That steel drum is killing me, people. Verve is giving Terri the lowdown about the "total miscommunication between guys and girls." It's a bunch of crap about how when a girl says something about liking someone or asks how the relationship is going, she's saying that she's in love and wants to get married. But when a guy says something like that, it means, "I want to have sex with you." They are bugging the roof of a building to get a better network connection. That's how they explained it. Apparently this small black box with a red button will "be totally faster than 64K." During this conversation, Verve whips out his penis and pees on a wall. Terri acts shocked, and then curious, and totally watches Verve pee as he talks about other sentences that say one thing, but mean, "I want to have sex with you." Verve now looks completely like Robby Benson, and Terri looks like Alicia Silverstone with short, black hair. Verve totally catches Terri looking at his penis, but doesn't say anything. Instead, they lean in towards each other to say in unison on the last punchline, "I want to have sex with you," and then Terri leans in even further and starts kissing Verve. She backs off, says, "Ooh!" like she forgot she was dressed as a boy, and then begins apologizing profusely, getting all uncomfortable and backing away. Verve wipes his lips. Terri smiles and apologizes again. Then she's suddenly scared and says, "Oh, God, I'm sorry," and runs off. Okay, this was where I was going to put in the Boys Don't Cry joke, but I can't figure out why I keep having to hear steel drums whenever those two are together, and I don't know why she thinks this is so funny. Close up on Verve rocking back and forth and looking around like Rain Man.
Will rows. Overhead shot of rowing. I'm sure there's some sort of homoerotic thing here, too, but I'm becoming desensitized.
Will sees Scout sitting in a chair in some room with good lighting. He walks over and apologizes for not trusting him the night before. Will says, "I've always wanted to be here. This school. Rawley. Be one of you. For you guys, anything is possible." Scout asks if Finn said anything else. Will says the ball is in his court. "I don't belong here. I wish I did, but..." "Will," Scout interrupts, "nobody belongs anywhere. It's in your head." Oh, Lord. He tells Will that his grades were good enough for the scholarship, he just has to believe that he was good enough to get in without cheating. Will says he doesn't think he's good enough. Scout says he thinks he is. They lean in close, and the sparkle of each other's eyes is just blinding. Will rocks a little and thinks.