"Look, I'm really flattered," Meghan is in full "Me" mode here, sitting in Principal Foreshadowing's office. She says that she thinks it would be best if she withdrew her name from valedictorian. PF says that he doesn't understand. She says she'd feel like a hypocrite. PF says she's not the first eighteen-year old to question the future. Oh, Lord. Don't ever try and tell Meghan Green that she's not special. He hands Meghan a big envelope full of brochures. She says that maybe she wasn't making herself clear. He says that he's already announced her and he's not going to un-announce her. "Like it or not, you've earned this." The five-note jingle dances around as Meghan can't help but smile and take the envelope, knowing just how smart and popular she really is. I hope she goes to Guam.
Back at The Pit, Kenny takes a seat next to Taylor and says hi. She says he looks familiar. He turns around and raises his hand. She says he's in her History class. Blah, blah, blah he knows all the answers. Blah, blah, blah, her History final is coming up. Blah, blah tutorcakes. Kenny sits back down with Cam to say that he's getting together with Taylor tomorrow night to "study." They drink coffee. Everyone else is just staring at each other.
Now all three Green kids are shopping. I don't know what time it is, either. Cam is tossing food at Kenny as Kenny is saying that Mitch can't eat any of the food he's choosing. Cam says that the Pop Tarts are low-fat and the rest of the food is for him anyway. He says he got food for Mitch anyway. "Yeah," Kenny says, "you got Metamucil and Tic Tacs." Cam says the Tic Tacs are actually for him. Meghan asks if they can find something on Mitch's list of food items. Cam asks if valedictorians are always so bossy. Meghan asks how they heard. They just laugh at her. They tell her it's all over school. She sneers and groans, because it's so embarrassing. She makes them promise not to tell Mitch or Mary. There's some sort of questioning as to why she'd want to do that, but I'm sure Kenny and Cam can figure out that big secret = personal strife for Meghan, and that's her life force. "Any idea where Dad is?" Kenny asks. "I think I saw his car over there weaving by the Doritos." As the Green kids snicker and debate about whether or not that is funny, I enjoy my first real laugh in a long time while watching Get Real. Hee. Of course, they ruin it by making me feel all guilty for laughing by showing Mitch trying to read a label on a box of cereal. All three Green kids have stopped laughing as well, and they discuss whether or not Mitch looks older, or still looks "like Dad." Oh, and if you're gonna be going through a quick brain-deterioration during what's supposed to be a Very Special HIV episode, be sure to use the cereal Mitch does. Healthy Choice. When you're down to your last two episodes, make sure you make the Healthy Choice. Cancellation. The Green kids start emptying out the cart and go to find the actual items on Mitch's list. Woah. Either Meghan had a growth spurt, or someone put her in a boobie shirt. Man, she's kinda busty for a grocery-store-dad's-all-old-and-dying scene. Oh, maybe it's her hair. No, wait. I'm not going to be reduced to slow-motioning Anne Hathaway's chest. Okay, just this once. For you. No, I think that's really cleavage.