|The film centers around Bulemia Falls High School ... home of the Hurlers.
With a staff that includes a nurse named Kevorkian (Shirley Jones), a swim teacher
named Hasselhoff (Artie Lange), a French teacher named Madame La Tourneau,
(Mink Stole) and its very own school pimp, played by Jimmie "JJ" Walker, it is
definitely not your run-of-the-mill learning institution.
But donít let its one-star faculty make you think this school has no amenities.
It houses a movie theatre currently running the double feature, "Motley Screw:
The Tommy and Pamela Story" and "Mr. Doubtfire" starring Marv Albert. In addition,
it has a tanning salon, a saloon called the Ye Old Locker, a nail salon, a
womenís clinic currently running a 2 for 1 Breast Augmentation Sale, a "get out of class"
note dispenser, lockers with alarms on them and ... A KILLER.
But thatís all about to change. The breast augmentation sale is for a
limited time only and ever since Billy kept bringing in notes that stated
he couldnít do his homework because he was dead, the school decided to get
rid of the note dispenser.
As far as the killer, he has set his sights on the wrong students - jock
bonehead Slab (Simon Rex); blonde dimwit, Barbara (Julie Benz); macho dyke,
Martina (Majandro Delfino); high school virgin of the year, Boner (Danny Strong)
and new kid Dawson (Harley Cross) - because they are ready to take matters
into their own hands. But neither the killer nor the students are prepared
for the obstacle the school is about to throw in their way: Mall security
guard Doughy Primessuspect. "Once heís on the case it becomes difficult to
figure out whoís more dangerous, the murderer or the sleuth himself," said
"Doughy is a walking accident waiting to happen and is one clue short of
having an idea of how to capture a criminal," said Arnold, whose credits
include "The Tom Show" on the WB, "Roseanne," "True Lies," "Austin Powers:
International Man of Mystery" and "Nine Months," to name a few. "Nemeth
got me to agree to do the film at a party when I was half drunk," Arnold
joked. "Actually I was lonely, so the film gave me an opportunity to
get out of the house. Seriously, this was one of the funnier scripts
that I had read, and since I didnít have to play the principal and do that
stupid tub scene with a blow up doll, I agreed."