Lindsay is ranting to Kim, who looks a little bored, about the mediocrity of the school. Kim usually looks a little bored, though, so it's hard to tell for sure. Maybe she's preoccupied with Daniel. Kim tells Lindsay that she dumped him. Lindsay tries to put a good spin on it and congratulates her. Kim looks slightly less surly after that.
Neal is turning stomachs in the cafeteria by putting on an impromptu show with Morty. His jokes are about as funny as you would expect from a ventriloquist. A bunch of girls are looking over and laughing, but I hardly think they're laughing with Neal. Deadpan, Bill asks Sam, "Do you see another table open?" Neal just can't see that he's embarrassing himself and his friends. Sugar Daddy calls out, "Nice doll. Did it come with a dress?" Neal...I mean, "Morty" calls back, "Nice head. Did it come with a neck?" Sugar Daddy threatens Neal some more, offering to kick his butt, until Kowchevski breaks it up by insulting Sugar Daddy about his weight. What a delightful and sensitive man. McKinley High is just brimming with people like him, it seems. Neal continues with his ventriloquism, much to Kowchevski's disgust.
After school, Sam and Bill are in the Weir kitchen, discussing the recent changes in Neal's behaviour. Regrettably, Bill does not dance. He does, however, explain why Morty creeps him out so badly: it's because of that cheap horror flick Magic. I never saw the movie, but the ads for it used to scare the hell out of me. It sounds like it's the one where the dummy comes alive and tells the ventriloquist to kill people, which is totally believable to me. ["According to the IMDb, you're right." -- Wing Chun] Sam half-heartedly tries to stick up for Neal, but Bill is still pissed. He asks, rhetorically (I guess), "You get to be a jerk just because your dad's having an affair?" Sam goes back to looking dejected.
Daniel finds himself back at the liquor store where Jenna works. This time around, it looks more like it could be a variety store, but I guess it doesn't really matter. Daniel asks Jenna whether she remembers him. She coyly answers, "Maybe." The best he can do for a pick-up line is the rather unfortunate, "So how's the dropping out going?" Jenna says something to the effect that there are fewer idiots hassling her now. That's exactly the sort of answer that would appeal to Daniel. Jenna asks about Daniel's "psycho girlfriend." He says that he and Kim no longer share the same interests. It's a pretty clever approach, because it allows him to continue, "She's not into current affairs; I am." Uh huh. Like that's believable. Daniel adds, "I'm a punker; she's not." Smooth, Daniel. Except Jenna points out that what punkers don't do "is call themselves 'punkers.'" She does soften it with a wink, though, and tells him that, on Saturday, he will be at a punk club called the Armpit. He says he will see her there.