At school, Warren is taking some things out of his locker when Mark approaches, dressed in a suit. Warren asks what's up with the fancy duds, and Mark says that he has a Trig test and thought he would dress for success. Warren tells Mark that he looks like Mr. Belvedere. Heh. Jessica Martel walks by and says hello. Mark asks if Warren is really going to take Jessica out. Warren says that he is, and he really does think that Jessica meant it when she said that she would go with him. Diane approaches, and Mark asks if she really thinks that Jessica is going to go out with Warren. Diane takes credit for the date, and tells Warren that he needs to pin Jessica down to a time and place. Warren was just planning to "lay low and see what develops." Diane and Mark both think that's a bad plan.
Carol is walking down the hall when an announcement comes over the loudspeaker: Jackass wants her to report to the principal's office. Cut to Jackass sitting as his desk, playing solitaire on his laptop. Jackass gives educators a bad name. Carol shows up in his office, and he invites her in and tells her to close the door and sit down. Jackass asks her to have dinner with him Saturday night. Carol can't believe that he called her in to ask her that. Me neither! What an abuse of power. Carol rehashes the events thus far: Jackass slept with her, then brought another date to the Christmas party, and now he wants to have dinner. Jackass says that they are both adults, so he wonders why they are playing childish games. Jackass wants to have dinner together and "get past all this." Carol wonders if she's supposed to have dinner with him as if nothing happened. Jackass confirms that's the plan. Carol says no and walks out. Well, that's a step in the right direction, even if we all know that it won't last.