Cut to the old and lonely- Dan is “stretching” in preparation for a Racquet Ball game with Harlan. A gorgeous, shapely Aerobics instructor comes over to help him stretch.
I like long walks on the beach and playing the skin flute
She tells him that she should take her Aerobic’s Class. Oh yeah, he’d blend. She wants to give him her schedule, so she takes him into her office and instead of handing him a schedule, she gobbles his knob.
Puts a new spin on “feeling the burn,” doesn’t it?
Speaking of things that are hard to believe, Carrie and Sebastian are making out at the diner. Sebastian wants to get Carrie home so Dad won’t be mad. Again, Sebastian offers Carrie his jacket. But Carrie says she has her own. Seems like this jacket thing is making her uncomfortable. Cut to Carrie crying at home (with Mouse)-while hugging a giant, fuzzy weenus.
Sebastian keeps trying to give her his coat, he has a house account set up for her at the Diner, he’s giving her chocolates- filled with Marshmallows- and they have a super-couple nickname… it’s all too much, and she’s scared. Carie is worried that Sebastian won’t love the over-analytical Carrie. Mouse thinks that Carrie is worrying too much and over-thinking things. Sebastian makes Carrie feel fragile- and Carrie questions if she can handle love? Mouse tells her to just “keep it light,” which Carrie is like- Duh- have you met me? (another phrase that didn’t exist in the 80’s). Besides, Mouse has more important things to do- beating West at the Rubiks Cube and thus proving that she is the smartest nerd in Castlebury.
Sebastian meets Carrie at her locker, and Carrie laments the loss of her time in Manhattan. Sebastian asks Carrie out, but Carrie has to take The Dorrit to the Library, because The Dorrit has to do a research paper. Plus, Carrie is trying to be light and tells him that they should play it by ear- and she will see him when she sees him. Sebastian is like “Who are you and what have you done with Carrie?”
Mouse, it seems, is doing some extra credit for a teacher. It entails filing some papers. Of course, this enables Mouse to look up West’s student file… and in this file, Mouse learns West is #1 in the class. Mouse is #2.
Haven’t we snooped in enough files this season
Ugh this storyline is so ridiculous. Next thing you know Mouse will conspire with Steve Sanders to break into the school and get Herbert to change grades.
Sure, we’ll just use “the legacy key.”
Later, Mouse complains to Carrie that West takes his math classes at the college- he’s ABOVE AP Calculus. Carrie admonishes Mouse for snooping… but they are interrupted by Donna and Walt making out in the hallway.