Kim and Daniel are snogging under the bleachers as Lindsay walks by. Kim sees her, asks what she's doing, and then invites her over for dinner. When Lindsay accepts the invitation, Kim says she'll pick her up at 5:30. Kim and Daniel resume groping when Lindsay leaves.
In the Weir kitchen, Mom Weir is peeling potatoes when Sam takes a Tupperware container out of the fridge and begins eating the contents. Mom chides him that he'll ruin his dinner. Sam explains that he's "loading up on carbs." Mom brandishes a peeled potato and informs him that they're having "carbs" for dinner. Sam screams, "Do you want me to stay a midget? Is that what you want?" He must also be loading up on caffeine. Chill, Sam. Mom says that he isn't a midget, but Sam insists that he is, and that it's because "there's no food" in the house. Ah, the teen there's-nothing-to-eat refrain. I remember it well. Mom points out that the place is full of fruit roll-ups and beef jerky. That's hardly a strong refutation, in my opinion. Lindsay comes in and asks whether she may have dinner at her friend Kim Kelly's house. Mom asks her what Kim is like, and Lindsay describes Kim as "just a girl." Sam interjects that Kim is "a psycho," and that she and Karen "run around the school being evil." Mom wonders why Lindsay would want to be friends with someone like that. Lindsay claims that Kim is not evil. Mom suggests that Lindsay go to Kim's another night, but when Lindsay whines, Mom gives in. Lindsay shoots Sam the stink-eye for his meddling.
Lindsay is sitting on the curb waiting for Kim when Sam comes out carrying some garbage bags to the curb. He asks her why she's friends with Kim. Lindsay tells him not to talk to her. Sam states that Kim is his enemy. Lindsay suggests that he should go to another high school if he's going to be a tattletale and try to get her into trouble. Sam says that he doesn't know why Lindsay hangs around with Kim, because Kim and her friend pick on him. When he explains that Kim called him a geek, Lindsay says that maybe Sam is a geek. Sam is wounded, and when Lindsay notices his discomfiture, she tries to apologize. Just then, Kim roars up in her rattletrap Gremlin, narrowly missing Sam and the garbage cans and growling, "Move it or lose it." Sam stomps back into the house. Lindsay asks Kim to stop picking on her little brother. Kim remarks that she forgot Sam was Lindsay's brother because he looks like all the other geeks. Is that so, Kim? How 'bout we mosey on over to your house and see what your family is like?