Varsity Blues

During half-time, Coach Kilmer attempts to inject an injured Wendall with painkillers to allow him to play despite the fact it could lead to a permanent injury. Mox stands up to Kilmer and refuses to play if Kilmer injects Wendall, which would force a forfeit. Kilmer attacks Mox, causing the entire team to turn against him. Disgraced, Kilmer returns to his office and the team win without his guidance. In the end Lance becomes a successful coach, Wendall gets a scholarship, Kilmer retires and Mox goes to Brown University and never plays football again.

LennyAaronRoxx

Continuity mistake: When Tweeder is puling up to Mox at the convenient store he has 3 girls in the car with him. if you look closely when he is driving down the street there is only a driver and no girls in the car.

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Question: Can someone tell me why Ms. Davis is a stripper? She surely makes enough as a teacher so why is she a stripper?

Rob245

Answer: Actually, in the United States public school teachers do not make very much money. While it is unusual for a school teacher to be an exotic dancer (doing so would jeopardize your teaching job were it discovered), it is not uncommon for teachers to have a second job to help pay bills. Exotic dancers typically work nights and can make a good amount of money in tips, so it would be a good second job for a teacher provided you can keep it secret.

BaconIsMyBFF

Thank you but I must disagree. I've read a book by Ann Coulter about teacher earnings, teacher awards, some were caught shopping at fine retailers during school hours, one social studies teacher who made around $42,000 a year had called in sick several times to pursue a career in pro wrestling.

Rob245

Well, I'm a public school teacher of 20+ years, and many of my colleagues, including myself, have to work additional jobs in order to make ends meet, be it tutoring, working part time jobs, or working full time in the summer. This varies from district to district and with personal situations, of course, but teaching is hardly a job for people who like to 'shop at fine retailers.' Not that I'm accusing Ms. Coulter of having a political agenda and trying to claim that those odd examples are the norm.

Brian Katcher

Define "enough money"? Some cherry picked examples don't make a universal truth, and you say yourself that one teacher earning 42k had a second job. If you've got multiple children to feed or high rent or high medical bills or a parent to care for even a large salary isn't always enough. A book by a famously controversial (read: biased and hated) author doesn't mean people aren't allowed to have second jobs for whatever reason they deem fit.

Depends on the state. In 2018, schools in Oklahoma were shortened to a 4-day week so some teachers could get second jobs at Walmart to help make ends meet.

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