Time for the clips of the Prom dance-floor shenanigans! JockDan grabs Jeff's leg, and he falls over. Jason spins on his back really impressively. Sarah almost falls out of her dress. The conga line congas, booties waggle, and the honking ska assaults us all. Then there's a lingering shot of the disco ball, because of course, as in every prom that's ever appeared onscreen, the disco ball is a time portal, taking us magically to the slow dance part of the evening. Dave and Holly slow-dance. Yep, they slow-dance. Man, it's a good thing Dave and Holly like to slow-dance, because really, all you can do with Dave and Holly is just film them from different angles anyway. Holly: "Dave's great. He's more than great -- he's unbelievably wonderful and perfect." Dave says that if he wanted things to be exactly the way he wanted, he would go down on one knee and propose to her, because she is perfect. But he doesn't do that, so it's not completely perfect, because if it was, then there wouldn't be any way to go beyond perfect and we'd all be bored. Oh, wait -- we already are.
We see the moon. It's not a full moon, but still it makes Natasha all babbling crazy in an interview: "I guess this whole ending thing, and like with Summer and Dave getting married, and it's just kind of like, you know, it just reminds me that I've [bleeped] up so bad! Like, you know? I just like let myself go with this whole thing and just let you know let things happen and that wasn't uh that was FUN. But, um, it wasn't the right thing to do." Huh? Yeah. In an interview, Barbato says that Natasha "is acting really cold" to him. We see them at their table at Prom; Dan is leaning in way close and talking to her. Then they're off in a corner, but their personal mics are working perfectly. Natasha's all, "I didn't come here to get together with anyone," and Barbato's all, "What are you saying?" and then Natasha says, "I just got carried away, that's all!" And then they stomp off in opposite directions, and wouldn't you know, there's this fabulous tinsel curtain in Natasha's direction to lend just the right disco flair to her pain. Then Dan B. stands on the dance floor with his fedora tipped over his face. No, really. Remember when you were twelve, and you'd fantasize about having major drama with your future boyfriend, and you were thinking maybe sometimes it would be just like that one part in the "Save A Prayer" video? Yeah. You thought up this exact scene. You know you did. And remember when you sneaked your first ever wine cooler and got buzzed and tried to imagine Simon LeBon? Yeah. You thought up Dan Barbato instead.