Once they get outside, Jessica tells Warren that his actions in the locker were romantic. Warren babbles about "a delicate tango" of romance. Jessica laughs at him, and Warren apologizes for slipping into "impress mode." Warren just really wanted to apologize. Jessica says that it meant a lot to her. They stare at each other for a minute. Warren starts to talk as Jessica moves in for a kiss. They kiss. Smacky-smack. Afterward, Jessica thanks him and walks away. Warren just looks after her, stunned.
In Ed's office, Ed suggests to Carol that they talk to Larry's family to see what they think about performing the song at the funeral. Carol thinks the whole thing is stupid. Barney listens at the door. Ed thinks that Larry would have wanted it, and Carol points out that he has no idea what Larry would have wanted. Ed says that Larry was a rebel, and would have wanted it. Mike says that Larry was a rebel at seventeen, but that they don't know whether he was a rebel at thirty-two. Barney speaks up and says that Larry was still a rebel. Apparently, Larry came into "the Republic" two years ago and bought cargo pants. Mike asks what Larry was like. Barney responds, "Very...rebellious?" Ed jumps up and says that the case is closed. Carol protests that you can't tell much about someone from a short conversation about cargo pants. Barney says that Larry was exactly the same as he was in high school, and that he still played the drums. Ed tells Mike that they have to do it, because they made a promise. Mike says that maybe it is what he would have wanted. Ed and Barney start celebrating. Carol tries to talk some sense into Mike, but Barney interrupts, "I'm sorry, Yoko, but you don't get a vote in this." Ed announces that the Youth Bandits are back. Mike is all excited because he hasn't played his bass in ten years. Ed says that it's like riding a bike. Mike says that he hasn't ridden a bike in ten years. Heh. Carol looks perturbed.
At school, Warren runs up to Diane's locker and points at his lips. He announces that those lips "skipped the light fandango with those of Jessica Martel." Diane thinks that he's lying. Just then, Jessica walks by and says hello to Warren, and then says that she had fun last night. Warren kind of mumbles a reply, and Jessica walks off. Diane and Mark watch in amazement. Diane says that this can't be happening. Mark puts his arm around her and says, "It's time to forget everything you thought you knew. Black is white. Down is up. And Logic's on a ski vacation with his buddy Reason." Warren asks if they know what he's going to do. Mark says that there's nothing else to do. Warren wants to get a tattoo. Diane asks why. Warren says that when he kissed Jessica, he achieved nirvana, and he wants to remember it.