At school, Principal Green approaches Andie, saying he needs to talk to her about a "critical problem" that recently came to his attention. Andie asks what kind of problem, and he says, "It's a disciplinary matter," and he can't discuss it with her now, but she should come to his office on Monday "and we'll go over all our options in detail." Andie squirms like a butterfly on a pin. Principal Green says, "Monday morning. Be there," and leaves her to simmer in the sauce of her own guilt. Considering that Andie emerged from a psychiatric facility only a few short weeks ago, wouldn't the whole PSAT-cheating thing have a slightly graver effect on her than, say, the Three's Company-style wackiness the writers have opted for?
Principal Green marches into his office, which contains Pacey and Joey sitting in front of his desk, and tells them that, since Pacey had such a creative excuse for ditching school (whatever), he's decided to respond in kind. Pacey tries a little sucking-up, which prompts Joey to call Pacey "Eddie Haskell." They bicker while Principal Green futzes around behind them. Principal Green shouts, "Enough!" and thumps a large cardboard box down on the floor, saying that the two of them obviously "have an affinity for one another" and opening the box. They look in it. Joey: "No way." Pacey: "Oh, that's not gonna happen." Gee, I wonder what the box could possibly have inside? Not my Maalox shipment, obviously -- the box is far too small.