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Everybody Hates Chris: Everybody Hates Corleone

Fed up with getting a daily butt kicking from his classmates, Chris asks Julius and Rochelle if he can attend the local middle school instead of Corleone Junior High, but when they say no, Chris tries to get himself expelled. Later, Julius is stinking the family out of the house, after starting a new job at a fish market.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x18
Production Number: 122
Airdate: Thursday April 13th, 2006

Guest Stars
Jacqueline MazarellaJacqueline Mazarella
As Mrs. Morello
Jeris Lee PoindexterJeris Lee Poindexter
As Bum
Lynda ScarlinoLynda Scarlino
As Mrs. Milone
Travis FloryTravis Flory
As Joey Caruso
Alison FrazierAlison Frazier
As Performing Arts Teacher
Cary ThompsonCary Thompson
As Bulletproof Vest Teacher
Dan LeegantDan Leegant
As Hebrew School Teacher
Josh ClarkJosh Clark
As Chemistry Teacher
Kelli BarksdaleKelli Barksdale
As Slapped Student
Kool Moe DeeKool Moe Dee
As Old School Teacher
Tim MeadowsTim Meadows
As Soul Train Teacher
Tyler KremerTyler Kremer
As White Kid
Episode Notes
Scenes from this episode appeared in TV Guide a month before it aired.

There are two versions of the opening of this episode. Joey Caruso called Chris a Negro in the final version. In the original script he called Chris a Nigga.

The comment about Broke Back (Mountain) was added after the episode was completed and the movie won an Academy Award.

Guest star Tim Meadows worked with Chris Rock on Saturday Night Live in the early 90s.

Lance Crouther served as consulting producer for this episode. He also wrote episodes Everybody Hates Valentine's Day and Everybody Hates Drew.

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Bill WithersLovely Day 

Cultural References
Lamont Sanford High School

The name is from the television series, Sanford & Son.

Marvin Gaye High School

It's named after the legendary singer who died in 1984.

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