A driver's ed car just picked up the teen girl who lives across the street from me. After watching her adjust the sideview mirror for two hours, I saw her make a jerky entrance onto the street. Is it wrong that I felt the impulse to go out and move my car? From my driveway?
The band is setting up. Jung Chu watches. Kyle, the kid with the house, packs away all breakables. Rory tries to tell them they look like a real band, but for some reason she doesn't know the phrase "#1 with a Bullet." Rory tries it more times than my neighbor kid just adjusted her rearview mirror. Todd Lowe tells Brian to move back more so his double-jump-kick with slashing windmills off the amp won't hit him. Dave calls the move too "Milli Vanilli." Because if there was one thing the Vanilli did, it was play the guitar with slashing windmills. Todd Lowe then chastises Brian for calling a plant by its genus and species, saying it's "very not rock and roll." Dave decides to finalize the set list.
Rory watches Kyle and his friend pack up the Hummels. She asks if he needs help. Kyle's mouth is so full of metal that I don't understand the first sentence after after three listenings. It sounds like, "Nope. Stashes snuggle up sin the art trial. Now, packin' up the Hummels." Kyle freaks when his mom's favorite -- Boy with Toothache-- is handled so recklessly by his friend Marshall, who promptly apologizes. Kyle asks about the double-jump-kick. Rory promises to put a stop to it. Marshall audibly appreciates the detail on one of the Hummels.