Previously on Get Real: another recap of the pilot. Parents aren't having sex. Kenny meets a blonde. Meghan isn't going to college.
As we fade into Meghan asleep on her bed, she tells us she's having a "kick-ass dream" where she's flying and telling her graduating class in true Say Anything style, "Go back." Essentially. But in a less entertaining way. Meanwhile Mitch and Mary are telling their therapist about their kids' problems. Cameron is in class. His teacher is lecturing to the class about death. Cameron opens his enormous mouth and eats an apple with an unnecessarily loud sound effect. The teacher asks Cameron to put the fruit away. He moves his greasy hair aside and begins eating a banana. "Why must you always question authority?" the teacher asks. "Why must authority always question me?" Cameron retorts, and the class gives him the obligatory guffaw. Cameron is sent to the Vice Principal's office "again." The parents continue talking to the therapist to say that Kenny is a hornball. The therapist asks Mitch when was the last time he laid his body on Mary's and let her "smell your smells." She tells them to do it all for the nookie.
The guidance counsellor is talking to Rolly-Eyed Meghan but we can see that he's reciting a speech "I'm not the mother from My So-Called Life but I'm almost" Mary wrote for him. Meghan asks the camera, "Mom, how could you?" And we go to a quick opening credit and our first commercial before we can see Meghan push her hair back and scowl.
I noticed last week how much Kenny looks like the Pepsi girl and I was going to make a joke about it. I found out that he's her brother. I'm good. I watch a Pepsi commercial and enjoy seeing his more talented sister pretend she's Barry White. I don't even like the Pepsi commercials. I don't like Pepsi. But I do like it when the younger sister in a thirty-second piece can show up the older brother in a fifty-five-minute piece.
Back in the "Real World," Mitch and Mary are in an elevator debating the sex therapist's advice. They go through their dayplanners to make sex plans. An elderly couple enters the elevator and listens. Mitch and Mary settle a time for "lunch." They leave and the old guy gets the cap: "Someone's going to the bone yard." I'm nauseous.
Meanwhile, "I can't believe I'm so aghast again" Meghan and Cameron are at the office. Meghan leaves angry. Cameron sees his friend Tennisha. She's in for "public display of independent thought." "Later?" she asks. "Sooner," he responds. He's so friggin' cool. At the same time Kenny is showing around the new girl. She's wearing a blue bra today. New girl's name is Rebecca Peabody, poor girl. victor interrupts to talk to Kenny and for some reason Kenny introduces him to us again. If you didn't know where this scene was going -- Kevin ditches Paul to spend time with Winnie.