The geeks are walking down the street, and Neal is trying to comfort Sam: "I'm pretty sure Cindy didn't see you. And if she did, it was just with her peripheral vision." Bill comments, "Yeah, it wouldn't be bad if people saw my back, but my front's a whole 'nother story." Sam's not looking very cheery. Alan rides up on a really stupid-looking bike and starts taunting Sam some more, but he's cut off by a Jeep full of cheerleaders who rides by. Cindy Sanders shouts out, "Hey, Sam, I heard you streaked! Way to go!" They all cheer and applaud as they drive off. Suddenly Sam's looking a lot more cheerful. Alan realizes that the tide has turned, and he just weakly says, "You guys are losers and you always will be," before riding off on the ugly bike. Neal observes, very accurately, "I think you're the one who'll ride in hell with no friends." Bill looks somewhat jealous as he tells Sam, "People are gonna worship you!"
Well, we've come full circle, with Nick drumming away in the basement to "The Spirit of Radio." He's no more proficient than he was before, but at least he's happy again. As the song ends, he says, "I play so much better when you're around." Lindsay just smiles at him. "Hey, I wanna play it again," he says. "Put more dry ice in the bucket!" Lindsay looks slightly less than thrilled, but she gamely plucks some dry ice out of the cooler and chucks it into the bucket. Cue the Rush!