RevCam calls Sergeant Michaels, and explains that Lee is at his house. RevCam: "We know the pot is Mr. Peterson's. What he needs is a little shove in the right direction, and a little motivation to straighten up his life." The Sarge: "Are you the shove or the motivation?" RevCam: "The motivation." The Sarge: "I guess that makes me the shove." Yeah, you guys rock super-hard.
Back to Campus, where CheaterBoy2000 is just entering the classroom, where Matt is already seated. CB2K: "I got a message to meet you here." Matt got the same message, apparently. CheaterBoy, Sr., Class of '61, enters and tells his son to sit down. CBSr.: "I spoke to Matt last night, and he told a very interesting story." CB2K: "He's lying." CBSr.: "Shut up, ass-neck!" No, not really. He says, "I'm sorry." CB2K: "It's okay, I'm sure Matt was pretty convincing." Heh heh. CBSr.: "No. I'm sorry for every one of your problems that I've solved. I'm sorry for giving you too much, too soon. I'm sorry for giving you everything, but really, nothing. Before it's too late, you need to figure out how to get through life on your own two feet. Someday, you'll thank me for this." Hey, that's what Chickenhead's dad said a few weeks ago. Anyway, CheaterBoy, Sr. (well, I guess he's "Anti-CheaterBoy," now) apologizes to Matt and leaves. Phew. I'm glad that's out of the way. Oh, and CheaterBoy? Haw haw, you suck! Who's gonna get you out of this one?
Back in the halls of Degrassi, Joey Jeremiah is telling Caitlin about Zit Remedy's gig at the -- oh, oops. My bad. It's actually Lucy, at her locker, and -- cue Bert Parks and the strains of "heeeeeere he is, Miiiiiister Wonderful"! He asks Lucy, "When would be a good time to do that computer thing we talked about?" Lucy: "How 'bout -- never! When you asked me to break into the school's computers, I kinda woke up and realized you were using me." Mr. Wonderful: "But I still think you're pretty." Seriously. Lucy: "Aw. I think you're pretty, too." He bats his eyes, hopefully. "Pretty sleazy." Lucy 1, Wonderbread 0. Right on!
The family is all outside the auditorium, waiting for the awards ceremony to begin. Lucy tells Mary that she doesn't need to borrow her sweater after all, and tells Ruthie that she isn't going to mow the lawn. Simon: "No lawn-mowing, no loan." Word, Big S. Ruthie: "Which means no walkie-talkies." That's right. ["I'd settle for 'no talkies,' but whatever." -- Sars] Now shut up. The Camdens then head into the auditorium.