Kennedy parking lot. It's an outdoor setting with extras and everything. Mary Cherry is driving a gigantic Humvee -- only it says "Hummer" on the hood. Hee! Carmen is in the passenger seat, and they are both driving to school together to get in some early-morning calisthenics. Mary Cherry is complaining about how exhausting the strenuous exercise is on her "waifish heroin-chic physique." Carmen points out that they need to be in serious shape if they want to be back on the squad. I thought "the squad" no longer existed after Nicole closed it down and replaced it with "Bring it." Whatever. "Yeah, okay, see Carm?" says Mary Cherry momentarily frustrated at being delayed from finding a parking space by the special-ed bus (or, in layman's parlance, the short bus) and gesturing wildly with her manicured hands. "Warm-ups are for day people like you. I'm a star. I have what industry insiders call it. I'm ready for those auditions." She honks her horn and tells the "retards" to get moving. When they don't, she backs up her Hummer recklessly and ploughs into another student's car. They get out of the car to inspect the damage. Carmen checks out the bumper stickers (one is for the LA Raiders and the other says, "My Other Car Is A Big Knife") and identifies the owner of the car as Big Bertha Muffin, the only seven-year senior at Kennedy. "I hear she killed her parole officer!" says Carmen, gulping with fear. Mary Cherry couldn't care less. At Carmen's insistence, she leaves a note. What Carmen doesn't realize is that Mary Cherry signs Nicole's name to a very snarky and unrepentant note.
Episode Report CardGustave: F | 484 USERS: C+
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