Back in Sam's room, things are getting ugly as Neal and Sam continue arguing about which of them is the bigger geek. Sam thinks that playing with a chemistry set at age fourteen is geekish. Neal retaliates by saying that most fourteen-year-olds don't play with Tonka trucks. Sam denies playing with trucks and claims that he gave them away long ago. Neal goes to Sam's closet and pulls out a tray of Dinky toys, and then trumps Sam's protests with a declaration that he, unlike Sam, has hair in his pits. Sam goes to Bill -- who has been standing in the background examining a model of a robot -- and asks him to decide which of them is the bigger geek. Throughout the scene, the Little River Band's song "Reminiscing" has been playing. I think that means they're all geeks. Bill doesn't want to make a decision, but they pressure him to pick, so he declares Sam King Geek. Neal patronizes Sam by pointing out the famous geeks in history like "Einstein, Gilligan, and Gomer Pyle." Sam sees red and lunges at Neal. They end up tussling on the bed until Neal pushes Sam off him. In a major shout-out, Neal asks Sam if he's "done with [his] little hissyfit." Sam goes for Neal's throat, and they end up rolling off the bed and onto the chemistry set, which is on the floor at the end of the bed. They set off a chemical reaction, which produces a lot of hissing and haze. Bill yells, "Cover your flesh!" as he pulls his arms into his short-sleeved shirt. Sam orders them both out of his room.
Kim drives to a basketball court, where Daniel and Nick like to shoot hoops. However, Nick is the only playing basketball. Daniel is courtside, caressing Karen's face. Their two heads so close together constitutes an oil slick of major proportions. Greenpeace is rallying its troops to spearhead a clean-up campaign. Kim freaks when she sees them, and drives over the grass to the court, where she terrorizes them both with her car and with her demonic screeching. Lindsay looks stricken and holds on for dear life. Kim wails, "You are so dead!" and roars off. Daniel, master of the understatement, says, "She is so pissed." You think so, Vidal Sassoon?