Cat stuffed into a tube sock.
The bus. Mr. Kasdan calls the roll. Jen remarks that not only does she not want to ski, she doesn't even know how, which could make the weekend a "dangerous" one for her. Jack offers to show her "a few things" (bamp chicka bamp bamp), and adds that whether or not she skis is irrelevant, that the ski trips "aren't about what goes on during the day." "Oh, you don't say!" Jen snarks.
Farther back, Joey says "here" when Kasdan reads her name. Then Mr. Kasdan reads out a "Penelope Price," and behind Joey and Pacey, Anna "Robert" Evans calls out, "Here!" They turn around to see her snuggled in her seat with Drue "Silla" Valentine, who greets them, "Lucy, Ricky -- we've gotta stop meeting like this." Anna says hi. Joey and Pacey blink, stunned.
"If sexual misadventures were an option for me," Jack is saying, "I'd be all over it. So to speak." Yeah, right -- if "all over it" means "running in the opposite direction from it," maybe. Jen mentions Tobey "Goes To Hollywood." Jack snaps that she's "like a broken record" with that. Jen doesn't get why Jack isn't into Tobey, asking if he's too cute or too intelligent for Jack. Jack stutters no, but Tobey's very -- he's very -- "blond?" Jen guesses. Jack admits that Tobey's too gay, and "when it's that obvious," it's kind of a turn-off. I see where the writers wanted to go with that, i.e. Jack's in denial, but I have it on good authority that it isn't uncommon for gay men to feel that way. Still, it's pretty obvious that 1) the writers don't have a sincere understanding of that, and 2) Tobey is about as "too gay" as Harrison Ford, so whatever. Jen seconds my emotion by rolling her eyes, and asks if "too straight" is also a problem for Jack. Heh.
Pacey asks Drue if he thinks he can "get away with this." Drue says that by the time Kasdan notices, "[they'll] be halfway up the mountain." Joey smirks and turns back around, and Drue says conspiratorially to Pacey that it would really suck "being the only guy not chalking one up this weekend. Right?" Pacey stares at him for a long moment, considering it.