Meanwhile, in prison (that's kind of fun to write), Ronnie returns to Dick Teachie's cell and tells him he's free to go, because the police agree that he didn't intend to really hurt the guy, so he's off the hook criminally, but not civilly, as Goat Boy could still sue him directly. "Yeah, let 'im try!" Ronnie also brought Girlfriend McFiancée with her, but Dick Teachie just yells at her to go away, so she does. Who can blame her? She doesn't even have a damn name. Ronnie tells Teachie he should at least talk to LoveInterest von FemaleCharacter, but he tells her thanks for the legal advice, but he'll feel free to torpedo his personal life all on his own. Then he leaves. Ronnie looks after him, sadly, because she knows Billy Zane would never brain someone with a phone for her.
Livin' large at Winslow High, boyeeeee.
The office. Steven and Harry, standing around. The Exposition Fairy comes in late, and Steven asks her where she's been. She's not good at providing her own exposition, it seems, because she doesn't explain very well. Then she asks, "What's this about Danny Hanson kidnapping the governor?" Dick Teachie, who is standing nearby, unnoticed, says, "I didn't kidnap any governor." Steven tells Danny to come into his office, and that Harry will cover his classes today. Danny protests that he just threw a phone at a guy, and Harry justifies his presence in the scene by saying, "Was it a pay phone?" Then he disappears for the rest of the episode. I miss Harry. Before Steven has a chance to follow Dick Teachie into the Sanctum, he notices that The Exposition Fairy has accidentally spilled a bunch of mail out of her purse. "What was that?" "My mail." "Let me see it please." No. Yes. No. Yes. Meanwhile, Scott wanders in and picks up one of the envelopes off the floor, where it fell. "Hmm. 'Dear Helen.'" Steven glares at Louisa, and tells her that, when he's done with Dick Teachie, she's next. Bum-bum-bummmmmm.
Lauren's room. Britney-ta comes in, a bounding bundle of boundless energy, and announces that Mr. Important Record Man wants to sign her, and also he's got a new group he wants her to open for, and tour with, and the tour is four months long, and starts in December, and oh MY GOD! Lauren points out that Agui-lita would have to leave school, but Pink counters that this is a great opportunity. Blah blah, what guarantees did he give you, blah-di-blah. Ultimately, Lauren tells L'il-lita to talk to her parents first, and get a lawyer to look over the contract before she signs anything. And oh MY GOD!