As it turns out Larissa, the kleptomaniac, has stolen an entire outfit and wants Carrie to meet her that evening, so Carrie can meet Larissa’s friends. Larissa will meet Carrie at 7 at Indochine. BUT WHAT ABOUT THE SCHOOL DANCE!?!?!? Whatever will Carrie choose????
Back at the Law Office, Carrie immediately gets on the phone to call Mouse- she’s really taking this whole “no personal calls” thing seriously.
F*CK!!! Why hasn’t the cellphone been invented yet?!?!?!
Mouse informs Carrie that Sebastian called Mouse to get Carrie’s number so he could ask her to the dance. The dance is THAT night. Nice job waiting until the last possible second, Sebastian. Not to mention that no man has ever used a phone book, much less called some friend of a girl (who he doesn’t even know) to get some other girls phone number!! Men, simply aren’t that resourceful. More likely: “I didn’t have your phone number.”
LOOK! Mouse talking on a Mouse!
Mouse has given Carrie’s phone number to Sebastian. Carrie calls home to check the machine- trying to intercept the message. But The Dorrit, that little scamp, has taken the phone off the hook and is seen sneaking out of the house.
Crabby McCrabberson brings Carrie a poofy pink dress and says “This came for you. I see you could buy a dress but not stockings.” That’s way harsh, Crabby.
This came for you…I think it’s from Ducky Dale
Carrie looks at the note- the dress is from Klepto Larissa:
Carrie tells Crabby that the dress is from her father- and it’s for a school dance. Crabby says “It looks like a dress that singer would wear- the one that takes the Lord’s name in vain!!” Hahaha, good one Crabby, you should see her now. Crabby explains that she has to go pick up her rotten kids so Carrie is going to have to take a cab to the train station. Convenient, plot point.
Isn’t that convEEEEEnient??
Carrie takes a cab alright… but not to the train station.
Catching a cab to my future…
Instead Carrie heads to Indochine to meet the Klepto.
Total Awesomeness here I come!!
At Indochine, Larissa introduces Carrie to “everyone” including most of the cast of Growing Pains.
These are my buddies, Mike Seaver and Boner
No more yankie my wankie…
Carrie can’t help but notice, they are all artists and this is such a stark contrast to her life. Duh. They are also, like, 15 years older than you.