These kids still don't have names. Verve and Terri. Good enough for me.
Will gets his student ID and acts like he was just knighted. He reads the school's coat of arms. "Veritas est virtus." Some kid goes, "Truth in virtue." Will corrects him with "Truth is virtue." "Whatever," the kid echoes all of our thoughts as he walks off. Extremely long extreme close-up on Will as the Latin truly soaks into his pained psyche.
Verve and Terri are walking through the school. Verve asks if Terri really hacked into NASA. She says that she did, but you can only stay in for thirty seconds. "That's so Wargames." They laugh. If these kids are fifteen, weren't they still fetuses when Wargames came out? Verve takes off Terri's baseball hat and says, "Cool cap." Terri fiddles with her hair as Verve puts the hat on. After a few moments of them walking and fiddling, Verve hands the hat back to Terri. "Smells good," Verve says, like he's confused. The True Romance music starts back up. "I didn't mean..." Verve begins. "It's okay," Terri interrupts, fixing her hat. He keeps trying to stammer an explanation, but Terri says, "It's cool."
Scout pedals up to Bella's gas station. She leans in and smirks. Smirk. Open mouth smirk. Eyebrow. Smirk. Genius! She walks up to him, drags her right hand across her vagina and says, "Hi." I don't know, she does, okay? She asks if he lives in a mansion "like the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air." He says it's more like Billy Madison. "Tell me you're kidding," she laughs. He asks if she can take a break. "I'm working." "I'll wait." "Give me a minute." I fall completely asleep.
Bella and Scout are riding his bike with Scout on the handlebars. His mouth is on her shoulder, then it isn't, then it is. Her hair is behind her shoulder, then it isn't, then it is. Ignore the bad edits. It's how I cope. Strummy guitar. Scout says he didn't want to go to Rawley because he thought his dad would force him to, but then he didn't, so Scout realized that Rawley was where he wanted to go. "Aw, you're such a rebel without a cause," Bella says for absolutely no reason at all. Bella realizes that Scout has quite a legacy in his family with Rawley. There's a hall named after his family. Scout asks if Bella works with her mom at the gas station. Bella says that her mom left ten years ago. It's just her, her dad and her sister that looks just like her mom. Scout asks if Bella is just like her dad. She goes into this long-winded, painfully obvious explanation about how her dad isn't really her real dad, but is her real dad as far as she's concerned, and as far as anyone knows. Her mother had a scandalous affair, but she's not supposed to know. Family secret. She says she doesn't talk about it with him because he doesn't want to "freak him out." Smirk. Smirk. "It's all so very twentieth-century."