In the cafeteria, everyone prepares to get some Bush. (Oh, come on. You thought I could write a whole recap without making a "Bush" joke?) Even the Norseman is on hand. Agent Stiller works the door. Mr. Rosso appears and genially tells Ben's fellow agent his name, and says that it should be on his list. Agent Fellow checks his clipboard, stares at Mr. Rosso, and then leans over to whisper something in Agent Stiller's ear. Agent Stiller checks the clipboard himself, and then asks, "Jeffrey Theodore Rosso?" Mr. Rosso confirms his full name, and Agent Stiller asks him to step away from the door for a conference, in which Agent Stiller asks, basically, whether Mr. Rosso was a hippie protestor in college. Mr. Rosso indignantly says, "No," and when Agent Stiller regards him sadly and cocks his head expectantly, Mr. Rosso admits that he might have been. Agent Stiller informs Mr. Rosso that he's been red-flagged as a security risk, and that he won't be allowed to attend the assembly. Mr. Rosso protests, "I work here!" Agent Stiller looks a little regretful, and says that he'll have to escort Mr. Rosso to a special "holding area." As the agent is leading him by the arm, Mom Weir calls out, "Oh, there he is!" Agent Stiller is classy enough to withdraw his arm from Mr. Rosso's as Mom Weir thanks Mr. Rosso for the opportunity he gave Lindsay. Mr. Rosso looks shifty, and Lindsay asks him where he's going. Mr. Rosso admits that he "rocked the boat a little bit in [his] youth," but tells her not to worry about it, and to go into the assembly and make the school proud. Agent Stiller officiously makes to take Mr. Rosso away, advising the Weirs to clear the way. Mr. Rosso glances back, giving Lindsay an expectant look. Dad Weir reminds Lindsay and Mom Weir, "I told you that guy was a kook!"
Around the corner, Agent Stiller asks Mr. Rosso what he teaches at McKinley, and Mr. Rosso replies that he's a guidance counselor. "Really?" says Agent Stiller.
The next moment, Agent Stiller is sitting in front of Mr. Rosso's desk, saying, "Sometimes I have to just stand in the same place for twelve hours, and just stare at a wall. You start to see things. Your feet -- the pain in your feet [looks heavenward]." Mr. Rosso tries to adapt to the odd position he's in, and offers, "Well, it's an important job." "No, it's not!" replies Agent Stiller, explaining, "You ever heard of the Vice-President getting assassinated? No. You know why? Because it's never happened. Will it ever happen? No way. 'Cause who cares. Know what I mean?" Only Ben Stiller could play this part.