Ryan's shirt is the same fetching color as Sandy's robe, and he wears his bag messenger-style, which is just so exactly right for the character. He approaches Marissa's locker as she asks what happened to him last night; she waited, and she tried to call. He nonchalantly claims that he got "a little slimed," and that he's behind in his work. She's all, "After two days?" He asks what she did, and she says she didn't do anything; her meeting went long. He asks how it went, and she thinks it's going to be good. He asks what she did after the meeting, and she clarifies, "After I couldn't find you? I went home." She points out that he's got soccer practice later, and that she'll stop by. He shoots her the Blue Plastic, and then dismissively says he's got to get to class, and he'll see her. As he walks away, his expression changes from anger to determination.
Biology class. Summer places her index finger on a pinned frog and says, "Huh!" When she notices an amused Seth is watching, she clarifies, "I mean ew!" Seth's all, "That's my girl!" Summer spins and confirms that he's a "good dissector." He's all, "Hands of a surgeon!" It's decided, then; they can be lab partners, and he'll write up all the lab reports. At that moment, Anna appears, announcing that Seth already has a lab partner: he's "promised himself" to her. He's all, "Yes, I am betrothed." Hee. Anna dramatically snaps on a glove and announces, "Good!" As Summer snits off, Seth asks what Anna's doing. Summer wanted to be his lab partner, and Anna's "supposed to help [him] get her!" Anna cozies up to Seth, all, "Watch and learn, Cohen." She tells him to follow her lead and then announces, "Scalpel!" except she pronounces it, "SKAY-pel." That's not good. Summer, meanwhile, has seated herself with a dorky-looking guy. Seth asks where they should begin, and Anna responds, "The heart!" She then shoots Summer a perky look. Summer shoots back a not-so-perky look.
Wolfram and Hart South. Rachel greets Sandy as "Sanford," and announces that everyone is talking about him. He orders her to fess up, and asks if they hired him just because of the case; she claims they didn't even have the case when they hired him, and that Sandy shouldn't worry about it, because he's thoroughly convinced everyone that he's torn. She eagerly announces that the case could go all the way to the state Supreme Court. He knows that; he also knows he can win, but says it's more a question of what he's going to lose. She snits, "Well, if your marriage can't survive this, what kind of marriage is it?" Bitch.