Hey, we've all wanted to do that to Vice Principal Simms. I know I have. But a line has been crossed. You can't eat the teachers, man!


If I'm being completely honest, he does have these amazing balls that I just love to play with. They're firmer and fuzzier. [looks around] Tennis balls! He's my tennis partner!


Clint: So, one of my students tried to another one's face off. How's your day going? I'm really sorry about this morning.
Lucy: What happened?
Clint: When I called your boyfriend a dick. I didn't know you guys were dating, and now I feel really awkward.
Lucy: No, in your classroom. What happened?
Clint: Oh. This girl just went apeshit on this kid. She was biting him. I just sent him to the nurse.
Lucy: Did you send her to the principal's office?
Clint: Are you kidding? I wanted to give her a high five. That kid was a dick.

You still have faith... that's good.


Stay lucky!


And the most terrible agony may not be in the wounds themselves but in knowing for certain that within an hour, then within 10 minutes, then within half a minute, now at this very instant -- your soul will leave your body and you will no longer be a person, and that this is certain. The worst thing is that it is certain.


It could look like someone you know or it could be a stranger in a crowd. Whatever helps it get close to you.


This place is super creepy at night.

Reese Houser

Cassidy Spilker: They say a kid named Charlie died here, and this ghost still haunts this place.
Ryan Shoos: Yeah right!

Ryan Shoos: We gotta pull the fire alarm, somebody will find us.
Pfeifer Ross: [Upon discovering Charlie is standing behind brandishing his noose] Ahhh! No please no!

Beatrice High senior Charlie Grimille died tragically during a presentation of the play The Gallows.

News reporter

[whispering quickly in fright] Cass! There is someone in here...

Reese Houser

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