Extra! Extra! This Movie Sucks!
Keri watches the queens dance. It doesn't merit its own scene, but it is easy to recap.
Kim babbles that she didn't expect to see a "rebel" like Teddy at BMS's party. Teddy says it's a long story, or a long lie, and then says it's not important. Way to salvage that at bat from oh-and-two there, slugger. He then tells her that he's happy to spend his FRIDAY NIGHT, like, nice invitations, Props Department, with Kim. Kim dorks out and scratches her head, and maybe her social standing would improve if she got hold of a bottle of Kwell. Teddy goes on to imply that he's seen his dad use ice cream as a sex toy with girls who are only slightly older than he is, and I'm glad this is on the Family Channel so all the twelve-year-olds watching this can turn directly to their parents and ask what exactly Teddy's talking about. Kim tells Teddy that he doesn't seem like this "boy toy on the make" like everyone says. Teddy, puzzled, asks who says that, like all the lewd comments TO HIS FACE haven't been enough of a clue. Kim tells him that everyone does, and then someone barrels by and pushes her into his arms. Teddy smiles big, which is both the most aesthetically pleasing thing and the best bit of acting he's done so far. Kim mentions The Breakfast Club, and Teddy is amazed that she likes that movie as well, as if it wasn't one of the biggest pop-culture phenomena of its decade. Hey, Teddy? She also likes Star Wars, but don't let that get out -- you don't want people thinking your girl is into anything too obscure. BMS spots Teddy and Kim as Teddy asks what Kim is doing at this party. It hardly seems fair that he ask her that, considering the lame story he told when she asked him the same question, but it has been about three minutes since we had a reminder of Kim's Wrong Side Of The Hall status. Kim stalls by sending Teddy for drinks, which is BMS's cue to rush over and have Kim escorted from the premises. Kim protests the manhandling, saying that the guys are looking at sensitivity training. Quarterback Guy says he's already been twice, which is a couple minutes early for the second mildly funny joke. Teddy turns back from the drinks table to see that Kim's gone. My closed-captioning says "Gears Grinding," but they seem to have dubbed that part out.