Angela catches up with Rickie "Suave" Vasquez and Rayanne "That Rude Girl" Graff. Rayanne seems to be telling Rickie a story about a girl named Dana Odenkirk. She enumerates all Dana's physical attributes so that Rickie can place her, and when he asks, "What about her?" Rayanne says, "Nothing. She just annoys me." As Rayanne complains about Dana's possibly-silicone-enhanced lips, Angela spies Jordan "The Object of Beauty" Catalano over Rayanne's shoulder (his hair much longer than it was in the pilot -- about the length of Daniel's from Freaks and Geeks, only clean), and in an overly animated tone, Angela demands, "Really? You think she did, really? You think she siliconed her lips, REALLY?" Jordan passes without acknowledging Angela. Rickie looks horrified at Angela's metamorphosis, and Rayanne murmurs, "Angela, he's gone. You can talk like a normal person." "Oh, God," Angela moans, and Rayanne says, "You have got to progress to the next phase of this. I mean, think of Rickie and me." Rickie presses his cheek to Rayanne's as she asks, "How much more can we take?" Angela protests that she doesn't want to look like she's throwing herself at Jordan, and Rayanne says, "Excuse me. People throwing themselves at people? Is, like, the basis of civilization." Rickie says that Rayanne has a point. Angela smirks, and then turns her head to ogle Jordan, leaning, while AVO says, "If Jordan Catalano is, like, nearby, my entire body knows it. Like one of those dogs that point? I'll keep talking and stuff, but my mind won't even know what I'm saying. I keep wondering if there's like, a term for this." I think it's known as "adolescence."
The Bio teacher who was in last week's episode gives the class some final instructions: "Now, before we cut our hearts open --" Various students start groaning loudly, and the teacher whines, "People! It's a pig heart." She says something about an alternate assignment for students opposed to vivisection, and as Brian "Boitano" Krakow reaches for a heart for himself, and one for his lab partner, Angela, Showcase inexplicably cuts to commercial.
And when we come back, it's the same scene, obviously, because Showcase cut away in the middle, and the teacher is still droning on about what an experiment is. Brian is smiling at Sharon "Sweater Puppies" Cherski, who glares back until Brian awkwardly glances away. He and Angela both pick up their textbooks, and when Angela tries to make friendly eye contact with Sharon, the latter bitterly looks away. Angela sort of shrugs with her eyes. The teacher says that a successful experiment depends on "precision, observation, and clear, concise communication." A male voice shouts, "What?"