The hallway, where Scott, Steven, and Ms. Gallipoli have found Lauren, who is saying, "I never told anyone you sexually harassed me." Scott wants to know, then, where Eleanor got that idea. "People knew that you had asked me out, and maybe that it had maybe made me uncomfortable, but I never told anyone that I felt harassed." Scott rounds on Steven: "You. I told you she thought my advances were oppressive, you must have told somebody." Which triggers the beginning of another shouting match, until Ms. Megalopolis stops them: "All right. Hold it. It was probably a successful bluff. Eleanor Frutt got a little information, let us know she'd subpoenaed Lauren, and she played you." Then she demands to talk to Scott and Steven in private. When they're gone, Lauren flags down Random New Woman Teacher with Nice Ass, whose name, we learn at last, is Jenna. Lauren says, "It's not my place to tell others how to teach," which can only be a preamble to telling someone how to teach, "but I heard that I just do you really think it's appropriate to motivate your students with the message that the smart kids get the pretty girls?" This really is none of Lauren's business, and it's also a perfectly good way to motivate your students, and so Jenna's on very firm (heh) ground when she says, "I never said that. What I said is, the smart kids get the girls with the good asses."
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