[Previously people talking about SRP]
Mikey: Wait, what about study hall?
Other Student: What would elephants need study hall for anyways? Elephants never forget. [Pause] ...Probably huge orgies.
Mikey: Yeah, we used to do that a lot too, until Mr. Schafer came and put a stop to it.
Mikey: Will it be graded 90 an A, 80 a B...
Schafer: It will be graded however I want.
Mikey: So not according to MCPS?
Schafer: What have we ever done in this class that adheres to MCPS policy?
Jacob: MCPS wait time!
Shirley: Equitable practices!
Schafer: Yes, I treat you all the same way. Lousy.
Anand: We raise our hands!
Schafer: *Sometimes* we raise our hands. Good peer relationship-building activities. On the pyramid of good teaching activities, that's the foundation. I swear to god, they have a pyramid! [...] You know what's at the top of the pyramid? Advanced instructional techniques. The last thing they expect you to do. That's the irony.
//Shirley, who recently got a haircut, walks into Math Phys
Kamal: Hey, Shirley got a haircut!
Shirley: Actually, I was hit by a train.
Mikey: Whoa, really?!? Wait, you got hit by a train?! Actually, that's highly improbable. [...]
//when Mr. Pham exits room 325, Mikey is at the board teaching
//a few minutes later, Mr. Pham re-enters the room and Scott Lawrence is at the board teaching
//Mr. Pham looks at Scott, confused, and then sees Mikey sitting down
Pham (to Mikey): Are you guy brother? I walk in and think, you look different! But it not you.
//Mr. Pham walks towards the back of the room, listening to Scott teach
Pham: Guy, you both have the same voice, you know that?
Mikey: We both have annoying voices!
Mikey: I just realized, you could replace "son of a biscuit" with "son of a bishop." A bishop's not supposed to have sons!
Schafer: And biscuits are? [...] See, I can be pretty sure a biscuit won't have a son, but a bishop... eh.