At the Harbor School, Ryan's back in stealth mode, approaching Marissa's locker to return the letter. As he looks around furtively, the camera pans back to reveal that Oliver is propped up against the next locker. He weasels that it's cool that Ryan knows Marissa's combination because she must really trust him. When Ryan explains that it's for emergencies, Oliver grills him as to what the problem is. Did Ryan run out of erasers? Has he no ink in his pen? Ryan defensively mumbles that he forgot a book, and Oliver claims he was just kidding around. Luke interrupts their conversation, complaining that the last class of the day is always tough to get through. He looks Oliver over appraisingly, and then extends a cautious hand. Oliver announces that he and Marissa were thinking of putting together a camping trip, and Luke thinks it sounds like a good idea. When Ryan also unenthusiastically agrees, Oliver says he'll let Marissa know. As Oliver dandies off, Luke tells Ryan, "Yeah. I do not like that kid at all." Hee. As Ryan starts to complain, Luke cuts him off to say that Oliver's after Marissa, and that Ryan needs to tell Oliver to back off. Luke offers to do it for Ryan, which Ryan says he'll keep in mind. Luke leaves, but not before telling Ryan to give him the word to "drop The Great Gatsby" on Oliver. But that's a pretty small book -- only about two hundred pages or so. He'd inflict much more damage with War and Peace.
Meanwhile at The Big House, Danny goads Seth in a videogame with comments about his "mama." He's all, "Guess what? Whose got the secret codes? Danny does! Guess what, buddy? You are Punk'd! There's a camera there, and a camera there, and a camera right there! Who's your daddy? Who's your daddy?" The latter part is accompanied by weird, circular stroking motions in the air. Seth scratches his head in dismay while witnessing Danny's flailing. When Seth's father enters and introduces himself as Sandy, Danny responds, "Why don't you take a shower?" And I'm sorry, but that one made me laugh. Sandy's eyebrows rise about a foot in the air as he double-takes, "Pardon me?" Danny claims he was just kidding, adding, "I like ya dirty." Hee. As the Cohen men continue to stare, Danny quietly mutters to himself, "Sandy. Dirty. Sandy. Dirty."
Cut to the kitchen, where Sandy is amazed by Danny's lack of funny. He tells Seth, "He makes Ryan look funny!" and Seth's all, "He makes Marissa look funny!" Hee, again. Sandy laments, "Gentiles. I love your mother more than words. But not funny." He sends Seth back into Danny with the admonition that he should "get himself some funnier friends."