Better Than What People Say
Despite her scolding, Mary's lamb follows her to school. It's the last day of school and the children have planned special festivities and performances. The lamb wants to participate, much to the teacher's chagrin.
Although overall nothing great, the story had it's funny moments. It's certainly a lot better than what you might read from other critics here. Perhaps they were offended at "Percy," the gay kid who did a hilarious song and was greeted by "wooooos" at the end of his number. The teacher also was humorous, both in her song and in her movements, although I would have liked to have seen the poor little lamb exact a little more revenge on her than what was seen here. The lamb, who was ham and wanted to sing and dance, received abuse from everyone, which was uncalled for.