Summer says in an interview, "I was just interested in having my fun Hall Pass, and beyond that, I didn't care." "Aww, Natasha looks so sad," says Sarah. She points around the kitchen. "She really looked sad walking from there to there." I wish I'd said that. I'll probably I think I did say it fifty years from now, when I'm really old and the experience of recapping this show has sufficiently messed with my head enough to get it confused with my real high school memories. Yep.
Hey, there's a Snickers commercial. Did you know that the announcer guy on the Snickers commercial went to OPRF?
Apparently people are still writing out stuff for the Rumor Mill game. We see that it's Dan B. who writes the question to Summer about sleeping with a teacher. "Something went on there, so I want to know the truth," he says to the camera. Yeah, so we never find out. Meanwhile, everyone in the District 103 Office just crapped themselves. Summer and Dan get ready for their date. "I knew Dan and I had hung out enough and had enough conversation that I knew we'd have fun and have something to talk about," she says. Ben and Maya get ready for their date. Hey, are we all starting to understand that girls put on makeup before dates? Wow.
Summer comes downstairs to the living room all dressed up. Natasha's reaction: what you'd expect. Patricia says oh, never mind, we don't care. In an interview, Summer says, "It would make sense that Natasha would be a little intimidated, but I don't care whatever their romance was or wasn't, it wasn't really my responsibility." Summer and Dan B. walk out to leave. Natasha says something about Summer's miniskirt. "She pulled that up pretty high," adds Chris. Hee, Chris.