Delineation Alley. Dick Teachie does the alongside-gurney run that so many teachers on this show are familiar with, assuring Randy that he's gonna be okay. When the gurney's gone, Steven approaches and asks Teachie what Randy took, and Teachie says he doesn't know, because he is from the Harry Senate school of teaching -- when on probation, continue to lie, even when there's no reason to do so. Meanwhile, the cops walk past leading Marshall Fulton, who is saying, "I told you, it wasn't like that." In response to what? Did one of the cops say, "So you raped somebody, eh?" Steven and Teachie have no more lines, so they hesitate for a moment, then walk off in opposite directions, clearing the way for Scott to appear with Harvey, who is leading him somewhere to see something: "I can't describe it, Scott. But it looks like some kind of a big cartoon. And even if I could describe it, I could never do it justice." They enter a classroom to see a cardboard cutout of Scott (easy to come by, of course) with the missing hook stuck up his um so anyway, Scott grabs the hook and storms down the hall. He then storms into what is presumably the current events class from whence it was stolen. But this, of course, makes no sense, because isn't this the same day? And so isn't that class over? Why is it meeting again, on the same day? Guh? Anyhow, The Nub Lady is writing on the board, and Scott walks in, slams the hook down on the table, and glares at the room: "Everybody on your feet at once." They stand. Then he walks around, going, "Sit, sit, sit, sit, sit, sit, sit " until only seven are standing. "You are my suspects. You are the ones with disciplinary records. I had it down to seven in thirty seconds, I'll have it down to one by the end of the day. The only way to save yourself from expulsion is to come forward before I catch you. Whoever you are: I will get you."
Back in the hallway, Ronnie is walking along and runs into Scott on his way out of the class. She blocks his way because she wants to jaw with him about the whole arresting-people-in-class thing, which she somehow gathered was his idea. He's all, "This is not a good time." And she's all, "Oh, but I think it is." She explains that Marshall Fulton is an at-risk student, but he's not having it. "He doesn't need to be humiliated for the purpose of exalting school policy." I don't think David Kelley knows what "exalting" means. He misused it in the pilot, too. Anyway, just as Scott says, "You have picked such a wrong day to mess with me," and prepares to sever Ronnie's head with his eyes, Harry appears to rescue her, drag her off to the side, and deliver his line for the week: "Here's the thing to know about Scott Guber. Nine days out of ten, you can speak your mind. He'll even enjoy the contention. This is the tenth day."