Harrison and Josh come to school as dueling Tony Mineros in white polyester three-piece suits. Montage sequence of Harrison and Josh each walking down the hall with a can of paint, checking out the ladies. For the record, Josh is much better at it than Harrison. In my opinion, Harrison is in way over his head. They file past Lily. "Boys!" she says to herself exasperatedly. April pops up next to her and agrees that the Travolta club is much too male-dominated. She suggests that Lily enter the contest to become president. "Besides the Glamazons," says April, arguing toward her feminist sensibility. "Every club at this school has a male president." Funny, I thought Lily was president of "Kennedy Students Support GAYS & LESBIANS Club." Don't tell me she gave up the fight! Lily is concerned that she'll never be able to outdance Josh or Harrison. April reminds her that she's the judge of the contest. "I can't guarantee you'll win," she says. "But you will get extra points for not having a Y-chromosome." Or a brain in your head, for that matter.
Nicole comes to talk to Emory in an empty classroom where he has just given Harrison a dance lesson. She tells him that his girlfriend, April, is thinking of cutting his club after all. This incenses Emory and he vows to silence her once and for all. Nicole, who is on his side because all she wants is for April to cut the Glamazons, convinces him to use a skeleton in April's closet as leverage to change her mind instead. "Is there a photo or a video or something?" she asks innocently. Emory wracks his brain and then remembers the video they made. "There is something," he says. "But it could be embarrassing for me, too." "Oh Lord," says Nicole sincerely. "I would never let it get that far!"
The Novak. Carmen and Mary Cherry are recovering from last night's game. Apparently they both suffered injuries trying to compete with the "Liza lovers on steroids" that inhabit the new amazing Pep Squad. "Who can help us?" asks Mary Cherry, munching on a tube of cookie dough. Gus Latrine enters, offering his services to assist them in getting those "amped up action figures back to Janet Jackson's rehearsal hall where they belong." Carmen asks what he's got on April. Gus tells them that April is paying for "Bring It" out of school funds. Apparently the bank still calls him for verification. Mary Cherry wants to know why he's coming to them. Gus answers that he's been cooking the books himself so he doesn't want to get involved. "Tell us what to do, Latrine," says Mary Cherry.