- After-School Special (TV)
"Oh, by the way, who's the guy you bought the test from?"
"So this whole after-school special monologue here didn't make much of an impression on you."
A series of television specials from the '70s, '80s, and '90s that aired around 4:00 p.m. — just in time to catch impressionable teens in front of the TV — these shows dished out valuable life lessons with a side of cheesy acting and bad script writing. With titles like My Dad Lives in a Downtown Hotel, Please Don't Hit Me, Mom, The Day My Kid Went Punk, and My Dad Can't Be Crazy (Can He?), a Very Important Lesson was hidden inside each one, just waiting to be discovered and change kids' lives forever. Wallace's after-school special could be called Cheating Put My Scholarship on the Line, but unfortunately, Veronica doesn't seem to pick up on the heavy-handed moralizing and calls Max anyway.
- 3.06 "Hi, Infidelity"