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Lunchroom, The - Episode 01 'Things Fall Apart' by Bruce Snyder - Comedy - Casey has been dating a girl named Lacie, whose hobbies include drinking and concerts, for only a little bit before she ends it. Casey becomes a bit depressed. His close friend Will Cooper suggests that Casey join his unique group of friends. Brock does battle with his mom's wife, May. And Reicther finds out a interesting fact about his grandfather's funeral. - html format.
Lunchroom, The - Episode 02 'A Tale of Two Brides: A Mormon's Tale' by Bruce Snyder - Comedy - While working on a project, Joel, Casey, and Brock encounter Jordan Jones. A God fearing republican who has a strong hatred for gays...which upsets Brock. Meanwhile, in Geography class, Will and Reicther are assigned to work with Richard, a handicapped person and of course they can't ask enough questions. While all this is going on, Brian tries to call his mother from the Principal's office. - html format.
Lunchroom, The - Episode 03 'Screw Your Spirit' by Bruce Snyder - Comedy - The Gang (minus Joel) are forced to put up with classmates who are extra excited over an upcoming basketball game. Will is accused of having no spirit and being anti-social. Brian and Brock are forced to write a positive essay about the basketball team, which turns out to be more difficult then it appears. And Reicther is forced to sit next to a tuba player during a pep rally which damages his hearing. - html format.
Lunchroom, The - Episode 04 'Hope for the Best, Expect the Worst' by Vincent Biga - Comedy - This time, a new writer tries his hand at 'The Lunchroom.' In this episode Brian is depressed. He feels that because he is fat that he will die lonely. Then during the night he decides to end his depression by contacting the girl he loves. This backfires when she doesn't respond, pushing Brian into a greater depression. - html format.
Lunchroom, The - Episode 05 'All Your Friends Are Doing It' by Bruce Snyder - Comedy - The school druggie, Kirk, tries to get Joel and Reicther to do some acid with him. Brian, Casey, and Brock have to do an odd simulation project for Geography. And Will and Rene have an interesting 'moment.' - html format.
Lunchroom, The - Episode 06 'Testing Burns' by Bruce Snyder - Comedy - It's a week of testing and Will is feeling the effect. He feels like he might go nuts. Brian sees this and has a plan to relax him. The plan immediately backfires. Casey tries to learn how to swim. Meanwhile, a brick is thrown through Brock's front window. - html format.
Lunchroom, The - Episode 07 'Politically Incorrect' by Bruce Snyder - Comedy - The KKK visit town, looking to rid the town of blacks and Jews. There's only one problem...there are none. Across town, the Gang meets Chris, a black British Jew. When the KKK hear about Chris, they stop at nothing to get Chris and the people he's with. - html format.
Lunchroom, The - Episode 08 'Join the Army' by Casey Wrenn and Vincent Biga - Comedy - This week horror writer Casey Wrenn tries his hand at 'The Lunchroom.' In this episode Will fools around with an army recruiting agent. It starts off as a harmless joke before the army guy abducts him. On the following Monday, everyone wants to know what happened. Will, so embarrassed about it, tries not to talk about it. Also Casey's old girlfriend returns and makes him paranoid about something. And Chris witnesses an odd bathroom experience. - html format.
Lunchroom, The - Episode 09 'What Was That?' by Vincent Biga - Comedy - The Gang (minus Casey and Chris) gather at Reicther's house to spend the night. Also at this little get together is Tyler, an old friend of Reicther's who can't stop making fat jokes at Brian. Meanwhile, Casey and Chris plot a prank against the rest of the guys when they find out they weren't invited. Little do they know how big of an effect it will have. - html format.
Lunchroom, The - Episode 10 'Bad Day' by Bruce Snyder - Comedy - In this exciting season finale, it seems like everyone's having an interesting day: After a few set backs, Will finally decides to ask Rene out; Brian gets a response email back from Cathy, but when he sends her an email back, he forgets to put his name on it; Joel's mother announces that she's getting remarried and also tells Joel that there might be a slight chance that they will have to move; Chris finally becomes an offical member of the group; And Reicther and Brock try to still alive when they spend some time with Reicther's father. - html format.
Yeah, we plan on writing them as long as interesting stuff happens to us, and when it doesn't we'll just make it up. Were in the process or writing season 2 episodes already (I'm Vincent Biga if you haven't guessed already)
I say give him a chance. Take a good look at the episode of your series that he co-wrote. If the collaboration made a good episode, keep him onboard. I'll bet he'll quit after reading this thread. If I got bad reviews for something, and found a thread like this about me, I'd quit in an instant. I don't stay in places where people wonder if I belong there...unless I've got something to prove.