In another area of the amphitheatre, Morgan's all, "If I can graduate, ANYONE can graduate." However, in a VO, he says that the only thing he's nervous about is graduating and going up on stage in front of everyone and their parents. "Of course, if I do graduate," says Morgan in a self-interview, "and pray God I do graduate, I'll probably be one of those kids that does a flip onstage or is naked underneath his gown and decides to moon the crowd, or something like that. 'Cuz if I'm goin' out of Highland Park High School, I'm goin' out with a bang." Heh. Heh heh.
Then CrAbby and her Florida friend are walking along the grassy Ravinia parking area, and CrAbby's going on about how she wasn't all fine at the graduation rehearsal and that she was a little too emotional. Dude. It's HIGH SCHOOL. It's not like you're joining the Peace Corps and will never see your family again. God. Can I hate her any more than I already do? Blah blah blah, CrAbby and Florida Friend are all talking about high school, blah blah blah, CrAbby's all, she and Brad were once inseparable, and now they never talk, blah blah blah, GET OVER HIGH SCHOOL, CRABBY. Man! I so wanna hit her with a wet towel right now. And not in the flirtatious locker-room way, if you know what I mean, and I think you do. I wanna leave a MARK.
Over at The House Of Non-Communication, Anna's hanging out with a friend and telling us that she and her father don't talk anymore. At all. I've recapped all these episodes and I've never really learned why Anna and her father don't talk. Did she, Anna, become impregnated by a wayward member of Blink-182? Did she rob a 7-Eleven of all their Twinkies and then run off into the night? Did she attempt to blow up the local library? No? Well, then. I'm all out of reasons why Anna and her father don't talk to each other.