Meghan's hair is depressed. No one will talk to her. She walks over to Blonde Boy(friend) and says, "It's not true, you know; it's just a rumor." "Super-smart over-achiever decides suddenly not to go to college?" Blonde Boy(friend) makes into a question. "That makes sense." "Whoa, whoa, whoa -- what is [sic] with you?" Meghan asks. "Who are you?" I ask. "Everyone in school is getting off on calling me 'Daddy,'" he says. He puts on his best 'N Sync posture to deliver his final line: "If you expect me to put up with that kind of humiliation, I should have been getting a little somthin' in return." He does a hand chop on "somthin'" so we know he meant "sex." If this girl loses a boyfriend weekly because she won't give it up, how the hell can everyone think she's pregnant? "Great, so everyone's against me," she voice-overs as we see Cameron walk out of detention. "At least I still have my family." "I'm gonna be an uncle!" Cameron whoops down the hall. In a move from 1986's "Just Say No" campaign, Meghan grabs Cam by the shirt front, yanks him to her and says, "I'm not pregnant." No one in school cares because they are all too busy STARING. She's a big preggy-pregnant girl. Nah, nah, na, nah, nah.
Mary gets a phone call for Mitch. She finds him asleep on the couch. She holds the phone by her thigh so the caller can't hear her ask Mitch if he wants to take the call. Mitch takes it and we hear a beep as if she took it off "mute" somehow. Mitch and Mary both scratch their heads at the same time to show their frustration. Mary exhales. Mitch talks grown-up work talk that we aren't supposed to understand. Meanwhile in the feminist plot, Elizabeth is on a lunch date with the doctor. He's literally talking about bedside manner and how people are afraid of doctors, but she's not listening. She think-talks to us. She's fallen for him, but she doesn't want to. He asks if he's boring her. She says no. The waiter comes by. "Dessert," he says. "I'm the only African-American man ever allowed on Get Real. How may I serve you?" He asks if the wife or the husband would like anything and Elizabeth snips that they aren't married. She sits with her chin in her hands so the light hits her diamond ring just right and we are all BLINDED BY THE POINT. The waiter walks off to collect his AFTRA wages. She says something about people that age not being used to people their age dating. He says maybe it's because she's wearing her ring. He looks at the dessert menu and actually says, "Soufflé or not soufflé. That is the question."