"What's still in the computer?" Bella has just barged right into Will's room. Runs in the family. Will says it's nothing and asks why she's there. She says she needs his help. Will reluctantly asks her what's wrong. She says she'll tell him but first they have to get out of that room. They turn around and walk right into (cue the sounds of the angels on high, the tears of the Dueling Saint Clares wash over me and fill me with serenity, my male cats begin caressing each other in total love) Scout's pecs! I've named them Richard and Gertrude. Rich and Gerty are fresh from the shower and still dripping with soapy goodness. "You're...all wet," Bella smiles. Scout looks himself over, and is clearly struck with how defined his chest is. He asks what she's doing there. She slowly stammers out that she left something in another room, and she needs Will to go and get it for her because it's actually his. As they walk out of the room, Will doesn't miss his chance to touch naked wet Scout flesh. He pats him and walks off. Scout just keeps mouth-breathin'.
Cue the Steel Drums of Non-Gay Love. Pan down to Terri and Verve walking out of the dorm. As they're pushing her bike for some reason she says, "Don't drop my bag, Hammy," and he laughs. I don't know what that means. I guess because she's pushing the heavy bike? I don't know. Ryder and two cronies walk up. Ryder is actually smoking. There is a cigarette in his mouth and he's both inhaling and exhaling. I can't remember the last time I saw that on television. "I didn't know Batgirl had a sidekick," he says. "Puff away, Cancer Boy," is Verve's retort. "Huzzah!" come the cheers from sponsor thetruth.com. Ryder flicks his cigarette close to Verve and laughs. He walks closer and says, "You know, Ham, the backseat of a bike? It's called the bitch pad." He laughs and walks off. "I guess that's why your mother should be sitting on it," Verve says through a smile. Ryder starts to laugh, everyone laughs, there is laughing, Ryder stops laughing. He walks off and jokes with his cronies because we can all think of seven "your mother" jokes that would have been better than that one. Terri gets on the bike, hits the bitch pad and says, "Come on, Batgirl." They ride off.