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Kim gets escorted out the front door, where she runs into a drunk-looking Logan, who's in "exile from [BMS]-land" because he forgot to pick up the "leaf-shaped hors d'oeuvres platters." If that buys you exile, I'm surprised that Kim's combo of crashing the party and wearing her "I Got You Babe" outfit didn't result in summary execution. Logan says he's tired of BMS's shit, as Kim lends a faux-sympathetic ear and convinces Logan to spill his guts about BMS. Kim promises that what he tells her will stay just between them. I didn't know superheroes went around lying like that. Well, except for Clark Kent.
Tabloid headline about Logan spilling his guts. Montage of kids reading the story aloud, which outs BMS's addiction to buying clothes at some discount store. The montage is cut with some shots of Kim and Logan in BMS's basement. The front of the tabloid has a shot of BMS with Photoshopped metalhead hair, which is somewhat amusing. It still beats the bangs, though. Keri congratulates Kim as BMS rushes into the cafeteria and freaks that Mokthar, Esmeralda, and some other geek are sitting at her table. They show her a copy of the Tattler, causing her to slap Logan and rush off. Bitchony and Bitchory are concerned at this development, while Keri shows signs of the raging annoyance she will soon become. Signs other than her voice and personality, that is.
The tabloid is a big hit at school, and Peg observes this as she pulls up to drop Kim off. Peg notes that Kim told her the school paper was shut down, and Kim hems and haws over some story about the kids reading The Wall Street Journal. Peg, you know, I'm sure you don't want to show off those crack investigative skills too much, but you don't have to be on the level of Woodward and Bernstein to know that the Journal DOESN'T HAVE COLOR PICTURES. Peg does notice, however, that that "cute boy" is staring at Kim, like, down, Peg. Kim rushes over to Teddy, who asks what happened to her at BMS's party. Kim covers with one of her less egregiously-executed lies, and Teddy sort of charmingly asks her out on a date. Kim dorks out again, and Teddy goes off, happy that he managed to out-act the tree he was leaning on for the bulk of that scene. When he's gone, Logan tries to fill the void that the de-gayification of Brett left by shrieking at Kim that she promised she wouldn't tell everyone about BMS. He talks himself in circles for a while, and somewhere in there might possibly threaten to expose them, if you take the time to really listen to what he's saying. Sometimes the jokes really come naturally, you know?