Mr. Gillette is an interesting case. If you're clever in his class and don't recycle jokes that were only moderately funny the first time, he'll love you forever. You'll also find improv much more pleasant. However, it's not all that hard to get on his bad side - especially if you goof off and don't take his class seriously. He hates that, as do most teachers. Speaking as someone on his good side, I can only say that it's nice to have someone who moonlights as a bouncer watching out for you.
Usually, people who dislike him were the ones goofing off in the class. It's sometimes hard to approach him, but if you actually do some work, it will reflect in the grade.
Worst teacher at USN. I was in his improv class. He is not very funny but he is constantly telling jokes at laughting at them. He bases all of his grades on participation.
Works students hard to create and perform original plays