Principal Mumbles's office. Jack has been called in, yet again. This can't possibly go well. Now, it appears that Bobby has told the principal the truth about the pot thing and now Jack is in trouble for covering for him, and the principal is thinking about executing them both, or something equally horrifying. Way to go, Bobby. Jack manages not to strangle his brother then and there, and assures the principal instead that Bobby is just trying to make Jack feel better about being off the track team and that this is what he's lying about. And Mumbles buys it.
So, this is the part of the show where Jack storms through the high-school hallways and yells at Bobby for being so dumb and ruining his life. You know, just like last week, except that Grace isn't there, so no one gets slapped this time. "You're my responsibility, dumb-ass," he spits, telling Bobby that he hates having him around because he makes everything worse. "You can never help, so just stay out of everything," Jack screams, before storming away. Bobby looks teary and sad. I would feel really bad for Bobby if his saintliness wasn't being shoveled down my throat at every turn. Yes, it is mean to yell at a sweet dorky eighth-grader. But it makes it worse when the sweet dorky eighth-grader is a legitimate pain in the ass, because then your audience feels all weird and uncomfortable because it makes them mean and horrible if they're relating to the yelling person and no one wants to feel weird and uncomfortable and mean and horrible while watching The WB.