High school. Natalie pulls up in her cherry-red motor vehicle. Emory Dick races his bike right past her and into the bushes. After a moment, he climbs hazily out of the foliage. "Are you all right?" Natalie asks. He's fine, he tells her. "What about your bike?" He'll get it later. Natalie is wearing a hideous white puffy jacket. White puffy jackets are so two seasons ago. She mentions that she came by his house that morning. "Is something wrong?" she asks. He repeats that he's fine, and wonders what she wanted. Natalie wanted to apologize about you know what? This scene is incredibly dull. Natalie wants to apologize about the incident in the cafeteria. And I want to apologize about how dull this scene is! Long scenes full of people I don't know and who will never be in another episode again, just yammering? Don't care! Totally don't care! Long story short: Natalie's all thinking about the futility of life since her boyfriend fell out of a shopping cart to his death, and Emory Dick loves her, and then, all of a sudden, she makes a face like she loves him too, and hello? Her boyfriend just died.
Okay, so Natalie walks away and Emory Dick's just standing there like an idiot staring at her ass when Moronica pulls up in a car and says she needs to talk to him.
Principal Witter's office; Emory Dick watches "Dumb-ass," wiping the sweat off his face with a Kleenex. "Why are you showing me this?" he asks. "What do you think of it?" Doggett asks, crossing his arms and leaning against the desk. "The show?" Emory asks. "That, and the kids who make it," Doggett responds. Emory makes noncommittal noises. Doggett wonders if Emory "had anything against Capt. Dare." Emory stutters that he didn't. Doggett wonders if Emory finds it odd that Capt. Dare was attacked and killed by insects. Emory stumbles that he does, of course. Of course he does! At this point, the office door swings open with a bang, revealing Principal Witter. "No one interrogates my son in my office without my permission," she yells. She keeps yelling, and Emory Dick stares up at the ceiling. Flies are gathering. Eventually, Principal Witter gets to the part of her diatribe wherein she screams that Emory knows nothing! And they all turn to look at him, and see that he's utterly covered with flies.