Harbor. Summer runs up to Seth and Ryan and announces that she has an appointment with Dr. Kim. She has to change her college choices now that she got her SAT scores back. I'm not sure how the principal/headmistress/dean/whatever Dr. Kim's title is can help her with that, but whatever. Seth doesn't really care, but Ryan asks Summer what her score was. "I got a 2300," she says, shrugging. At first, I thought that was a joke, because I took the SATs way back when there were only two sections and the top score was 1600. But now they've added a new section and the top score is 2400, so Summer's 2300 is, in fact, very good. Ryan and Seth are shocked. "Is that bad?" Summer asks. So she's too stupid to know what a good score on the SATs is, but we're supposed to believe that she's smart enough to score that well? Ryan shares that Summer got an even better score than Seth did, prompting Seth to say that a study showed that, by probability alone, a third-grader could get a perfect score. Understandably, Summer takes offense to this. Seth says there is no other explanation for how Summer did so well. Summer just shrugs and walks away. Seth still doesn't understand how Summer got such a good score. "She did save Chrismukkah," Ryan points out.
Episode Report CardSara M: B- | 444 USERS: B-
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