Scout doesn't stay upset for very long and goes right to the can of whipped cream. As he fills his mouth, Paige knocks on the door. Will the comedy ever cease, people? I can hardly catch my breath. From the massive projectile vomiting. He unlocks the door and lets Paige in. "So you do work here?" She seems amazed. She calls it "charmingly eccentric." I think we're supposed to hate Paige, but she's really too bland to evoke any sort of emotion. "Am I too late for a quickie?" she asks Scout. Scout gets all shocked with cream on his face and I just have to look down because the horrible, horrible scene on my television is making my stomach heave. "A burger," she of course clarifies, and then wipes the cream off his chin with one finger. He says she's not "too late...for a quickie." Paige then slowly puts her finger in her mouth and sucks the cream off the tip. Good Lord, people. What the hell is this crap? Scout smiles through his "motivation."
Finn and MamaVerve walk through some park thing. She says that she can't teach that class with him. He asks if it's because she wants to stay away from him. She says it's because she doesn't want to stay away from him. She asks if it's clear. Finn tries to get all poet on her ass, but he's all squinty and speaking in fragments, and I really don't understand what he's saying. Clearly she doesn't either, because she says, "Yeah," like he asked a question, and then walks off.
Cue the British Aussie. Gregor Ryder walks into the dorm lounge area with a video camera up to his face. He announces that he's making a documentary about the freshmen of Rawley. He says that he's looking for "the hawpes, the feeeiahs, the dweeams of some of our fweshmen." The Gregor Cam is crazy-annoying to look through. Will just keeps shaking his head and reading his magazine. Gregor-Ryder decides to start with some boy that looks like Jason Biggs. "Tell us, child, what iz your name?" Gregor-Ryder asks. The accent must be infectious, because it develops in this boy before he finishes his sentence.