The football dudes are staring at the girl they're still calling Scabby Abby. "They're fake, you know," one of them says. Nobody really cares. Nor do I, since it's obvious they're not. Homegirl has a normal chest; in fact it's downright modest for The WB. Yet, again, they're scripting it so it sounds like she's a silicone tart, when she just looks pretty normal. The football players all whistle and stare. The meanest of the lot says, "Are you kidding me?" He really needs to get some, and soon. Scabrous notices the guys staring and then runs away, arms going all over the place. This whole bit with the guys is really, really badly edited. The sound is going in ten different directions and none of it seems to match.
Scabrous at her locker. She now has a good-sized mirror sitting on the top shelf. She looks into it, happily, as she fixes her hair. The football player, Dick Butthead (he does bear an eerie resemblance to Butthead of Beavis and fame), suddenly appears at her locker and he's looking to score. He says he can't stop thinking about her. Ever since about twelve seconds ago. She asks if he's sure he's talking about the girl he used to call Scabby Abby. Ooh, a scabrous response! He says he totally deserved that. Well, she didn't. Dick Butthead says that if he'd been more patient and seen who she really was...oh, gag me with a prom corsage. He touches her chin creepily, and she bats her eyelashes. I'm just going to tell you now: I was really thinking she was going to get some vengeance Carrie-style, and that all of this was just her way of getting to that, but she really is stupid enough to fall for the guy who used to torment her the most. Stupid, stupid girl. Just as Dick calls Scabrous the most beautiful girl in the school, Lana Lang walks by carrying an armful of books to remind us who the real most beautiful girl in the school is supposed to be. No voting here. It's pre-ordained by the show Bible. Dick Butthead apologizes to Scabrous for being such a butthead. He asks if they can go somewhere a little more quiet than the empty school hallway. He keeps rubbing her chin, maybe to try to put some pimples there so that he'll remember what the old Abby looked like. She's just loving the attention. The two of them go off together.