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Accepted (18-Aug-2006)

Director: Steve Pink

Writers: Adam Cooper; Bill Collage; Mark Perez

Keywords: Comedy, College, Explosions

A slacker unable to get into just about any college under the Sun decides to establish his own school.

Bartleby Gaines, perpetually underachieving slacker and object of his family's near-constant exasperation, finds his attempts to move on to some college -- any college -- after high school met with rejection at quite literally every turn. Determined to placate his parents, an enterprising Bartleby concocts the "South Harmon Institute of Technology" (S.H.I.T. for short), ultimately forced to move forward with creating an actual school complete with real-life faculty and classes when his cheap hoax is convincing enough to fool not only his parents, but hundreds of fellow bottom-tier students desperate to find a school to attend.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Scott Adsit
26-Nov-1965   Pete Hornberger on 30 Rock
Lewis Black
30-Aug-1948   Rants on The Daily Show
Ann Cusack
22-May-1961   The Jeff Foxworthy Show
Anthony Heald
25-Aug-1944   Scott Guber on Boston Public
Jonah Hill
20-Dec-1983   Superbad
Blake Lively
25-Aug-1987   Gossip Girl
Justin Long
2-Jun-1978   Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story
Kellan Lutz
15-Mar-1985   Twilight
Jim O'Heir
4-Feb-1962   Jerry Gergich et al on Parks and Rec
Columbus Short
19-Sep-1982   Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
Maria Thayer
30-Oct-1975   Redhead on Strangers with Candy


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