What a tangled-ass web we weave, when first we practice to deceive. ("Marmion" a la Zeke) Once again, Valentine's Day is coming; this year, Linda has a plan. Tina needs a tutor to avoid Remedial Math and asks Darryl for help. He pines for Rosa Batista, but believes the 8th grader is out of his league. Darryl gets a light bulb: the Double Nerd Angle: a correlation exists between Wagstaff's 7th-8th Grade Valentine's Day "Cupid's Couple" Dance and cross-grade dating. Darryl does the math: a negative times a negative equals a positive ...and a $50 Fro-Yo Momma gift certificate to pay bribes. Tina cannot tell a lie, but she has thought about boys and relationships a lot, lot, lot. When Cupid's Couple finally try their Wings, will it be Silly Little Love Songs... or Man on the Run? Written by
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