And now, something this show wisely avoided most of the time: a montage underneath a hit song. Rayanne drunkenly passes out a gazillion flyers for her party, inviting a whole cross-section of the school, while Toad the Wet Sprocket sings "Fall Down." A good song, sure, which does, I guess, include the lyric, "She said, 'I'm fine, I'm okay,' covering up her trembling hands." That's Rayanne to a tee. But still, a cheesy device, am I right? Lesser shows can do this. Anyway, there's slow-mohair, and Sharon looks on disapprovingly, and the highlight is that we see a split-second of Tino's back (I assume it's Tino), while he and Rayanne are making out in a car. ["I don't get the impression that Rayanne and Tino ever hooked up, but that's an interesting theory." -- Sars]
Graham is staring into his refrigerator, stunned. Patty enters, and says, "I'm sorry. I tried to reason with her." Graham stares. "Graham, please. Please close the refrigerator." He does. Patty leaves. He opens it again, and continues staring.
At My So-Called High, some girl is saying to Rayanne, "Well, I'm not sure but, if you tag with us, I can probably get you in." She wanders off, and Rayanne grabs Angela: "Word of mouth on this thing is, like, huge. Some girl just invited me. She, like, invited me -- to my own house. Saturday is gonna be historical." Uh-oh. On Saturday, Angela has "that stupid thing for my grandparents." Rayanne, walking away, says bitchily, "Fine. Go hang with your grandparents. You can memorize all the state birds or something." Then she leans back around the corner: "Hey Angela. I'M A BITCH!" Well, the first step is admitting you have a problem. Memorize that one, Ray-nee, you'll need it. Angela says, "Wait. If I can't come, can I at least help you get ready?" Help how, you ask, as does Rayanne. "I could -- move furniture."