Miss Roberta 'Bobbi' Glass: Can you repeat exactly what you said to Miss Esposito this morning?
Josh Ford: I said 'damn. Where you been hiding those.'
Miss Roberta 'Bobbi' Glass: I see. Miss Esposito, how did you feel when he said that?
Lily Esposito: I felt... trashy. Dirty. I didn't like it.
Josh Ford: Look, I didn't say anything bad, I gave her a compliment. Something that would make any normal girl feel good about herself.
Miss Roberta 'Bobbi' Glass: Pretend Miss Esposito is your mother going out. Go ahead. Say something to make her feel good about herself.
Josh Ford: [silent]
Lily Esposito: Someone getting an epiphany?
Harrison John: Describe what you would want Miss McPherson to wear on this date.
Harrison John: Fine, I know what you want me to say, you're right. A nice dress, a little cleavage... some leg.
Miss Roberta 'Bobbi' Glass: Now imagine your little sister in her place. An innocent, a baby you held in your hands. How would you feel if she went on a date dressed as you described what you wanted Miss McPherson to wear?
Lily Esposito: [wearing uncharacteristic bare-backed strappy dress, admiring herself in the mirror] Oh. It's too much, isn't it?
Carmen Ferrara: I've just never seen a handkerchief doubling as a blouse before.
Lily Esposito: Come on, this is less revealing than what, like, 98% of girls on television wear.
Miss Roberta 'Bobbi' Glass: Since each one of you budding Emily Parsons has proclaimed your innocence louder than a Jerry Bruckheimer summer demolition derby, I've decided an exam is in order. Number one, are you guilty of sexual harassment?
[Mary Cherry raises her hand eagerly]
Miss Roberta 'Bobbi' Glass: I see. Have you ever touched a boy against his wishes?
[the others scoff, Mary Cherry again is eager to respond affirmative]
Miss Roberta 'Bobbi' Glass: All righty then. Have you ever purposedly exposed yourself to a boy?
[the others snicker, Mary Cherry raises her hand somewhat shyly, grinning mischievously]
Miss Roberta 'Bobbi' Glass: There are clinics for people like you, Cherry.