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Product NameVice Principals: The Complete Series SD + Digital HD
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FormatColor, NTSC, Widescreen
Long DescriptionVice Principals: The Complete Series (Digital HD/DVD) ​Created by Danny McBride and Jody Hill (co-creators of HBO's Eastbound & Down), this dark comedy series tells the story of a southern suburban high school and the two people who conspire to run it: the vice principals. McBride and Walton Goggins star as Neal Gamby and Lee Russell, a pair of ambitious administrators who put their mutual disdain aside in order to sabotage newly appointed principal Dr. Belinda Brown – a plan that bears fruit at the end of S1, when Brown is set up, disgraced, and forced to resign. The euphoria that Gamby and Russell experience in being named interim co-principals is short-lived, however, when their cars are set on fire in the school parking lot, and Gamby is shot by a masked assailant. Could it be Belinda Brown's revenge, or something more sinister? Will Gamby survive, return to work, and win back Amanda? Can Russell handle the demands of running a school in Gamby's absence? The answers will be revealed as the second and final season of Vice Principals kicks off in September.
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