Eventually the bell rings, and Dawson II comes up and introduces himself as "George." He'd like Dawson to watch his short film, all eighteen minutes of it. After some hemming and hawing, Dawson says that he would love to. "Hey, thanks, Mr. Leery," George says, and scampers off. "Please tell me he didn't just call me 'Mister,'" Dawson says to Mel Silver, commenting that George must be a handful. "Dawson, waiting six years for you to experience this was well worth it. Thanks again," Mel Silver says, and races off to the Beverly Hills Beach Club, where his son David is scheduled to perform his hit song, "(You Are So) Precious To Me." Dawson stands alone in the classroom and makes a face and stands silently under a poster which reads, "If it's not in the frame, it doesn't exist." So, what does that say about Jack's sex life?
Over at The House of Flip-Flops, Harley is doing homework in her room, her stereo blaring. Joey stomps in the room and turns off the music. She exposits that Flip-Flops is going to want to read this essay that Harley is working on when he gets home, and Harley better get right to work, because Joey expects to see an introductory paragraph in half an hour. With this directive, she leaves. Harley turns the music back on, and a floppy-haired boy falls out of the closet and onto her bed. They start making out. Naturally, Joey comes back inside to turn off the music and busts them. Harley stammers that "Patrick" is her "study partner." Also, clearly, the mini-Pacey to her mini-Joey.