Rachel and Puck are lying on her bed. Rachel tells Puck that she has some "bad news," namely that she didn't get in to Princeton. Puck wants to know if Rachel wanted to go to Princeton just because it was Princeton, and she snippily tells him that she's been "preparing for this major for two years," and that "graduate school isn't something that you just decide to go to." Whatever. I still think if Princeton were named Yokel U, Rachel probably wouldn't have applied. Puck tells Rachel that he wishes her the best and says that he's not sure what he wants to do with his life, but he does want to "get away from bike messengering," and that "there's something else for [him] in this world besides being a messenger." Apparently that "something else" was a opening a worm farm, which has since folded. That's right, I said "worm farm."
Dudd and Pam are trying to talk Puck into finding out who actually owns the dog. Puck is reluctant and invokes Section 30012-748 of the Playground Ethics Codex, more commonly known as The "Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers" Clause. But the others prevail, and we get a montage of Puck taking Polaroids of the dog and making flyers. Puck tells an unknown housemate that if the person who claims to own the dog isn't the "right" kind of person, Puck will pretend that he's not convinced that they're the owner and keep the dog.
Cory and Geoff, a British friend of Puck's, are flirting while playing pool. Later, Puck goads Cory into giving Geoff a goodbye kiss on the cheek, but Cory is all embarrassed because boys have cooties. Then the bell rings and recess is over.