Meanwhile, Diane is playing basketball by herself. How sad for her. She takes a seat to gobble down some pills and washes them down with...is that soda? Oh no! RevCam said that soda INCREASES the risk of angina! Dun dun dunnnnn. Mary walks up and asks Diane if she listened to anything RevCam said. Diane says that her dad knows what he's talking about too, and she's fine. With fake tears in her eyes, Mary says, "You know, I came to talk to you tonight because I thought I could get you to do the right thing and stop taking those pills, but now I realize that I can't make you do something that you don't want to do!" "Good," says Diane. Ha ha! In your sanctimonious face, Mary! Mary says she doesn't want to be friends with Diane, and starts to walk away. You'd think that Diane would be relieved that she no longer has to hang out with Mary, but instead she tells Mary that she'll quit taking the pills as soon as the basketball season ends, as long as Mary stops bugging her about them. Mary agrees. Diane celebrates the restored friendship by practically fellating her bottle of orange soda as she guzzles it, gulping loudly. Diane and Mary decide to go see the rest of The Flower and Vegetable Show, as soon as they play a game of twenty-one. Guys, they're already halfway through their one song over there -- I don't think you have time to dilly-dally. Their game ends abruptly as Diane finally Learns Her Lesson by getting angina and collapsing. Mary looks upset, but she shouldn't be. After all, now she doesn't have to go to that terrible concert.
Episode Report CardSara M: A+ | 359 USERS: C+
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