In the cafeteria, Cindy steps up to the mic, wiping her eyes, and quaveringly introduces the Vice-President. Sam looks guilty. The band strikes up "Hail to the Chief." Ken and Amy lock eyes. Ken bobs his head as he did to the Bowie song, and then yells, "Yeah! 'Hail to the Chief'!" Amy cracks up. "This song rocks!" Ken adds.
As the song plays faintly in the background, Agent Stiller continues his litany of complaint to Mr. Rosso: "You know, sometimes -- I mean, this sounds crazy -- but sometimes I think I just want to rip off my vest and jacket, and just put on a t-shirt, and go and, like, make pancakes, somewhere, or something. But, I mean...that would be crazy, right?" Mr. Rosso warmly tells Agent Stiller that he has a test that will reveal what kind of job would best suit him. Agent Stiller says he'd like to take the test, and thanks Mr. Rosso sincerely.
In the cafeteria, we can just see the edge of the podium and the left elbow of the body double playing George Bush, as Sam's Bio teacher, Trace Beaulieu, announces that it's time for questions, and calls on Lindsay. Dad Weir leans forward in his chair, looking proud and expectant, as do the Freaks. Lindsay takes a deep breath, then gets up and says, "Mr. Vice-President? My name is Lindsay Weir. My dad owns A-1 Sporting Goods, on 16 Mile Road. My question is, why did your staff reject my question? Are you afraid of an open discourse with the students?" The cafeteria erupts in quiet chatter, and, in his office, Mr. Rosso smiles at the intercom speaker that is apparently broadcasting the assembly throughout the school. "Funny kid," snorts Agent Stiller, filling out his test paper. "One of McKinley's finest," Mr. Rosso replies proudly. Agent Stiller gets the last word: "'Do you like working with major appliances?' That'd be a yes." One hopes that that fate is not in the cards for Martin Starr and Jason Segel. Come on, Fox Family! Don't let us down!