Other People's Children
A comedy about the worse parent/teacher conferences EVER!
Margot Antler is a rookie 2nd grade teacher about to experience the insanity of parent/teacher conferences for the first time! In each episode, she finds herself across the table from adults behaving like children, and comes to realize it's not her students who have problems, it's their parents.
Experiencing parent/teacher conferences for the first time, a brand new second grade teacher finds herself across the table from adults behaving like children, and slowly comes to realize it's not her students who have problems, it's their parents.
The Common Corpse
Two moms confront Ms. Antler teacher about their distrust of the Common Core and their unwillingness to accept more homework for their gifted child.
Determined to prove he's a feminist, a frustrated father brings anatomically correct cupcakes to school for his daughter's birthday. But hey...they're totally organic and completely gluten free!
Mythological Holiday Creatures
A child psychiatrist defends his daughter's right to reveal the truth about mythological holiday creatures to her second-grade classmates.
The Book Exchange
Fundamentalist Christian parents find a book about evolution in their daughter's backpack and come to set Ms. Antler straight. And then get divorced.
The New Kid
Ms. Antler encounters a helicopter mom who requests that she go WAY beyond the call of duty for her son on his first day of school.
What kind of parent cheats in a charity dodgeball game for sick kids? This guy. Because her kid always wins and his kid never does.
The Apartment Kid
A social-climbing real-estate agent is concerned that her daughter is hanging out with the wrong crowd. She also hates it when teachers have babies during the school year. It is SO disruptive!
He's Not Like That
This couple can see no wrong in their bullying son. Until he turns on them.
The Last Day
The busy parent of a ridiculously overextended child finally shows up for his parent/teacher conference...on the last day of school.
Different This Year
After one hour of training, two elementary teachers receive government-issued firearms and are ready to take on any perp, no matter how much heat they bring. Or maybe not. Directed by Meghann Artes.