Besides struggling with his studies, Tommy auditions for the University marching band. He finds, however, that they take their band *very* seriously and drumming with them isn't as easy as in a rock band.
Tommy's autobiography is discussed at English Class. To let steam off, Tommy hangs with frat boys and when getting into a fraternity proves too hard, he gets a brilliant idea: he's going to start a fraternity of his own!
Tommy takes part in a debate. On a Chemistry lecture, Tommy finds a study buddy near whom he can't concentrate. Tommy spices up the House of Lee poker night by phoning celebrities. A prank gets Tommy in trouble.