High school. I'll be damned. Max and Liz are cutting class, sitting in a closet somewhere. They're talking about Liz's dad. Liz says that last night her parents were arguing about her. She says she didn't know that he had another side to him. Max asks what she's talking about, and Liz says she doesn't want to tell Max what it is, for some reason. Then they get busted by a teacher. Y'all, they were in the Eraser Room. This high school has an entire room dedicated to erasers. Hilarious. The teacher, who is the first person I've seen who actually looks like an alien, tells the kids to quit "steaming up the windows" and get out of there. Liz pouts off. "Bad move, Max," the teacher says. Max says they were just talking. "Planning a bank heist?" the teacher asks, and then leaves. So, I guess this Max and Liz robbed something together recently? Did they go to jail? Yeah, I remember the parents saying that Liz was in jail.
Isabel is talking to her parents, telling them that Max is now living with Michael. Or "crashing," as she puts it. Isabel's dad is asking if Max is paying rent, and Isabel says she doesn't want to talk about it anymore. Me either. Isabel's dad announces that Jesse is leaving and now he has to look for another lawyer. Part of this scene is filmed on the other side of glass, for some reason, and there are sparkles and reflections all over the place. Isabel's dad says that Jesse's moving back to New York. He says Jesse just walked out this afternoon. Isabel mumbles that she forgot some books at school and stammers out. Mom asks about dinner, and Isabel says she'll be back. She just leaves, just like that. I'd be so grounded. Are all of them aliens?
I like to watch one commercial round when I see a new show to find out what demographic I'm in. According to this, the UPN thinks that if you like Roswell, you want to see Snoop Dogg's new movie, need Arrid XX for your stinky pits, eat M&M's and find those candy things funny, want to play the Nintendo Gamecube, shop at IKEA, drink Slim Fast, and shouldn't take drugs in front of younger siblings.