The stairwell. Dick Teachie asks out Marilyn. She's all, "Huh?" Maybe because he's asking her out in. The. HALLWAY. While students stream past. That's appropriate. Marilyn says she's not comfortable dating other teachers, and that, furthermore, she's not into "sport dating" at all. What is sport dating? Does she mean "casual" dating? I have never in my life heard the phrase "sport dating" before. Anyway, she tells Dick Teachie that he's just on the rebound, and not ready for a real relationship. She walks away. Marla comes by, and Teachie asks her if she'll have a "rebound thing" with him. "It doesn't have to last very long. Just long enough to say I had it." She's all, "I'll swat you like a bug." We follow Marla down the hall, where Lauren chases her down to ask about Sylvie. "You have her, don't you?" asks Marla. "Yeah, she's a great student. She's one of my best." "Mm-hm." Marla walks away. Lauren is confused for a beat, and then heads into her classroom.
The Hook Lady's room. Scott is there to check out Sporty Spice's story, and asks to look at the two essays in question. Hook Lady's all defensive, and suggests that because she's seen as a psycho, there's all of these doubts associated with her story. Scott explains that he'd have to investigate this with any teacher, and "it has nothing to do with you being a psy --" He stops himself. Meredith looks at him. Heh.