|Season 4 Episode 9b|
|Original Airdate||September 27, 1997|
|DVD release||Season 4|
|Previous Episode||Dust Bunnies|
|Next Episode||Angelica's Last Stand|
Angelica starts preschool at The Woodbury School and learns about sharing from her teacher, Miss Appleby. But after seeing some of the kids abusing their toys, Angelica decides to share Tommy with the class instead of her most-prized possesion, Cynthia. Tommy, though, turns out to be a big hit. Meanwhile, Charlotte is not setting a good example of sharing herself when she and Appleby fight over the corporation's gorilla mascot.. - Description from Klasky Csupo
While Angelica's playing in her room, Charlotte comes in and tells Angelica that today's a very special day--her firs day of school! Drew and Charlotte have enrolled Angelica at a fancy private preschool called the Woodbury School. At first, Angelica's not happy about having to go to school, but is excited to see all the toys they've provided for the kids--although she's not excited to see her new classmates. When Charlotte leaves, Angelica's new teacher, Miss Appleby, tells Angelica to go play with the other kids. Angelica's a little hesitant, but Miss Appleby encourages her to show the other kids the games that she likes to play. Angelica thinks about showing them Cynthia but quickly decides not to, thinking they wouldn't appreciate her. So she decides if they can't appreciate her toys, she'll just play with their toys. Angelica starts taking the other kids toys and keeping them for herself.
Later, Drew picks up Angelica from school, and after she runs inside and drops off her things, Drew sees a note fall out of Angelica's backpack and picks it up. It turns out that Didi and Tommy are at the house with Charlotte, who's talking on the phone to Jonathan (something about purchasing a gorilla as a mascot for a soccer game). After Didi asks Angelica how her first day of school was, Angelica lies to her and Charlotte by claiming it went well, but then she sees Tommy playing with one of her Cynthia-toys and goes to take it from him. After Angelica leaves, Drew shows his wife and sister-in-law the note from Angelica's teacher--Miss Appleby explains that Angelica had a hard time getting along with the other kids and that she's got "issues in the sharing department." The note also says that the next is "Share Day" at school and that it would be nice if Angelica brought her favorite plaything with her to share with the other kids. Angelica's still fighting with Tommy over the toy when Charlotte calls and talks with her about what happened in school today. Charlotte tells Angelica to take Cynthia to school tomorrow for share day, Angelica agrees, but says Cynthia's not her favorite toy anymore. When Charlotte ask what is, Angelica says it's not really a "what"--it's more of a "who."
The next day, Angelica brings Tommy to school for share day. Ms. Appleby doesn't think baby cousins qualify for share day, but Angelica says he's her favoritest toy and she would love to share him with the class. But the kids would rather play with Cynthia than a baby. Just than, Jonathan calls Charlotte to tell her the zoo won't let them have the gorilla, Ms. Appleby hears the conversation and gets excited (she lived with them in Africa for three years). The kids ask Ms. Appleby to make Angelica share her doll, but she waives them off saying free activity and approaches Charlotte asking to talk but Charlotte say no. Meanwhile, Tommy doesn't think the children want to play with him, but Angelica tells them they do and have brought a bunch of toys for him to play with. Tommy goes over and plays with the toys. Ms. Appleby argues she's a big monkey expert while Charlotte says shes a big important executive and runs away with Ms. Appleby running after her. The kids see Tommy playing with their toys and go over ask way he's playing with their toys. Meanwhile, Angelica is in a separate corner with Cynthia ans most of the toys. She happy to be alone at first but then notices the other kids having fun with Tommy and gets jealous. She takes Cynthia and walks over to the kids (as Charlotte and Ms. Appleby continue to wrestle for the phone on the desk) and tells the kids they can't play a good game without Cynthia. Angelica shows them her favorite game and finally shares Cynthia with the other kids. The children play together while Charlotte and Ms. Appleby continue fighting over the phone.