Heather has a gun now, and is looking for Sarah. She asks how a "jailbird's daughter" ever could have grown up to work for the feds. Maybe because of this little thing called overcoming obstacles that so many people have proven themselves capable of. Maybe you should read a book sometime, Heather. Or at least a newspaper. Sarah comes out and kicks Heather right into the trophy case. Heather gets up and points the gun, but Sarah throws one of her knives at the cougar hanging above the case. It falls and knocks Heather out. And it's awesome because we hate Heather, but even more awesome, because we hate Nicole Richie. So it's nice to see her have her ass handed to her by someone as likeable as Sarah. As Sarah walks toward the gym, they are announcing that the reunion queen is ... none other than Jenny Burton. When her name's called, Chuck and Casey hop up on the stage next to the chipper girl making the announcement, scanning the room for Sarah. And in she walks, looking like something out of Carrie, a messy, bloody, wet wreck. Completely vulnerable. And Chuck sees it too, because if it's possible, he looks like he just fell more in love, with his big adorable grin as she's given the big, awkward, ugly tiara. That is actually more of a crown, but that's not really the point.
Buy More. All of the employees are gathered -- looking far less drunk then they should at this point -- surveying the disaster. And it truly is a disaster. Morgan gives them a pep talk, though, and they go to work: cleaning in fast motion, finishing up right before Big Mike walks in. When I watched this the first time, it made me think of Weird Science, but forum posters made me realize it's a definite homage to Risky Business. To be fair, both movies have the cleanup at the end, right as the parents return. But, like Risky Business, the Buy More staff cleans themselves instead of having a computer-generated model do the job (though, with the Buy More geeks, that would have been a possibility). Big Mike comes in, all impressed with the store. Lester runs to Big Mike's office because he forgot about the marlin. But Morgan's already glued it back together and hung it back on the wall. Lester's touched that Morgan did this for him. Morgan tells him to man up; that he was just doing his job. Big Mike comes in and congratulates Lester on all of his accomplishments; the sales totals, the employees being on time, the clean store. But, like the egg at the end of Risky Business, Big Mike's marlin is cracking on the wall. Lester quickly says he can't handle the pressure and quits his management post. He rushes out just as the nose falls, and Big Mike yells, "Norman!"