Meanwhile, Salima yammers at her girlfriends that she never planned to have a boyfriend in high school. The girlfriends yammer at her about planning and boyfriends and falling in love. "What's going on right now," says Salima, "these are all the reasons I didn't want a boyfriend." She tells us in a voice-over that she's just going to take it day by day and she's not going to be depressed. Of course, it's hard not to get depressed when you open your locker and it's riddled with pictures of Morgan in a tiger suit. Either because it's depressing not to be with him or just depressing to see him in a tiger suit.
In his room, Morgan's listening to music to slit your wrists by, as he tells us in a voice-over that he's had a week of being pissed off, a week of not sleeping, and a week of devoting himself to this one thing. He traces Salima's name in the dust on his TV screen as he tells us, "My only drawback with Salima was, I could never find anyone better. And, to this day, I don't know if I could find anyone better. That's the hardest part about breaking up with her. She wasn't just some common girl. She molded me and I molded her." I'd like to state, right now, for the record, that I adore Morgan. Unequivocally. And I can't wait for him to grow up and become the man I always knew he could be.
"Desperate times call for desperate measures," says yet another student I don't know in the theme montage. Behind him is a bed with a heart painted in scattered yellow rose petals. Awww. Another girl in overalls (who the hell is this?) looks at a yellow poster board with "HOW ABOUT PROM?" written on it. Allie tells her mother that a guy named "Rob" asked her to prom. The guy I don't know is on again saying, "I hope she says yes. I hope she doesn't start crying or anything like that either." Hee. Overall Girl tells her phone friend, "He asked me." Allie tells her mother that Rob wrote her a little love note in Latin, saying that her skin is like milk. Allie's mother once again places herself firmly in the "Parents Who Have No Tact" division by stating, "I think I'm gonna be nauseous." Way to go, Mama Allie. ["Um. I guess I'm old. But I feel her." -- Wing Chun] Then the guy I don't know has his prospective prom date enter the room and asks her from behind the camera whether she'll go to prom with him. She spins around and around as she says, "I can't believe you're doing this." I guess she says "yes" because the guy I don't know says, "I'm goin' ta Prom!"