At school, Matt runs up to a woman who looks like a red-headed version of Shana, a.k.a. Chickenhead. Okay, I know I'm giving away the Secret about Connie by saying this, but really, does anyone care? Connie is supposed to be the "school slut," and she's wearing a ribbed, striped T-shirt with longish sleeves, a sweatshirt tied around her waist, and khaki pants. Yeah, her nipples are erect, but I'm not going to hold it against a girl that it's cold outside. Yes, it's sort of stereotypical to say this, but this is not how the school slut dresses. I mean, seriously, I've seen my mother wearing a similar outfit. I know it's difficult to find modern, realistic styles when your choices are limited to the Sears and JC Penney's junior miss department, but come on, 7th Heaven costumers, try a little harder. Put some heart into it. Ask yourselves if you would want your loved ones to wear clothes like these. I think you'll be surprised at the answer. Anyway, Matt lamely asks Connie to the prom, and at first she's against it because she doesn't have a dress or shoes or anything, but finally Matt convinces her by saying that he has "a sister and a mom, and [he's] sure they can put something together." Yes, by virtue of being women, Annie, Mary, and Lucy are instantly endowed with the skills it takes to fashion a homemade prom dress in one afternoon. What a wonderful world the Camdens live in. Unless you're female.
Suddenly, Mary and Lucy, who are apparently joined at the damn hip at home and at school, see Matt and Connie and stop short, trying to act shocked. Matt tells Connie to come to his house after school and maybe his mommy can make her a prom dress. Then he says that he can wear a dress and she can wear a tux, and she laughs. How ironic it is that when Barry Watson tried to start a post-7th Heaven movie career by wearing a dress, no one laughed.
Connie leaves, walking past Mary and Lucy, and we see that Lucy has won herself the coveted Worst Outfit Of The Episode award with her stunning combination of a short grey skirt made of some synthetic material, with all-white sneakers and white athletic socks that are pulled up to mid-calf. Someone needs to take her to the Fashion Termination Ball. Lucy and Mary wonder if Matt just asked Connie to the prom, and if Mom and Dad know about this. Mary says there's no way their parents would let Matt go to the prom with Connie. Surprisingly, Lucy doesn't want to tell them, since she reasons that if Matt goes to the prom with Connie, he won't be able to ruin her and Mary's dates. Mary says that she's been looking everywhere for someone in the senior class named "Kyle" or "Casey," the names of their dates, but has had no luck. Wait a minute -- did she say Kyle? Surely that's just a coincidence.