The marching band is practicing on the playing field again and Ken is watching them from underneath the bleachers. Lindsay approaches Ken to ask if he wants her to ask Amy to go to Laser Dome with him that night. Lindsay tries to determine whether he is going to be nice to Amy and he promises to be "an angel." He asks if there's much chance of Amy agreeing to go which prompts Lindsay to squeal, "Omigod, you really like her, don't you?" Ken looks pained and says, "I feel odd."
The geeks are riding their bikes. Sam has a monkey-bars-and-banana-seat type of bike, Neal has a ten-speed racer, and Bill has a girl's, no-speed, touring bike. They've told their mothers that they're eating at each other's houses, while they ride around testing out the remote on various garage doors.
Lindsay goes onto the field when the band practice is over and asks Amy out on Ken's behalf. Even though she thinks Laser Dome "sucks," Amy agrees to go because she thinks Ken is cute and she loves his "funky sideburns." Lindsay seems surprised at Amy's reaction.
The cycling and remote testing continues to the tune of the Cars hit, "Let the Good Times Roll." Can I just say that none of these dudes exactly has rock 'n' roll hair? Though I can totally see a resemblance between Bill and Ric Ocasek. They try a lot of doors without success and end up sitting on a curb and talking. Neal declares that he'll never cheat on his wife, "even if she gets old and fat." Bill thinks he'll be happy just to get a wife, but he doesn't think he wants the kind who gets old and fat. You know, I know men who've never evolved beyond this kind of thinking. Typically, they're pot-bellied, bald guys. Sam doesn't know "how you get one girl. How does anyone get two?" Bill's ideal woman is Jeannie from I Dream of Jeannie, and he'd like to make out with her on the little couch in her bottle. Sam thinks that Cindy would look good in "those puffy pants." Well, see for yourself Sam; it won't be long before harem pants become popular for girls, Joe Piscopo, and other over-muscled, no-neck weight lifter dudes at the gym. Neal wonders if Dad Weir has ever gotten a leg over extracurricularly. Sam is doubtful, given his dad's personality. Neal points the remote at a garage and the door open; however, a car pulls into the driveway a moment later. Sam and Bill want to quit and go home but Neal is determined to keep on.