As Greg and Peter head off on their respective dates, Bobby dismisses the idea that kissing a girl is something he will ever want to do. He changes his mind after he is kissed by Cindy's friend Millicent, who does so to thank him for protecting her from bullies. After the act, he sees skyrockets, but doesn't want anyone to know either that he was kissed or that he enjoyed it. What Bobby is unaware of is that the kiss is witnessed by Cindy who has a penchant for blabbing. Bobby may have a bigger problem when after taking some advice from his father, Bobby ends up kissing Millicent just to see if what he felt the first time around about Millicent holds true. What Millicent tells him after the kiss is that she may be contagious with the mumps. She will know for sure if she does have the mumps after her visit to the doctor's tomorrow. Until then, Bobby tries to stay clear of everyone, or else fear having to tell them about how he may have contracted the mumps. Meanwhile, everyone in the ... Written by
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The music under Bobby's fantasy sequence about Millicent is the from Franco Zeffirelli's Romeo and Juliet
(1968). See more
When Mike is playing the ukulele, his left hand does not change positions with the chord changes in the music. See more
Thanks, Cindy. If you weren't a girl, I'd kiss you!
References Romeo and Juliet
Composed by James P. Johnson See more