Mr. Seat: I showed [a Japanese movie called Linda Linda Linda] to my ninth grade class last year. Mr. Seat: I was so disoriented. It transported me back to Japan. I walked out into the halls and was like “look at all these…non-Japanese…people.”
Seat: Once I was at a table with other teachers, and one of them saw me eating with chopsticks, and said "oh, I've been to Japan!" and started lecturing about Japan stuff Seat: I didn't want to embarrass her, saying "I lived in Japan for 20 years."
Mr Seat: In Japan, Christmas Eve is a time for couples to go out and have a fancy dinner. Violet: Awwww Mr Seat: New Years is a time to eat a lot of Kentucky Fried Chicken Violet: ...Awwww
Talking about Halloween Mr Seat: In Japan, they love dressing up, You know, cosplay. But they don't go to people's houses. That's just abnormal behavior.
//Someone suggests an idea for a new camera Mr. Bustillos: That's a great idea! I wonder if anyone's ever thought of that before. We should, you know, go to Japan and hire some slaves and get it done.
Rose: Man, Japan is so advanced! They have these things, they have really fast trains, and they have toilets that shoot water at you.
// During Thermo, Schafer is talking about radiation in Ca Schafer: Just a few weeks ago, the media said something that made my whole household explode. They said that radiation levels in Ca have elevated. Someone: Maybe it's because of Japan. David Kaufman: No. Schafer: No, don't say no. It could be because of Japan. Or it could be because someone imported a large crate of bananas. // Did you know that eating a banana gives your body more radiation than living next to a nuclear reactor for a year?
Medley (Duval's sub): Mutations can occur because of radiation, like ultravelvet [sic] light and nuclear radiation. You know a lot of radiation is happening because of the earthquake in Chiner. Class: You mean Japan? Medley: You know what I meant, they're the same thing.
Gibi: Why are all the black boys in the magnet actually Japanese?