The next day, music plays while the kids still get off of school buses and gesture at one another with notebooks, and walk around in the halls. It's just like a real school!
Ronnie flags down Druggie Bobby in Delineation Alley. He's telling her that she's crazy if she thinks he's going to go to the police, because they won't give him immunity. She thinks they can get the dealer put away, and he's all, "It's not like that. Do you know the street?" Ah yes, The $treet. That wasn't a very good show, was it? No, but he's referring to the abstract concept of "the street" because it's the place where this dealer "has friends" who would do some so-called "killing of Bobby's brother" on their own, if the dealer himself were arrested. She wants to know how he's going to get the money, and he says he doesn't know, but "if I get a little extra I'll pay for your window." She tells him to can the attitude, since she hasn't yet decided not to go to the police, and he says something vague about how people do what they do at the end of the day, and she interprets this as a threat. "Against you? Man, it ain't about you. It's about saving my brother." Who cast this guy? He's not very tough-sounding.
Sanctum. "Dr. Harris wrote these?" Steven is asking Marilyn. Incredulously. "I told you he was a little perv, Steven." That's Scott, weighing in with his favorite opinion, which is always to fire the person immediately. Steven wonders if Benji even really knew that he was writing to a student, and Scott is sure he did, and Steven's all, "I'm going to do something outrageous here, and give Dr. Harris a chance to explain. And I also want to speak to both of the girls." Marilyn says she'll do that, and promises to be very hard on them.