Vice Principals: Season 1

Vice Principals: Season 1

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Danny McBride is the bad tempered, unliked VP of North Jackson High. With the principal (Bill Murray) due to step down, he competes - relentlessly - with the scheming co-VP (Walton Goggins) and an outsider (Kimberly Hebert Gregory) for the throne. From long-time collaborators Jodi Hill and McBride, who previously made Eastbound and Down and would later make The Righteous Gemstones.

2016Rating: 16USAHBO
Comedy

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Episodes

EPISODE 1.1

The Principal

When the principal of a high school retires, his two... More vice principals go to extremes to land the vacant job.

EPISODE 1.2

A Trusty Steed

Gamby and Russell end up invading Dr. Brown's private space... More and the vice principals are surprised by a school evaluator.

EPISODE 1.3

The Field Trip

Gamby looks to impress Amanda on a field trip organized... More by Mr. Hayden, a good-guy history teacher.

EPISODE 1.4

Run for the Money

Gamby and Russell eye a homecoming football game as a... More way to further break Dr. Brown’s spirit.

EPISODE 1.5

Circles

Dr. Brown orders Gamby to lighten up on discipline; Russell... More copes with a disruptive neighbor.

EPISODE 1.6

The Foundation of Learning

Amanda makes a deal with Gamby, while Dr. Brown takes... More a veteran teacher to task over a shipment of missing books.

EPISODE 1.7

The Good Book

Gamby bonds with Amanda during teacher workday; Russell’s patience is... More tested; Dr. Brown deals with the sudden appearance of her ex-husband, Dascious.

EPISODE 1.8

Gin

Gamby and Russell look to finish what they started; Gamby... More confronts Amanda about her relationship with Hayden.

EPISODE 1.9

End of the Line

Gamby and Russell play their end game with Dr. Brown.

Vice Principals: Season 1 | Reviews

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Russell and Gamby have potential to be nothing but caricatures, but in the hands of Goggins and McBride, there's more depth and more mania.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

There are much better shows about lovable losers out there that don't have the same penchant for cruel and dated humor.

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

I was wary of Eastbound & Down at the beginning, but a fan by the end; I expect something of the same could happen here.

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