Better kids at this school: they don't look right at me. Lindsay's asking Brian to behave. He promises not to mention dick if she doesn't talk about pussy. She asks him not to get in one of his moods. They enter the school. She tells him not to be nervous. He says if his heart rate was any lower he'd be dead.
Inside the school (and what a crappy first-grade-looking place it is for a day care pre-school). Lindsay and Brian are introduced as "The Kinneys" and led to the principal's office. Brian plays with toys until Lindsay barks at him to behave. He says she could send him to the principal's office, but he's already there. Lindsay says it's strange being there with him. She says she knew she'd have a child like Gus in a school like this, but she didn't think it'd be like this. "Well, there's no predicting," Brian says. "Oops, I said dick, didn't I?" Man. Lindsay asks Brian to be serious for a minute. Brian sits down, checks her watch, and says, "You're on." Lindsay laughs and says there was once a time when they first met that she thought this was what was going to happen to them. She asks if he felt the same way. He says he never did. "You wanted me to be serious," he says. "That doesn't mean I don't love you." Brian kisses Lindsay just as the principal comes to the door and calls them in. Lindsay blushes, but the principal says she thinks it's nice when young couples are affectionate, and thinks that children should see their parents be loving. She invites them in to discuss Gus.