In preparation for our post-apocalyptic future, Judd Apatow has taken some critical steps to protect himself. Presented by the NRDC Action Fund. http://voteclimatepledge.org/
Dave Attell, Judd Apatow, Colin Quinn, and Mike Birbiglia drop names in the elevator of the world-famous Beacon Theater in New York City.
Judd Apatow has always struggled with directing athletes, especially when they’re superstars like LeBron James and Tony Romo.
Judd Apatow interviews an insane number of comedians in his new book. Pre-order the book now at http://www.randomhousebooks.com/apatow
A star-studded Public Service Announcement for http://AJWS.org.
Today’s youth have so many more ways to get into trouble. With cell phones and the interweb, there’s no telling what kids are up to! Fortunately, Teach is young and in touch and knows just what to say about responsible use of technology when Calvin gets himself into e-trouble.
On a very special episode of “Yo Teach”, Mr. Bradford confronts Ca’Shawn about her latest excuse to not do homework: pregnancy. As always, Teach keeps it real and shows Ca’Shawn what it means to be a student…even when you’re studying for two! (Kids, make sure to watch this one with your parents)
In this episode, Mandi stays after class to “help” Teach. She may not be the brightest student in class, but she’s got some positive traits–traits she’d like to use on Teach! Will Mr. B give in to pupil pressure? Will Mandi get what she wants? What will Miss Pruitt think?!
Teach’s brightest student–check that. Teach’s ONLY bright student, the Asian-American Miki, is doing so well he’s ready to promote her to an upper-level class. But Teach is in for quite a surprise when he hears Miki’s response.
A scene from the upcoming season of NBC’s “Yo Teach!” starring Mark Taylor Jackson. In this episode, Mr. Bradford schools the kids on the greatest rapper of all time.
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