While heading to work, Lauren's car breaks downs. She gets so frustrated with it that she starts jumping up and down on it and smashing the windows with a baseball bat. Suddenly, an old student of hers appears named Daniel Evans who thanks her for changing his life. He shows her a history text book he has written and she is very impressed. He asks her out for a drink, and she immediately says yes. After, they head to her place and have a night of passion. The next day she tells Marilyn, who finds it a little immoral. Lauren cannot get past how great the sex was. Lauren admits she finds it a total turn on when Daniel calls her Ms. Davis.
Marilyn is dealing with a boy named Jeremy who throws up after an anxiety attack related to his mom not being able to accept his mark of a B+. He goes to the nurse, where Marilyn notices a huge bruise on him. He says he got it playing basketball. When Jeremy's mom shows up, she says he must of got it on his scooter. Marilyn suspects abuse. Lisa Grier tells Marilyn she saw Jeremy's mother drag him away one day, as he screamed out WHORE to her. Jeremy's mother ends up hearing it all and telling Lisa the only whore their was her. Marilyn calls social services. Jeremy's mom throws a fit. Marilyn warns her that even if social services don't find anything she'll be watching her.
Meanwhile, a girl shows up to Mr. Harper's offices crying that Anthony Ward threatened her when she rejected him for prom. She heard that he had a hit list and worries for her life. The girl says that when he left, he said she's regret turning him down. Anthony says that he just wanted didn't want to sound like a reject, so he felt like he had the upper hand. Gubber sympathizes with him, and asks Harry Senate to talk to Anthony. Senate reminds Anthony that if he's not careful, he'll end up in jail, because no one wants another colubine.
The threatened girls father is outraged when he finds out no punishment has been given to Anthony. He goes to the superintended, who feels he should be expelled. The board holds a meeting with the principle, vice principle, parents of Anthony and the girl, both kids and the super intendant. Anthony begs to stay at Winslow high, saying he shouldn't be punished for his thoughts. intendant and Harper argue his case, but lose to the superintendents "opportunity transfer", which is a non-record blemishing expulsion.
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