Anyone watching TV Land's "Teachers," a new show created by the improv group The Katydids that airs after "Younger"? Although the Web-series-turned-sitcom has that throw-everything-and-see-what-sticks brand of comedy that I tend to despise -- See: "Rock, 30" and "Schmidt, Kimmy" -- something about this tale of six elementary school teachers of varying degrees of awfulness works for me so far. (Something about adults who have no patience for children speaks to me.) It doesn't hurt that the hilarious Tim Bagley (Larry on "Will & Grace" and Richard on "Web Therapy") stars as the principal, and that Ms. Bennigan (played to perfection by Katie O'Brien) inappropriately lusts after the hunky dad (played by Ryan Caltagirone) of one of her students, and is barely able to contain herself when the young boy confesses that his mom has abandoned their home.
Ginger Ann Snap, played by Katy Colloton, is also delightfully inappropriate, but all six have their charms -- and I love the kid with "aunt hair"!
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