Dido continues as Meghan walks up the stairs to Julia's house. She tucks her hair back to show she's excited to speak to Julia. "Are you still up?" she asks. "Who is it?" Julia shouts, and we see through the door window Julia buttoning her blouse. Meghan prattles about how she forgot to give Julia something, but then she looks through the window and sees a pair of men's shoes by Julia's bed. Julia shuts the bedroom door. She looks to the left and sees Dan with his shoes off. "Oh, my God," she thinks. In a very strange shot Dan is sitting on the chair looking guilty and staring at Meghan through the door as Julia leans against the closed door of her bedroom looking guilty as she pulls back her hair with one hand and fastens her blouse with another. Meghan looks through the window at the two of them for a second. She turns around and drops the cross which shatters on the pavement.
Mitch and Mary are in full thrusts with Mary on top and breathing heavy. Mitch's hand is on the back of her neck driving her up and down. We hear a phone ringing. Pan up to a bedroom. Cut to Meghan on a pay phone crying and saying, "Come on, Mom, I really need you." Pan across the bedroom to Mary's cell phone sitting on the bureau. "Hi, I can't come to the phone right now because I'm having my monthly drunken sex with my low libido husband, so leave a message and I'll call you back." Meghan lets the cell phone ring fifteen times (and it never really goes to voice mail) and she hangs up blubbering without tears. Cue the Get Real title card without the gospel singers as the show closes.
Tune in next week to answer the following questions: Will Cameron find love in the water? Will Kenny decide he was crazy for saying no and go back to Rebecca's house for sweet loving? In a house with three laptops, six bedrooms and eight phones, why doesn't Meghan have a cell phone? Kenny has a cell phone. Will they ever tell us to "Get Real" again?
Well, anyway, FOX says next week Meghan threatens to expose Julia and Dan's relationship. She gets bratty as Julia and Dan plead for Meghan to call off "her war." There's a lot of tucking of the hair. Move over, Dawson's Creek, there's another teacher-student relationship about to be exposed.