Lily speaks before a class of young children telling them of her heinous story, one about freeing a lobster from a restaurant the owner wanting her to pay what he paid for it. She goes to pick little Eddie up, the name she has given the lobster only to find that Mary Cherry is devouring him. Ms. Glass hands back the classes reports on Natural Selection, much to Sam's dismay Brooke receives an A. Lily receives an F on her report Mary Cherry must die, who is sitting next to her telling her that Lil Eddie's sister Lil Babe will soon be in her stomach as well. Sam finds out that the only reason Brooke got a better grade on her paper was because her's was packaged better, Ms. Glass giving her a lesson on natural selection, only the pretty survive. Principal Hall introduces Harrison to Esquist the new foreign exchange student, knowing Chinese, having him show her around. In the Novack Sam decides to change her hair colour to blonde after what Ms. Glass had said to her. Brooke always wins, ...
Did You Know?
Tamara Mello (Lily) and Leslie Grossman (Mary Cherry) became good friends and asked Ryan Murphy if they could have more scenes together. In addition, someone pointed out to Murphy that most of the popular clique was blonde and the unpopular kids were brunette. Murphy said this was completely coincidental, but the observation inspired this episode. See more
Principal Calvin Krupps
Next up, for the Browns, Ms. Brooke McQueen.
A cheerleader, a homecoming queen, but all that may end now that Brooke is a brunette. A strike is unlikely based on her thin, delicate wrists,
[Brooke looks marvelous in a tight, clingy see-through dress
but if that goal is miraculously attained, Brooke would tie her team with the Blondes.
[Brooke displays magnificent form, and scores a perfect strike
And we have a tie with two left to bowl.
References The Prince of Tides