The girls start to get annoyed with each other's personality quirks. Mrs. Garrett tell them they've paid off their damages to the school van, they decide to go their separate ways.
Edna's Edibles has been targeted with vandalism and Mrs. Garrett and the girls are scared. Streetwise Kelly alleges that the vandalism of Edna's Edibles was the work of a local gang but Jo decides to investigate and we quickly learn that Kelly made the gang up.
Natalie hits it off with Neil, a boy she meets at a school dance and they soon begin studying together. However, rumors are spread that Natalie and Neil did more than just study which leads to other boys requesting to study with Natalie. When Blair, Jo and Tootie laugh at the notion of Natalie being a sex symbol, Natalie soon begins doing all she can to encourage these rumors.moreless
The girls learn that Mrs. Garrett's old beau is in town and coming for a visit and they quickly realize how close the two of them are and immediately wonder why he doesn't propose marriage. The girls set out to get to the bottom of this.
Blair,Natalie and Tootie can't believe that Jo wants to become a nun and Blair accuses Meg of recruiting.However, the real reason why Blair can't accept Meg,comes to the surface when Jo and Meg begin talking about God which leads to violence between Jo and Blair.It seems Blair's attitude stems from events that happened years ago when her parents were divorced.moreless
Mrs.Garrett is surprised by a visit from her ex-husband,Robert,who wants the two of them to remarry.However,his gambling ways rub off on the girls who begin gambling on poker games and losing what little money they have.