Talkin' 'bout My Generation
Meanwhile, Anders is obliviously waxing his car. We see him on prom night with Brenda getting crowned king and queen. He is actually watching the footage that The Voice brought over. In it, Anders is saying he's going to marry Brenda. When The Voice asks about seeing the footage of Brenda again, he shrugs it off and says that things change. When The Voice asks what his parents thought of her, there is some silence before he gets up and walks away.
Brenda is at work, interrupted by a co-worker who tells her the vote is going to start soon and he asks if she'd like to get set up on a date with one of his friends. She says she's not interested and we see on her computer she's been looking up Jackie and Anders' wedding announcement. When she realizes that the film crew has caught what she was doing, she agrees to go out with the blind date guy.
At Steven's mom's house in Austin, Falcon shows up and Steven explains that he's afraid to go out because of the "weird high school karma floating around." They discuss Steven running into Jackie, and how she flirted with him. Falcon classily says that having sexual relations with her would be akin to reaching the peak of Mount Everest. One might even want to take a lovely photograph to commemorate the occasion. He also shrugs off the fact that Jackie is Mrs. Anders now. Once discussion of future banging is done, Falcon asks about the fact that Steven banging Caroline on prom night lead to a kid that Steven is currently busy ignoring. Steven wants a minute to talk to Falcon alone... without the cameras.
The Voice asks Kenneth about a plan that he has, which involves him donating sperm to a bank so that he can help women have their babies. He looks uncomfortable just at talking about it, and just as I'm wondering if he's a 28-year-old virgin, the woman at the sperm bank asks if he has any STDs and he says no and that he's never... before he gets cut off. Yeah, clearly, poor awkward kid has never had sex. Aw. Now I feel bad for thinking he's a stalker. The woman at the sperm bank asks even more questions than The Voice, and she wants to know if his parents are alive. Mom is, but his Dad passed away when Kenneth was 19. She wants to know what of, but Kenneth would really rather not say, but it wasn't an illness that could be passed on to future offspring, so sperm bank lady really doesn't care. She hands him a cup and offers him a magazine, but he's got an image already in mind.