Comic Book League hilarity, anyone? Seth sits alone at a table and is soon joined by Ryan. Seth asks Ryan if he'll take the minutes, and then calls the meeting to order. Ryan quietly reminds Seth that it's just the two of them, and maybe they could just do this at home, but they are momentarily joined by...well, hello, Seth Cohen 2.0. He's maybe a little duller around the eyes, but he's clearly Summer's boyfriend, so we should start comparing them instantly. On the negative side, I'm sure he's not Jewish, so the food at family holidays might not be as good. On the plus side, he's not Jewish, so less dovoning. So much to think about. Seth 2.0 tells them that he's there for the league meeting, which Seth and Ryan welcome with consecutive "You are?"s. He asks why he wouldn't be, and Seth asks, "Because you're on the water polo team?" He wants to know what Seth means by that, so Seth changes the subject to, conveniently, comics, quizzing his future doppelganger on the relevant subject matter: "What day of the week do new comic books come out on?" Seth 2.0 knows that it's Wednesday. He also knows that Wonder Woman doesn't have a secret identity, and they agree that that is "a mistake, by the way." With which our superhero, Seth Cohen, meets his own arch-nemesis: the wily, duplicitous, and almost as aw-shucksy supervillain, Non-Jewish Seth Man. It's a metaphor. And it's already more clever than all of Unbreakable.
Banter about Superman and a line about The Hulk that's really designed to make you think leads Seth and his new manlover (and Ryan) to the front door of the school, where they agree to meet every Wednesday and circle jerk to the latest issues (and I'll prove I know a little something about comics myself: best. Circle jerk. Ever) and stuff. They part, Seth telling Ryan, "I love that guy." But they're soon to notice that, in Ryan's words, "You're not the only one." Seth looks on in horror, saying it's impossible that Summer's dating Seth 2.0. Ryan suggests that, until a minute ago, Seth wanted to date him, but Seth correctly notes that all Summer's doing is dating the WASP version of Seth. Summer and SethWASP walk away together, Seth wondering somewhere deep within him which one he's pining for more.