"When I first met Jack, I was too young to see him as anything, really, other than a crush says," says a woman from THE FUTURE identified as "Former First Lady Courtney McCallister," who, for what it's worth, has aged incredibly poorly. "Our relationship never really developed the way either one of us thought it would. But what first love does?" Or, really, any love?
High school, where Marcus is dealing with the fact that now they have to hang out with Bobby all the time. "What's the matter, Marcus? Worried that when the chicks see me, they'll forget all about you?" Bobby chuckles -- rather charmingly, it must be said. Marcus mutters that maybe he'll just wire Bobby's jaw shut. And there's Courtney, who strolls across the quad with some paperwork to tell Bobby that she did a little running around, and Unrealistic High now has a space club. Bobby falls totally in love with her right there and starts yammering about when they'll have their meetings. He's cycling through the days of the week when Marcus grabs him. "Just come with me, little man," he says. "I don't want to come with you," Bobby whines. "Too bad," saysMarcus . Courtney and Jack stare at each other. She looks quite pretty in red. He tells her that it's been a bad week, so if she could tell him how much she hates him later? That would be great. Courtney just says that she heard about the track team, and about his brother and...she'll see him around. She smiles. Jack asks her if she might want to do something some time. She's totally into that vague invitation and tells him that she's still waiting on that "life-altering experience." Jack grins. "Yeah, I'm working on that," he tells her. I wonder if it involves...no, I can't even type that. It's too dirty. Courtney smiles flirtatiously and walks off.