Finn sits at his desk and thinks. Thinks. He thinks some more. He does a tiny spinny on his chair and thinks. Still too dark to read the quote behind him, though. He stands up, removes his glasses, and leans forward to look out the window. MamaVerve and Verve are playing with some dogs in the grass. Finn watches all creepy and has his own Harrison Ford moment.
Teleportation. Finn walks up to MamaVerve and says that he talked to Will about the tape and found out that Will was trying to protect some people and wasn't stealing. She asks if he's sure. He says he is. She asks what was on the tape. He says it's nothing important. She thanks him for taking care of the situation. I fall asleep. Finn also says that she doesn't have to worry about him and "that" anymore. No more groping. They sniff a couple of times. "Oh," she says, "okay." Her head wobbles like a dashboard doggie. They smile and look down. MamaVerve says that she's got a family to go feed. As she turns to go, Finn reaches into MamaVerve's blouse, pulls out her Scarlet A and rubs his sweat all over it. The oboe embraces Finn as he stands alone.
Oh, man. It's just not over. This show is never over. Scout sits on a boat under a tree. Paige sits down next to him. It's raining, by the way, because that's the law. She says that she's having a party with her parents on their boat this weekend and wanted him to come. He says he thinks that he's got a meet that weekend. She tells him that she likes him and that she's always liked him. He gets all nervous and breathes through his nose. He thanks her. She says she doesn't want to waste anyone's time and wants to know if he's just not interested. He says that it's not her. She says she thinks he's about to "blow a really good thing." He says he knows that. She asks if it's a chemistry thing or a timing thing or if there's someone else. He says it's not about her and that it's "kind of a timing thing." She says that was much easier than "a bunch of bad dates that ultimately lead to nowhere." "You're pretty cool, Paige," he smiles. "Yeah. I know." She kisses his cheek and walks off into the rain. Scout takes a moment to look off into the distance. Nostril flare.
Show ain't over yet, people.
Lena busts in on Terri's room. She says that she's going back to Los Angeles but she wanted to thank Terri for a good time and to tell her that she's transferring to Rawley School for Girls in the fall. Terri thanks her and says that it's great news. As Lena goes on and on about how she hopes that they will stay friends and that Terri will remember her when she gets there, she leans in closer and closer to Terri. Instead of backing away, Terri acts like she was trapped into a kiss. She pushes Lena away and says that she's sorry, it's not her, it's her, but she's in love with someone else. She says that she's really impressed that Lena had the courage to do that. Lena says that Verve was right, and that he said it wasn't going to work. "I think he was jealous." "I guess he likes you," Terri says. "No," Lena says, "I think he likes you." Steel Drums of Non-Gay Love. "What?" Terri asks as she follows Lena out the door. All of the boys are just standing around outside Terri's door and begin cheering and hollering because Terri was in the room with a girl alone for two minutes and that means they must have fucked. Terri gives a little hang-loose sign as Verve walks up and asks what the commotion is for. Someone tells Verve that Terri totally banged that chick, dude. Terri walks up to Verve and says that it wasn't what it looked like. Verve says, "Yeah, right," and they give each other some skin. Terri watches Verve walk out as the boys continue making noises.