Cut to the present, where Tru wakes up, having apparently nodded off in front of a computer at the morgue. See, this is what happens when you get eighteen minutes of sleep a day. She expresses relief that she was just dreaming, as Davis Stilldoesn'thaveafullname wanders over. He notices a fancy invitation that Tru has gotten to her upcoming five-year high-school reunion. Five-year reunion? I don't think my class even had a ten-year reunion. Or, I wasn't told anyway. Not that I would have gone. Shudder. Davis asks her if she's going. She says "absolutely...not" and tosses the invite into a trash can.
Credits. That was the opening teaser? Man, that sucked. I think I prefer it when they mess up the timeline and show the victim getting killed in advance. Actually, I think I'd prefer it if there were no teasers at all, because somebody with a brain CANCELLED THE SHOW.
Oh, those sad folks at Boston Public are still trying to get our attention. I'm sure they're going to have an episode revolving around teen cannibalism during February sweeps.
When we return, Harrison "Tell Me It's Real (Again, Because I Keep Forgetting)" Davies, Lindsay Alsodoesn'thaveafullname, and Luc Tooprettytohaveafullname are drinking coffee with Tru at Standard Café and spitting awful exposition in our faces. Lindsay is ordering Tru to come to the reunion, even though Tru doesn't want to. So Lindsay and Tru knew each other in high school? So why did Tru say that Candace was her best friend? Oh, I forgot that Tru secretly hates Lindsay. Anyway, Lindsay threatens to drag Tru there. Luc warns that Tru's stubborn, like he's known her for all of five minutes, so shut it, Luc. Harrison tells her that he's going, too, as Lindsay's date, even though he only graduated three years ago. And even though Harrison said he was dumping Lindsay several episodes ago. Whatever. Doesn't matter. Nothing matters. Tru strides off, and Luc chases after her. I've finally decided that Matthew Bomer (Luc) is indeed hot. I have no idea whether he can act because they don't actually ever give him anything to do.