The next day, Willie asks Sarah whether she met "the skanky blonde" last night. Sarah didn't. Willie is sad that he missed meeting her. Sarah says she felt bad for TB, and that TB was "very challenged, mentally." Sarah interviews that TB was "a bad bottle blonde," and that it's sad to see someone embarrass herself like that. I feel the same way each Tuesday night at 10 PM. Willie whines that he missed the whole thing, and asks if TB already left. Sarah says that those kinds of girls don't get to spend the night. Willie interviews that he's "so upset," and "next time [he'll] be in the front with a big bag of popcorn." I'm with Willie. No judgment. Just pure voyeuristic and almost anthropological interest.
Sarah finds TB's phone number, and Willie asks if he's "the only one who didn't meet the skank." I'm not a fan of the "skank" label, because it's usually shorthand for "woman who doesn't meet my Puritanical sexual standards," so it's kind of bugging me that Willie keeps using it. It's a loaded word, is all I'm saying. MJ overhears the whole thing (which he couldn't help doing since Willie was yelling it) and says that half the house thought TB was pretty, and half didn't. Sarah says she wouldn't say "good-looking," but TB was "the cute girl that guys look at after they've had a couple." Sounds like Sarah has experience in that area. MJ says it was 4 AM, and Sarah says it's fine because "that's what they're for." And Sarah is a virgin.
Willie, Sarah, and Mel drive somewhere. Sarah asks if she should call that gay guy. Willie and Mel are noncommittal. Mel thinks Sarah just wants to make out. Sarah agrees, but she wants to talk to Willie's friends first and find out Jason's deal.
Sarah is at the hair salon, getting highlights, which is kind of ironic since she just told us how much she hates people with fake hair color. The guy doing her hair is Willie's friend Diana, who also knows Jason. Diana thinks Jason is a nice schoolteacher, but that he's definitely gay. I hope his school district knows that he's gay. They do now. Not that it should matter, but in some districts, it kind of does. Sarah respects homosexuality, but she's attracted to Jason. Sarah interviews that she doesn't want to push Jason into being with her if he doesn't want it, but she wouldn't pursue it if he wasn't giving her signals. Sarah checks out her hair, which she loves. The highlights are nice, but her bangs seriously have to go.