Teachers should be an example for their pupils. They are prudent and rational, and carry conflicts, if at all, verbal. The at leastest Andy Campbell (Charlie Day, known as the Lego Movie). The restrained man is overwhelmed with the school day. The bureaucracy is putting obstacles in the way, money is being cut, and teaching posts are to be deleted. It is the last day of school before the great summer holidays. The mood is omitted and serious desire for lessons has anyway any more. An incident will take Andy out of his routine and put the biggest challenge to him: Andy is responsible for the dismissal of his colleague Ron Strickland (Ice Cube). Ron does not want to be happy, but he is not a man of the big words either. He lays down with Andy and wants to settle the quarrel in the old-fashioned way: two men, four fists, after school, outside in the yard. Andy can hardly believe his ears, but even before he can defend himself against this absurd fight, the teacher duel already makes the round. The whole school is on its feet and even the people in the city know only this conversation. Ron is two heads bigger than Andy and looks as if he could smash everything he can stand in the way with a hint of his biceps. Andy has to come up with something, because it’s too late for a coward.
In addition to the two main characters Charlie Day and Ice Cube, Tracy Morgan (“30 Rock”), Jillian Bell (“Office Christmas Party”), Dean Norris (“Breaking Bad”), Christina Hendricks (“Mad Men” Dennis Haysbert (“The Unit”), and JoAnna Garcia Swisher (“The Astronaut Wives Club”). The highschool comedy takes the school day in an unusual way by the irony of the teacher’s perspective and their quirky quarrels. Director Richie Keen had already tested this area with the Comedy TV series “Teachers”.