Time for Will's final thought. We watch Bella, Scout and Will sit at a table at Friendly's. They are, of course, the only people there. They eat ice cream sundaes because that's all you did on Sundays in 1957. "I wonder. If one day when you look back on your life, you'll see it's not always about the big picture. It's really all about the moments. And maybe one day you'll think back and you'll string all those moments together and then you'll realize when you add them all up? Your life is more meaningful than you could have dreamed." Daniel Stern calls me up and demands to know who stole the trashcan from The Wonder Years. "We called it 'shit' for a reason, Pamie," he growls. Pan back to the three kids flinging ice cream at each other as we fade to black. I wish all three of them would just start dating. It would make things easier.
Next week: Bella declares that she and Scout can't see each other anymore. That's because she's mugging on some Sean. "What are you, her brother?" Sean yells in Scout's ear. Hee. Minority alert! They let an Asian girl on the set! She tells Scout she wants to lose her virginity to him. She's twenty-nine years old. She then shoves her tongue down his mouth as the announcer says the words "Coca-Cola." For some reason, after two weeks of this show, whenever someone asks if I want a Coke, I get horny and then filled with shame. I'm a dirty, dirty girl.