In the bathroom, Rayanne gently shoves Angela into a stall and says, "You want to have sex with him." Angela demurs, "Who?" "'Who?'" repeats Rayanne, "Jordan! Catalano? Come on, I'm not going to tell anyone, just admit it." Angela leans in and admits, "I just like how he's always leaning. Against stuff. He leans great. Either sex or a conversation -- ideally both." That really is ideal -- she's right. Angela goes to the mirror, and Rayanne declares, "Well, you'll have to come to Tino's tomorrow night. Angela, Jordan Catala --" Angela shushes her, since they aren't alone, and Rayanne whispers, "Jordan Catalano's gonna be there. Shhh!" Rayanne books, and Angela smiles at her reflection in the mirror for a moment, then follows, as AVO adds, "Rayanne always knows who's going to be there."
As they emerge from the bathroom, a very pained Sharon watches Angela, holding a pencil on a string as she considers a sign-up list of some kind. Angela catches her eye, and walks toward her, sort of raising her eyebrows in a "I'm not going to smile but I have to acknowledge you" gesture. Sharon leaps in front of her, babbling, "I can't believe you did that to your hair! Without telling me!" Angela says nothing.
In a classroom, Sharon and Angela share a table. Sharon sits with her hot-pink-tight-clad legs up on the table, while Angela languidly drapes herself on the heel of her hand. A teacher -- played by Hey! It's That Guy! Nada Despotovich -- tries to rally the troops by telling them, "Look, people, if we can't get through this, the yearbook won't have a theme." Well, now they're on fire. Nada walks past Brian Krakow, who is perched on a cabinet of some kind, framing Angela in the viewfinder of his camera. When she catches him looking at her, she pulls the collar of her sweater up over her face, and we presently cut to InsideAngela'sSweaterCam as AVO says, "My parents keep asking how school was. It's like saying, 'How was that drive-by shooting?' You don't care how it was. You're lucky to get out alive!" Nada reads the very smurfy suggested yearbook themes (including "Graduation, Final Frontier," "Apple, Fruit of Knowledge," and "Year 2000," the last of which gets Sharon's vote). Nada checks the list and asks, "Who didn't vote?" Angela pokes her head back out of her sweater and says, "Me." Everyone turns to stare at her, and Angela collects her books and makes for the door, saying, "I don't want to be on Yearbook. Sorry." Nada asks, "Do you mind telling us why?" Brian gets Angela in his viewfinder again as she says, "No. I mean...yeah. I mean, I don't know why." Brian snaps a photo just as she's tucking her hair behind her ear. It's a nice shot, but with all the sun coming in behind her, it probably won't turn out.