Steven turns to Lloyd for love advice. He suggests that Steven needs to take initiative, so Steven invites Lizzie to the showing of American Pie (1999) on campus. Eric calls her but Steven answers and taunts Eric which makes Lizzie angry.

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Steven thinks that since he had sex with Lizzie, they are now a couple. Lloyd explains that the sex was just typical, casual sex, but Steven is convinced that Lloyd is wrong. Steven finds out that Lloyd was correct, and that Lizzie already has a boyfriend, Eric. Steven tries to win her over by spending time with her. He invites her to a viewing of American Pie (1999) on campus. After Lizzie gets into an argument on the phone with Eric, she walks away to find a bathroom. Eric calls back, and Steven answers the phone, antagonizing Eric. Written by Tim Von Cloedt

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8 January 2002 (USA)  »

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Ted Nugent guest-starred, but his scenes were cut for time. See more »

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Rachel Lindquist: [gives advice to Steven about Lizzie] All women *are* crazy. That's why I don't have any friends that are girls. Because they're crazy!
Marshall Nesbitt: Don't say that, because some girls are really great.
Rachel Lindquist: You are gonna be in hell.
Marshall Nesbitt: Maybe you like hell, right?
Steven Karp: [Lizzie approaches] Actually, guys, be quiet, because she's actually . . . here she comes.
Rachel Lindquist: I've lived with her for one day, and I can already tell she's *crazy*. Have you seen her screensaver? It's a picture of her boyfriend's head.
Marshall Nesbitt: And one day, it's gonna ...
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