Jermaine: Uhh, about my first love?
Jermaine: That'd be Kim. Don't tell anybody.
Dylan: (to Ash) I guess I can deal with losing my girlfriend, but I can't deal with losing my friend too.
Ash: (to Dylan) I'm really sorry about what I did. But, do we have to lose everything?
Ash: Because of him [Dylan], I tried things I never would have on my own. He helped me make a whole new life. He's the best friend I ever had.
Benny: Well, there's some people that can meet in high school that can stay together forever, I mean, look at Romeo and Juliet.
Kim: They died!
Benny: OK, bad example.
Ash: I'm not going. I may never go back to school. I might...take a year or two and...travel! I'll take a semester abroad.
Emily Gordon: Oh, that's an option--in college, not high school.
Despite his assertion that an 800 was a perfect score, the SAT's had been recentered in 1996 and while 800 (1600 on the SAT) remained the top score, it no longer guaranteed perfection. On the old, uninflated scale a score from a 1490 to 1600 could result in a 1600 on the new, inflated scale. So Jermaine's score under the uninflated system might have been as low as 750 or 745. Or it could have bee a true 800.
Jermaine says that he scored a perfect 800 on his PSAT (Pre-Scholastic Aptitude Test).
"Deadman" by The Dingees
"You Are Me" by Elephant Band
"S Is for Susan" by Park
"The Closest Thing" by the Juliana Theory
This episode premiered Wednesday, July 24 on the Fox Kids network in Australia.
"Yearbook" was an early working title for Just Deal.
Mandy: This isn't Behind the Music!
Behind the Music is a series of documentaries that have aired on the cable music channel VH1 since 1997. Made with the cooperation of those profiled, it takes a look at the careers of pop singers, rock groups and other musicians. Almost all of the installments feature up-and-down stories of huge career successes followed by hard times (frequently the result of drug use) and career rebuilding.