Cindy Plonkitt called me and was like, "I so told her not to tell anybody! That bitch!"
Kenny opens up his locker in the School Without Linear Time and finds his locker filled with Polaroid pictures of Rebecca. And remember, if you plan on moving, spend your last few moments using a Polaroid camera. Polaroid, for when you absolutely, positively want to be there, but you've got a Bad Dad. The pictures are all taken in front of Kenny's locker with Rebecca showing cleavage, shoving her fingers in her mouth, giggling at the camera. Kenny takes this as a good sign that Rebecca was thinking about him. He says he has to go see her and say goodbye. Victor says this could be his last chance to get laid "this century." Kenny turns around at the end of the hallway and shouts, "This isn't about sex!" "Yeah, well, you know, if she offers it, don't say no!" No one in the Nosy School even so much as glances as Kenny runs out of the school.
Meghan is curled in a fetal position at the bottom of the staircase, but none of the students trip on her because of her Center Of the Universe Force Field that keeps people out of her way. Best Friend Episode Seven Amy walks up and asks if Meghan heard that Julia quit. Meghan says she heard as she tucks back her hair. "I can't believe it; she was such a good teacher," Amy warbles. "Yeah, she was," Meghan smiles, as if Julia had died. "You okay?" Meghan asks Amy. "Yeah," Amy exhales, "I'm just really gonna miss her." In the background a woman begins singing a falsetto. "Yeah, me too," Meghan says. "Call me if you need to talk, okay?" Meghan says, signaling the end of Best Friend Episode 7. Amy walks off. Meghan looks up and sees Dan breaking the force field and walking down the stairs. "Dan? Dan? Dan? Dan, please wait, Dan?" "What do you want?" His lick-grin has dissolved. Meghan's hair alternates between messy and straight throughout the scene as Dan says that she did exactly what he asked her not to do and "completely wrecked" his and Julia's lives. "No, no, no, um, no, that's not true," Meghan's lips curl down. Dan interrupts this time and says, "You don't get it. But fine. I mean, whatever makes you happy because clearly that's what this has all been about. You." I plan to email Dan and tell him he could have known that weeks ago if he just read Mighty Big TV. Meghan scrunches her face as hard as she can to generate tears of pain and suffering but nothing seems to work. "Dan, um, it was really the right thing to do," she says, without telling him why or anything and just assuming he'd trust the Center of the Universe. "Yeah, you just keep believing that," he says with a nod and a lick. He leaves through the door in slow motion as the song tells us, "In the street today. But that was yesterday. Oh, that was yesterday." Yeah, I feel the depth, too.