Lily's a little unsteady in her conviction at lunch with Bart, and out of nowhere starts daydreaming during a business call Bart apologizes and excuses himself to take. She fiddles with her silverware for awhile, and there's a long, slow pan across all the rich people doing rich lunch stuff. The pianos of too much emotion start playing, and she dials Rufus with a quickness. I knew that second Chardonnay with lunch was a bad idea! Get her phone away from her! She tells Rufus she actually wants to see what they are, and what they could be. Cutely, Rufus is like, "Who is this?" She giggles, and they plan a meet-up at the completely ass-random location of 90th and Fifth that night at 6. Instead of asking why there, and yes, I'm sure there is a good reason but my maps are confused by this part, he just gulps and tries not to cry or something. Lily -- proving just how far down-slope she has slid today -- totally goes, "I'm scared, Rufus...in a good way." Oh, gross! I just punched myself in the nuts! In a bad way!
Queller welcomes all the kids back to their unending meeting hall discussion about pool safety, and then totally expels Nate for lying about how he was the guy who broke into the pool. "Although I appreciate his self-sacrifice, I don't abide dishonesty." She fully admits she's really just putting his head on a pike, though, and then awesomely is like, "Mr. Archibald, you know where to find the exit." Wow. Gossip Girl says something dumb about how St. Jude's new policy is "an eye for a lie," as though that makes a lick of sense, but she does love her rhyming puns and stuff. Queller...continues to get awesome. I wasn't sure about her at first, but man is she cool. "Watch him go, students! Who wants to be next?" I would have loved for the actor playing the headmistress to have leavened her gravitas with some, you know, fun, because that is some kick-ass shit she gets to say, and instead it just sounds creepy and bombastic. Too bad. She continues: "Until one of you comes forward, we'll keep going until every last one of you has walked out that door!" Everybody rolls their eyes except for Dan, who starts whimpering and crying again.