Narrator: guess that's when it hit me. Winnie wasn't going to forgive me for the things I'd said. It could only mean one thing... she wanted me bad!
Narrator: At that moment, I found myself wishing it was possible to like two girls at the same time. Winnie would always be the love of my life, but that Becky was really somethin'. Sure, she had her flaws, but you know what? The girl had heart.
Becky: Of course, (smiles) I told Paul and Carla, and Kirk and Eric and Wendy and Cindy, and Kathy, well, Kathy Bedlow and Kathy Sifuentes, and Tony and Bob and Sheila, and Nancy and Tom and Beth and that whole group, and Rodney the janitor, and...
Narrator: My head started to spin with the implications of what Becky was saying. Suddenly, I felt really... really... sick.
Narrator: In junior high school there were days when you felt like nothing was worth getting out of bed for. But then, you remembered... you were going to see her... Your day was gonna have all these moments... moments that were full of... possibility. When you were sure that something - something... was going to happen. And then, there were the moments that made you really, really... nervous. I don't know why, but ever since I'd broken up with Becky Slater, I felt uneasy whenever I saw her and Winnie together. I started to think... a dumpee could really do a lot of damage to a dumpster.
Dan Lauria (Jack Arnold), Olivia d'Abo (Karen Arnold), and Jason Hervey (Wayne Arnold) don't appear in this episode, although they are featured in the credits. This marks the first episode of the series without Jack in it.
"My Girl" by The Temptations
"The Good, The Bad And The Ugly" by Hugo Montenegro
This episode includes the series own parody version of the famous scene from High Noon.