent.
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Fluffy is such a funny dude BUT this show is TERRIBLE. Shame. I often wonder what Netflix thinks the general public wants to watch. Smh.
show itself its okay(ish), Fluffy is ok, but the kids (students) are awful except two of them (Marisol and Walt). rest of staff is also okay. for season 1 its so-so, so final verdict will be: 5.5/10
Lately, I’ve been re-watching a lot of tv shows I used to watch growing up. Even though it makes perfect sense, I was really surprised how different was my point of view now, than it was ten or fifteen years ago. Suddenly, my favorite characters aren’t the favorites anymore. Besides, I’ve forgotten tons of what was happening, that’s why I had so much fun re-watching everything. I highly suggest you do the same thing!
Mixing reality shows and food seems like the perfect combination for just about anyone. I always get amazed what some people are able to make under a huge amount of pressure. The cooking shows are so entertaining as well, because it’s always regular people competing. Just make sure not to watch them on an empty stomach!
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