// Ostrander spontaneously walks into 317 Ostrander: You have a projector and a Promethean Board. Stein: The TV? Ostrander: Yeah, you have like two projectors. Stein: It's a multimedia classroom. Ostrander: If we remove that one, would you be offended? *referring to the pre-Promethean era ceiling-mounted projector* Stein: That one? Yeah, I'll be offended! I need that... *referring to the Promethean projector* Ostrander: ...for... Stein: That's the Promethean... oh, THIS one! *points to the ceiling-mounted projector* // students laugh Stein: I thought you were talking about the Promethean Board and the television. Ostrander: No, no no. Stein: That was there before the Promethean Board. Ostrander: ... that device that no one uses. Stein: Yeah, that can go to 309. Ostrander: Uh... it'll probably go into an English room, but it will go somewhere without a Promethean Board. Stein: But what about 309? That needs it. Ostrander: I know. *students laugh* I don't have any teachers in 309.
//As usual, the Promethean pen is missing Pham: Wait! What do I going to write with?
Mme Loomis: "Je vais le mettre sur le...sur le...tableau magique." Translation: I'm going to put it on the...on the...magic board.
Hinkle: What's a substitute? It's a replacement. Like, instead of using a pen, I can substitute a pencil. Right now, I'm substituting this piece of crap [bangs on the overhead projector] for that piece of crap [points at Promethean board].
Hinkle (imitating student): Hinkle, teach! Teach math now! Hinkle: Uhh... that actually happened once. Should I say who it was? Ahh... well, it was an administrator lady -- not here -- at a little place called Eastern Middle School. 'You're a teacher, teachers teach, you go teach math!' Maybe if I had a Promethean board...