Kenny runs up to the teacher and says he needs to be excused for an intestinal emergency. The teacher looks at him and nods her head to the right. He runs off. Kenny walks over to Victor who tells him that Rebecca is at her locker. "Rebecca, you're sure it's Rebecca?" "Uh, blonde, short...red bra?" Kenny hands him the crumpled note and runs off in the direction of Rebecca. "I didn't know Kenny could run," Victor says as the extras at the end of the hallway turn to watch Kenny around the corner as if to say, "Somethin's up with the boy!" Cue wacky swing music (think the episode in Moonlighting where everyone was running around the hotel hallways, or the end of Clue, but take out the funny). Fwa-na-nah, fwa-na-nah! Kenny turns the corner and runs towards the stairs -- Oops! The stairs are out of order! Ruh-roh! Fwa-na-nah, fwa-na-nah! Kenny runs back the direction he came from and passes two other extras who stare like, "Somethin's wrong with the boy!" Fwa-na-nah, fwa-na-nah! Kenny passes Tennisha, who says, "I didn't know Kenny could run." She shakes her head and walks off. Fwa-na-nah, fwa-na-nah! Kenny gets to the end of the hallway and sees Rebecca cleaning out her locker. He stops. "Rebecca!" he shouts as we pan back down the long hallway and the bell rings. Fwa-na-nah, fwa-na-nah! "Rebecca!" Rebecca, of course, can't hear Kenny over the wacky swing music. All eight hundred students in the school stand in the hallway, and don't give Kenny the decency they give the other two Green kids to never, ever be in the way. Fwa-na-nah, fwa-na-nah! Men with sideburns and beards cower over Kenny as he tries to squirm his way through the crowd. Fwa-na-nah, fwa-na-nah! He walks past a fifty-year-old man. "Rebecca!" He gets to the locker, but it's open and empty. No Rebecca. Fwa-na-nah, fwa-na-nah! The locker is empty except for a pen. He gave her his heart and she gave him a pen.
Instead of turning the corner to see where Rebecca went, or maybe trying to follow her to her house, Kenny just stands at the locker long enough for Helmet Head to turn the corner on his killer board. As he skates down the hallway girls are jumping out of the way like he's on fire. Cameron beelines over to Tennisha as the fifty-year-old dude from before shakes his head at kids these days. "You're impeding my progress," Tennisha says, crossing her arms. Exhale. Exhale. Exhale. Cameron's all talking about how when she was trying to tell him that he was being a jerk he like, so didn't get it, but like now, he like, so gets it, you know? And Tennisha's all tsk, and Cameron's all, "I am so sorry you got caught up in all of my moves. All right? I did not mean to play you like that." And Tennisha's like, so not buying it, right? So Cameron's all, "To me you were-- NO!" he yells like she was like interrupting him and everything? But like she wasn't? So, you know he was like, wiggin' or some shit, and he's all saying that she's all special, and I'm like, "Special Ed! Ha!" but she like can't hear me because she's on the t.v.? So she, like, totally didn't get my joke. Anyway, she's all, "I'm so over you, you know." And Cameron's all, "Great. Because I was thinking that, you know, it'd be cool if we could just hang out again." And she's all what about Nicole and he's all I just want to be friends. Like, Tennisha starts wigglin' her head and shit-talking about how Cameron doesn't know how to be friends with a woman but he's all like wanting to try and stuff? So she's like I don't know, and he's like, you're my only chance and stuff? So, she's like, okay, we'll try and stuff. So, I don't know, I guess they're cool. And they start walking down the hall and he puts his arm around her, so you know, they'll probably hook up anyway.