Di and Kirky are dragging Our Miss Peters into an interrogation room. "Do you want something to drink?" asks Di. "Please don't act like you're my friend," says the teacher. Oh, I hate her. Martinez comes up and says that Jason is withdrawn. Poor kid. Then he gets all happy and asks, "So, are we gonna go at this miserable bitch?" For some reason, Di and Kirky tell him no, and that it will distract Miss Peters from making a statement if Martinez is there. "You feel she shows a little arrogant patronizing attitude in my direction? That biased arrogant bitch." asks Martinez. Right on the money, honey -- we ALL see that. So then they tell him he can watch through the two-way mirror and he goes "Okay, I'll go watch from the cheap seats...I'll go sit in the Latino section."
Inside the little room, Hank exits as Kirky and Di enter to go at that arrogant Miss Peters. She starts bitching right away: "You drag me in here like a criminal...do you know how you hurt those kids...you've damaged their idea of what a teacher is." Kirky dryly says, "You think seducing a kid that trusted you might damage what Jason's idea of a teacher is?" Miss Peters snaps, "I'm not going to talk about my personal life." OH MY GOD!! I hate Miss Peters. Di hates her too, because she yells, "When you have sex with a fifteen-year-old, it stops becoming your personal life, and you become a collar for rape three!" Miss Peters, who STILL does not get that she is SO wrong, says, "Jason is no ordinary fifteen-year-old. Not in my soul, and not in his, has ANYTHING we've done been wrong. There's a part of Jason's soul that you will never be able to reach, and Jason will remember the TRUTH." Oh, so then it's okay! We didn't understand, sorry. In your SOUL he's not half your age and he's not just an innocent kid you're exploiting...right. Now go on your merry way. Now wake up and realize that you're doing the WRONG THING! Miss Peters even manages to insult Jason's mom: "Sonia will end his education if she finds out! She is terrified he'll go to college and take up with strong, smart women." All I can say is OH MY GOD! Then, because it's Kirky and Di who are ruining Jason's life here, Miss Peters reminds them what will happen to the boy: He'll become a laborer or a busboy. "But you won't be able to see what's in his soul...you won't see what he's remembering...he's going to remember his teacher...he's going to remember me." Kirky drawls, "We all will never forget you, Jenny." You got THAT right, sister. More full of herself, she could not be: That's Our Miss Peters.