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Gym Teacher: The Movie - Bloopers: Speaking in Tongues

Roland (“iCarly’s” Nathan Kress) is the new kid at Hamm Lake Middle School and there’s just no hiding he’s a super geek with no athletic ability. Dave Stewie (Emmy® Award-Nominee Christopher Meloni) is the school’s beloved gym teacher who once represented the U.S. in the Seoul Games, but his disastrous go-for-the-gold vault became one of sport’s biggest bloopers. After pressure to compete in the National Gym Class Fitness Competition, heat from the school’s principal (Amy Sedaris, Shrek the Third) and foul play from a rival school’s devious coach (David Alan Grier, TV’s “In Living Color”), turn them into a potentially disastrous duo - it’s going to take a major game changer to bring home the gold in this hilarious Nickelodeon original movie!

Check out Gym Teacher: The Movie in stores February 3rd!




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