Tonight is the eighth episode of season two of “Abbott Elementary.” Here are some ways to watch the hit ABC comedy, including a free 7-day trial of FuboTV and DIRECTVSTREAM.
“Egg Drop,” the eighth episode of the hit sitcom, will air tonight, November 16, at 9 p.m. ET on ABC. Even so, there are other ways for people to watch the show.
FuboTV gives you a free trial for 7 days, and then it costs $64.99 per month. DIRECTV has different packages that start at $49.99 per month.
Sling TV gives you half off your first month of service, and you can choose from different packages. People can also pay $69.99 per month to watch on Hulu Live.
- Slumberland (2022): Jason Momoa is Trapped in a Nightmare
- Christmas with You (2022) on Netflix: A Review and Analysis of the Ending
YouTube TV is running a limited-time deal where you can get it for $54.99 a month for the first three months and $64.99 a month after that.
Premise of the show:
Rotten Tomatoes gives this summary in case you haven’t seen it yet: “A group of dedicated, passionate teachers and a slightly tone-deaf principal are thrown together in a Philadelphia public school, where, even though the odds are against them, they are determined to help their students succeed in life.
— ℐΛY ϯ ™ (High Value Man) 𓂀 (@ijayt205) November 6, 2022
Though these incredible public servants may be outnumbered and underfunded, they love what they do — even if they don’t love the school district’s less-than-stellar attitude toward educating children.”
Episode schedule for Season 2 thus far:
In the first episode, “Development Day,” the teachers are back for “development week,” a time to get ready for the next school year. Janine is determined to start the year off right and leave her problems at home. Ava runs a side business out of the school parking lot.
In episode two titled “Wrong Delivery,” “Janine is determined to make Abbott Elementary look just as good as a new charter school; Gregory goes out of his way to avoid Barbara; Ava hosts an event to help decide what to do with the rest of the funds from the grant.”
In episode three, “Story Samurai,” a travelling storytelling group that Jacob used to be a part of comes to Abbott Elementary for a day of learning and fun. Melissa has a hard time adjusting to the new normal of having her second and third grade classes combined.
In episode four, “The Principal’s Office,” after Gregory sends a disruptive student to the principal’s office, he finds out that the kids actually like spending their “discipline” time with Ava. Melissa invites Janine to her house to teach her how to cook.
In episode five, “Juicy,” Janine is excited to help bring a new drink to the cafeteria, but it ends up having effects she didn’t expect. Meanwhile, Melissa has a fight with her new assistant, Ashley, who causes more trouble than she solves in the classroom.
In episode six, “Candy Zombies,” Janine is excited to help bring a new drink to the cafeteria, but it ends up having effects she didn’t expect. Meanwhile, Melissa fights with her new assistant, Ashley, who causes more trouble than she solves in the classroom.
In episode seven, “Attack AD,” “Janine is happy to help introduce a new beverage to the cafeteria, but it ends up creating unanticipated consequences; Melissa fights with her new aide, Ashley, who brings more chaos than help to the classroom.”
What’s up next:
In episode eight, “Egg Drop,” when the eighth-grade science class does an egg drop activity, Janine insists that her second grade class do it, too. Barbara is shocked by what one of her students’ parents wears.
Follow us only on Lee Daily for more news like this.