Gil is staring across the room intensively, trying to remember who this blonde woman is and why she is in his house.
After being told in P1 by a student just what they will be doing in practices this week, Kaz goes home and phones Gil to let him know that they won the game. Gil asks whether they have any more games remaining, Kaz says “Yeah, probably”, and Gil asks whether Kaz knows where Mimi and the softball team went and whether they will be back before summer.
“Claim that on account of your visual disability you should be allowed to play on a team that uses a larger ball. Then, when you’re made a member of Coach Mimi’s softball squad, you will disappear from the strip entirely! And since your Dad will go with you, that solves his problem too!”
But how do they know that it belonged to K. Smithers, unless it has her name in it? So when the school janitor, or whoever, turned the blazer into Lost & Found, the person running it should just have looked inside, seen the name, and notified K. Smithers that they had her blazer.
Why was that blazer in “lost property” if they knew just who it belonged to? They should have given it to K. Smithers right away, before she left for wherever she went.
In the corner of P3 we see Mr. Hammm hiding in the bushes. Great Ninja garb, sir!
Didn’t he say that one eye was totally useless, and he had limited vision in the other? So he’s blind on one side (as the opposing batters will quickly figure out).
Not until Gregg Hamm’s Dadd is discovered and sent to Gitmo for that propaganda pamphlet he ghost-wrote back in 1987!
P2 shows us the game as Greggg Hammm sees it.
I suspect the lengths of these way-high miniskirts is a violation of the school dress code. Just another rule that this clique feels they’re entitled to break. Old Shakey (whoever that is) has apparently given up trying to make them toe the line.